Thursday, 13 September 2012

MY Alastor 13/09/2012

MY Alastor 12/08/12

Observer Name:  Kerri Clarke, Andrew Clarke

Observation Start Time: 11.00

Observation End Time: 12.00

Weather Conditions: Overcast

Depth of Observations (indicate meters or feet): 22m

Water Visibility: Fair

Water Turbidity: (high, medium, low): Medium

Water Current Speed (high, medium, low): low

Water Temperature (indicate C or F): 13C
Notable Flora: Dead mans fingers, Ascideiella Asprsa, Sagartia Elegans, feather stars and Lightbulb squirts cover all surfaces of the wreck. Large areas of sea orange and Esperiopsis fucrum sponges. Some boring and breadcrumb sponges

Notable Fauna: 7 goldsinny, 2 tompot blenny,1 Yarrells  blenny, 1 Scorpion fish 5 edible crabs, 15 common starfish, 5 butterfish , 3 dragonet, 1 conger eel, shoals of bib and pollock, 2 large common lobsters, 2 squat lobster, 1 corkwing wrasse

Human Activity at Site: Boats moored at site

Rubbish/Pollution: None

Other Observer Comments: Lots of fish life currently on the wreck with many shoals of bib and pollock, including juveniles of the species.

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