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Annual Review 2015 published

The National Biodiversity Data Centre has published its Annual Review 2015. The Annual Review provides an overview of the work of the Data Centre during 2015, and highlights some of the main achievements.  The full report can be downloaded from … Continued

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European Grassland Butterfly Indicator

The sixth version of the European Grassland Butterfly Indicator, one of the European Environmental Agency’s biodiversity indicators, has just been released. Compiled by Butterfly Conservation Europe, the indicator is based on 4,500 butterfly monitoring scheme transects (122 of which are … Continued

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Japanese knotweed Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to the most frequently asked questions on Japanese knotweed (Fallopia japonica) are now available to download. While these questions and answers relate to Japanese knotweed, they are also applicable to the regulated invasive species Giant knotweed (Fallopia sachalinensis), Bohemian … Continued

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Have you seen this New Zealand ‘hitch-hiker’

Let us know if you’ve seen this ‘hitch-hiker’. New Zealand flatworm (Arthurdendyus triangulatus) is an invasive flatworm in Ireland that eats our native earthworm species. It is most likely introduced and spread around Ireland as a hitch-hiker on potted plants … Continued

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Distinguished Recorder Award 2016

The Data Centre is seeking nominations for the Distinguished Recorder Award 2016. The annual award was established by the Data Centre in 2008 and is made to an individual or organisation that has made an outstanding contribution to the recording … Continued

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Island BioBlitz

Final preparations are underway for the Island BioBlitz event next week, running from Monday 6th to Sunday 12th June. The event will see more than 150 surveyors spread across the five participating off-shore island to undertake perhaps the single largest biodiversity … Continued

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