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Hippothoa flagellum is widespread in the North Atlantic from Norway to West Africa, and has been widely reported from other regions. This species appears to be practically cosmopolitan in shallow shelf seas. In Britain, it has been recorded from Guernsey, Cornwall, south Devon, Hastings, the Isle of Man, the coast of Antrim and Shetland.


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Source: Bryozoa of the British Isles

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