Site Description: This
site covers the subtidal areas of Puget Sound. The data
represents specimens found below 10 meters, and some as deep as 200
meters. This page will present the species which are never,
or very rarely seen, in the shallow subtidal or intertidal shorelines.
It will also include some common intertidal species which are
also common in deeper water. The list is by no
means complete and only represents some sampling data taken from
various scientific surveys, fishing, and diver observation.
Following is a list of mollusk species observed at this
location by members and associates of the club. This is by no
means a complete list of the species which may occur at this site.
Revisions and additions to the data are made as we acquire new
information. When a site contains more than one very distinctive
type of habitat or if multiple sites were included in a single
location, then a
species list for each is included.
Olivella biplicata (found dead)
see also the extensive list of nudibranchs observed subtidally on the Bremerton to Port Orchard page
This page last revised: 9-19-2018