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To zoom in, click on the image or on a 'Zoom level'. -- map overlay Nephrops norvegicus 36.8°N 7.77°W -- Click to see record BOLD__FCDOP095_07. Nephrops norvegicus 42.8°N 12.8°E -- Click to see record BOLD__CBCC016_10. Nephrops norvegicus 39.7°N 9.39°W -- Click to see record BOLD__FCDOP081_07. Nephrops norvegicus 56.12134310114584°N 2.930584916904402°W -- Click to see record GBIF146461809. Nephrops norvegicus 42.75369°N 4.52522°E -- Click to see record GBIF660617984. Nephrops norvegicus 56.8592°N 12.1488°E -- Click to see record GBIF7383434. Nephrops norvegicus 42.8°N 12.8°E -- Click to see record GBIF698923683. Nephrops norvegicus 52.5°N 5.8°E -- Click to see record GBIF187627745. Nephrops norvegicus 51°N 9°E -- Click to see record GBIF209459159. Nephrops norvegicus 37.71°N 24.06°E -- Click to see record GBIF115655221. Nephrops norvegicus 27°N 30°E -- Click to see record GBIF251640344. Nephrops norvegicus 53.2709379100°N 9.7469315600°W -- Click to see record GBIF473988304. Nephrops norvegicus 34°N 9°E -- Click to see record GBIF144038788. Nephrops norvegicus 63.3°N 13.3°E -- Click to see record GBIF80055946. Nephrops norvegicus 63.81137°N 26.673784°W -- Click to see record GBIF22227982. Nephrops norvegicus 32.79139°N 9.814977°W -- Click to see record GBIF22228030. Nephrops norvegicus 74.649086°N 17.233143°E -- Click to see record GBIF22228076. Nephrops norvegicus 32°N 5°W -- Click to see record GBIF187627960. Nephrops norvegicus 58.345806742°N 11.5849569409°E -- Click to see record INAT10487009. Nephrops norvegicus 54.39917°N 5.62783°W -- Click to see record INAT5616121.
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Nephrops norvegicus @ BOLD (11); Global Biodiversity Information Facility (1480) [HMAP-History pf Marine Animal Populations (CoML) (426); Joint Nature Conservation Committee - Marine Nature Conservation Review (MNCR) and associated benthic marine data held and managed by JNCC (213); Scottish Natural Heritage - Marine Nature Conservation Review (MNCR) and associated benthic marine data held and managed by Scottish Natural Heritage (189); Marine Conservation Society - Seasearch Marine Surveys (130); Centre for Environmental Data and Recording - Marine Data from Northern Ireland (97); Marine Biological Association - Marine survey data (Professional) held by MarLIN. (50); National Institute of Marine Sciences and Technologies - Trawl Surveys (AfrOBIS) (46); Collection Crustacea SMF (44); Artdata (41); University Marine Biological Station Millport - 1995 EC Study Contract Clyde Sea Nephrops Stock Assessment Study (39); Marine species distributions in Irish coastal waters (28); Joint Nature Conservation Committee - Marine benthic dataset (version 1) commissioned by UKOOA (25); Abundance of benthic infauna in surface sediments from the North Sea sampled during cruise Cirolana00/5 (23); NMNH Invertebrate Zoology Collections (23); Histroical benthic dredge samples from the southern baltic and the North Sea (EurOBIS) (20); MedOBIS (EurOBIS) (15); Abundance of benthic infauna in surface sediments from the North Sea sampled during cruise Tridens00/5 (14); Marine Biological Association - Marine Life Survey Data (collected by volunteers) collated by MarLIN (13); University Marine Biological Station Millport - 1999-2009 UMBSM Clyde Sea Fairlie Channel Beam Trawl Survey (13); BioMar - LIFE project (12); Marine Biological Association - DASSH Data Archive Centre Academic surveys (10); Inventaire National du Patrimoine Naturel (I085) : Crustacés Décapodes de France (10); Abundance of benthic infauna in surface sediments from the North Sea sampled during two Michael Sars cruises in 2000 (10); Institut d'Ecologia Litoral: IEL_Arthro (9); Naturalis National Natural History Museum (NL) — Crustacea_Decapoda (8); Abundance of benthic infauna in surface sediments from the North Sea sampled during Walther Herwig cruise WH220 (8); A comparison of benthic biodiversity in the North Sea, English Channel and Celtic Seas (EurOBIS) (7); Natural History Museum Rotterdam (7); RBINS collections (7); Generalitat Valenciana. Banco de Datos de la Biodiversidad de la Comunitat Valenciana (7); Taxonomic Information Sytem for the Belgian coastal area (EurOBIS) (6); Crustacea ZMK (5); Insecta ZMK (5); Zoology (Museum of Evolution - Uppsala) (4); Benthos counted on dredged samples during Valdivia cruise VA53 (4); Countryside Council for Wales - Marine data from Countryside Council for Wales (CCW) Technical Support (Research & Monitoring) Contracts, Wales (4); Collection Crustacea - ZMB (3); Zoological Museum Amsterdam, University of Amsterdam (NL) — Benthos monitoring of the North Sea_ research database (2); Benthos counted on dredged samples during Valdivia cruise VA44 (2); Abundance of benthic infauna in surface sediments from the North Sea sampled during cruise Dana00/5 (2); Peabody Invertebrate Zoology DiGIR Service (2); Historical hyperbenthos data (1987-2001) from the North Sea and some adjacent areas (EurOBIS) (2); Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University (2); BioMar (EurOBIS) (1); Lund Museum of Zoology (MZLU) (1); Countryside Council for Wales - Pembrokeshire Marine Species Atlas (1); Artenvielfalt der Nordsee - Helgoland (1); Environmental Records Information Centre North East - ERIC North East non-sensitive species records (1); Marine Benthic Fauna List, Island of L�s�, Denmark (1); Invertebrates (GBIF-SE:SMNH) (1); invertebratezoology (1); Gesamtartenliste Bremerhaven, Helgoland und Sylt (1); Abundance of benthic infauna in surface sediments from the North Sea sampled during cruise DeHolland1986 (1) accessed through the GBIF Data Portal. Each record tells when. See dataset links for citations & terms of use.]; iNaturalist (2)