(R. T. Lowe, 1839)
Distribution and habitat
This species can be found along the Atlantic coasts from the Skagerrak to Madeira, extending into the Mediterranean. This species inhabits vertical rock faces with crevices in which to hide. Sometimes it can be found in deep tide pools. It occurs at depths of from 6 to 40 metres (20 to 131 ft) though usually no deeper than 12 metres (39 ft).
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