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The first documented record of the non-native spionid Boccardia proboscidea in UK waters

  • Josh Hatton (a1) and Bryony Pearce (a2)
Abstract

Boccardia proboscidea is recorded for the first time in UK waters. Specimens were discovered at two intertidal sites on the Isle of Skye.

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Correspondence should be addressed to: J. Hatton, Marine Ecological Surveys Ltd, 24a Monmouth Place, Bath, BA1 2AY, email: josh@seasurvey.co.uk
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