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Habitat
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"The Spio vulgaris inhabits the seashore, and the margins of our river [Tweed], a little below high-watermark. It prefers a soil composed of sand and mud, and in which the latter rather preponderates. It is found lurking under stones, or burrowing in the soil, and in the latter situations, the surface to a great extent is seen full of small round perforations, and covered with little heaps of its tubular and spiral excrements" (Johnston, 1827:
Johnston, George. (1827). Contributions to the British Fauna. [Continued from p.181.]. The Zoological Journal. 3: 321-336. available online at https://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/27485847
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