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Reptadeonella violacea is a warm temperate species that reaches its northern limit at the Isle of Man. In the British Isles it has a south-western distribution. It is present in the western English Channel and around the Channel Islands, but is absent from the North Sea. Outside of the British Isles, the species is widespread in the Mediterranean and has been reported from the Cape Verde Islands, West Africa, the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean, Brazil and the Pacific coasts of Mexico and North America


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Source: Bryozoa of the British Isles

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