Cyndy Parr commented on "BOLDS: Map of specimen collection locations for Pantopoda":
I think there might be. If you click on the map and see it a bit larger or look at this version (http://eol.org/data_objects/20754172) There's a point nearby. Lots of species in this order though (looks like 12 families). I found more points at OBIS USA: http://dbmuseblade.colorado.edu/ObisUsa/portal/TaxonomicSearch.php?e=o&v=Pantopoda&Kingdom=Animalia&Phylum=Arthropoda&TaxonomicClass=Pycnogonida&TaxonomicOrder=Pantopoda#tabs-3
Are there any in the south puget sound?