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Porella minuta ranges from the western Mediterranean to Shetland. The species is apparently rare in Shetland and likely at the northern limit of its range. It has been recorded intermittently down the western coast of Britain, and occurs at Hastings, the Antrim coast and on shell deposits in the western English Channel.


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Source: Bryozoa of the British Isles

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