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Trypostega venusta was originally described from Guernsey, Channel Islands and was, until recently, believed to have a circum-global distribution in warm temperate and tropical waters. The majority of these records, however, belong to superficially similar species. Trypostega venusta has a relatively limited distribution in the NE Atlantic Ocean. It can be found from the southern British Isles, extending to Madeira and into the Mediterranean Sea. (Tilbrook, 2006)


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Source: Bryozoa of the British Isles

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