Map of Cancer pagurus.
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To zoom in, click on the image or on a 'Zoom level'. -- map overlay Cancer pagurus 54.2°N 3.38°W -- Click to see record BOLD__JSDUK010_08. Cancer pagurus 54.09769241078517°N 0.10280305503257928°W -- Click to see record GBIF146054758. Cancer pagurus 49.425°N 0.291669°W -- Click to see record GBIF324306788. Cancer pagurus 51.8365632100°N 10.4058760700°W -- Click to see record GBIF701031237. Cancer pagurus 56.8592°N 12.1488°E -- Click to see record GBIF7195036. Cancer pagurus 54.3219732000°N 9.5688112000°W -- Click to see record GBIF474013434. Cancer pagurus 44.66337°N 1.22793°W -- Click to see record GBIF660589041. Cancer pagurus 74.649086°N 17.233143°E -- Click to see record GBIF22194962. Cancer pagurus 51°N 9°E -- Click to see record GBIF416034067. Cancer pagurus 38.023605°N 15.092304°E -- Click to see record GBIF22194891. Cancer pagurus 54.1475°N 54.149°E -- Click to see record GBIF620782868. Cancer pagurus 70.03200900°N 18.56401200°E -- Click to see record GBIF683448220. Cancer pagurus 38.307648°N 10.933947°W -- Click to see record GBIF22195017. Cancer pagurus 67.22036800°N 14.40155400°E -- Click to see record GBIF682599035. Cancer pagurus 46°N 20°W -- Click to see record GBIF22194206. Cancer pagurus 49.6557267756°N 1.2380538695°W -- Click to see record INAT28125179. Cancer pagurus 53.1566007533°N 9.0734438362°W -- Click to see record INAT29174936. Cancer pagurus 63.6494899979°N 9.5653152466°E -- Click to see record INAT7740104. Cancer pagurus 60.956369°N 5.130768°E -- Click to see record INAT1681578. Cancer pagurus 58.3623861359°N 11.6021154767°E -- Click to see record INAT28627232. Cancer pagurus 43.3431063227°N 8.3840360606°W -- Click to see record INAT33519201. Cancer pagurus 70.6978443596°N 22.2212219238°E -- Click to see record INAT4990080. Cancer pagurus 64.1643398405°N 21.8481706024°W -- Click to see record INAT26294865. Cancer pagurus 50.1°N 4.9°W -- Click to see record I_MWS74639. Cancer pagurus 54.2°N 0.3°W -- Click to see record I_MWS77503.
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Cancer pagurus @ BOLD (2); Global Biodiversity Information Facility (14595) [Marine Conservation Society - Seasearch Marine Surveys (6652); Joint Nature Conservation Committee - Marine Nature Conservation Review (MNCR) and associated benthic marine data held and managed by JNCC (3126); Centre for Environmental Data and Recording - Marine Data from Northern Ireland (782); Marine species distributions in Irish coastal waters (595); Scottish Natural Heritage - Marine Nature Conservation Review (MNCR) and associated benthic marine data held and managed by Scottish Natural Heritage (458); BioMar - LIFE project (363); Countryside Council for Wales - Marine data from Countryside Council for Wales (CCW) Technical Support (Research & Monitoring) Contracts, Wales (346); Marine Biological Association - Marine Life Survey Data (collected by volunteers) collated by MarLIN (335); Marine Biological Association - Marine survey data (Professional) held by MarLIN. (327); Marine Conservation Society - Seasearch Marine Surveys in Recommended Marine Conservation Zones in England 2012 (210); Marine Biological Association - Volunteer sightings data held by the DASSH Data Archive Centre (208); Inventaire National du Patrimoine Naturel (I085) : Crustacés Décapodes de France (198); Sponges of Rathlin Island (139); Collection Crustacea SMF (130); Countryside Council for Wales - 1996 - 2005 CCW Marine Intertidal Phase 1 species dataset (102); Countryside Council for Wales - Pembrokeshire Marine Species Atlas (102); Marine Biological Association - DASSH Data Archive Centre Academic surveys (97); Landings of European lobster (Homarus gammarus) and edible crab (Cancer pagurus) in 2006, Helgoland, North Sea (64); Historical hyperbenthos data (1987-2001) from the North Sea and some adjacent areas (EurOBIS) (50); Cumbria Biodiversity Data Centre - Norman and Florence Hammond records. Seawatch and coastal survey records. (48); Artdata (47); HMAP-History pf Marine Animal Populations (CoML) (44); Natural England - Marine Nature Conservation Review (MNCR) and associated benthic marine data held and managed by English Nature (44); Yorkshire Naturalists' Union Marine and Coastal Section - Yorkshire Naturalists Union Marine and Coastal Section Records (39); RBINS collections (38); Natural History Museum Rotterdam (34); Taxonomic Information Sytem for the Belgian coastal area (EurOBIS) (29); Naturalis National Natural History Museum (NL) — Crustacea_Decapoda (26); Marine Biological Association - DASSH Data Archive Centre expert sighting records (20); Countryside Council for Wales - Skomer Marine Nature Reserve (MNR) Marine Monitoring Programme (18); Porcupine Marine Natural History Society - Marine flora and fauna records from the North-east Atlantic (18); Yorkshire Wildlife Trust - Yorkshire Wildlife Trust Shoresearch (15); University Marine Biological Station Millport - 1999-2009 UMBSM Clyde Sea Fairlie Channel Beam Trawl Survey (14); Collection Crustacea - ZMB (10); Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University (8); South East Wales Biodiversity Records Centre - CCW Regional Data : South East Wales Non-sensitive Species Records (8); NMNH Invertebrate Zoology Collections (7); A comparison of benthic biodiversity in the North Sea, English Channel and Celtic Seas (EurOBIS) (7); Artsobservasjoner (7); Abundance of benthic infauna in surface sediments from the North Sea sampled during cruise Dana00/5 (6); Abundance of benthic infauna in surface sediments from the North Sea sampled during cruise Tridens00/5 (6); Abundance of benthic infauna in surface sediments from the North Sea sampled during cruise Cirolana00/5 (4); Histroical benthic dredge samples from the southern baltic and the North Sea (EurOBIS) (4); Benthos counted on dredged samples during Valdivia cruise VA44 (4); Merseyside BioBank - North Merseyside Other Taxa (unverified) (4); The Norwegian Species Observations Service - Invertebrates (3); Benthos counted on dredged samples during Valdivia cruise VA53 (3); MICROBIS database (CoML) (3); Insecta ZMK (2); Collection Crustacea ZMG (2); Zoology (Museum of Evolution - Uppsala) (2); Crustacea ZMK (2); Environmental Records Information Centre North East - ERIC North East non-sensitive species records (2); North & East Yorkshire Ecological Data Centre - North and East Yorkshire Ecological Data Centre - Non-sensitive Records from all taxonomic groups. (2); Biogeography Scheldt Estuary (EurOBIS) (1); Georgs-Padd (Wangerooge) (1); Invertebrates (GBIF-SE:SMNH) (1); Collection Crustacea ZMG (1); Wattuntersuchung (Cuxhaven) (1); Marine Benthic Fauna List, Island of L�s�, Denmark (1); (1); Gesamtartenliste Bremerhaven, Helgoland und Sylt (1); Wangerooge (1); MICROBIS database (1); BioMar (EurOBIS) (1); Bristol Regional Environmental Records Centre - BRERC October 2009 (1); Artenvielfalt der Nordsee - Helgoland (1); Collection Crustacea - ZIM Hamburg (1); Biodiversity records from Ireland - general (1); Schatzinsel Norderney (1); Artenvielfalt der Nordsee - Bremerhaven (Dorum-Neufeld) (1) accessed through the GBIF Data Portal. Each record tells when. See dataset links for citations & terms of use.]; iNaturalist (95); Storey, Malcolm (14)