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Johnston, George. (1827). [Part 2] Art. XXXVI Contributions to the British Fauna. [Continued from p.181.]. The Zoological Journal. 3: 321-336.
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Johnston, George
1827
[Part 2] Art. XXXVI Contributions to the British Fauna. [Continued from p.181.]
The Zoological Journal
3: 321-336.
Publication
World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb). Part 2 of an artcle published in different issues, but parts are not numbered.
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British Islands
Systematics, Taxonomy
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 Depth range

"The Spio vulgaris inhabits the sea shore, and the margins of our river [Tweed], a little below high-water mark" ... [details]

 Distribution

Northeastern Atlantic Ocean: North Sea (British Isles) [details]

 Etymology

"It is difficult to believe that so very common an animal, and one too of a considerable size, should have remained ... [details]

 Habitat

"The Spio vulgaris inhabits the seashore, and the margins of our river [Tweed], a little below high-watermark. It ... [details]

 Human impact

"The animal is used in this neighbourhood [of Berwick-upon-Tweed] as a bait to take the fry of the Coal-fish, — ... [details]

 Type locality

Sea shore and margins of River Tweed, Berwick-upon-Tweed (Northumberland), England, UK, North Sea (gazetteer ... [details]