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Sewage fungus: a field and microscopic guide

Thanks to kind permission from authors Tim Geatches, EA, and Graham Rutt, Natural Resources Wales, and from one of the EA’s national leads, Tim Jones, the Riverfly Partnership is very pleased to announce that ‘Sewage fungus: a field and microscopic guide' is available for ARMI participants to download HERE.   

Please ensure that you maintain high biosecurity standards when Riverfly monitoring by following Check, Clean, Dry

It was reported, in the November issue of Trout and Salmon magazine, that a Chinese mitten crab has been found in the River Ribble in Lancashire. The invasive non-native species (INNS) was recorded and photographed by an angler at Brockholes nature reserve, with positive idenfication being confirmed later by the Environment Agency.

Free e-learning course for Riverfly monitors - 'Good fieldwork practice for invasive non-native species'

University of Leeds and Cefas have produced an e-learning course aimed at increasing understanding of the importance of effective biosecurity as part of fieldwork practice. This course is now freely available to ARMI participants, please click title (above) for more details.

 

RIVERFLY PARTNERSHIP PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION EXTENDED

THE RIVERFLY PARTNERSHIP PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION HAS BEEN EXTENDED SO THAT ENTRIES CAN NOW BE SUBMITTED UNTIL 31ST JULY 2017. JUDGING AND PRIZE GIVING WILL TAKE PLACE AFTER 31ST JULY 2017 (date and location of prize giving ceremony TBC)

Please click on the dedicated menu link for competition rules and to enter

 

 

 

The 4th National Riverfly Partnership Conference - 17th November 2016 in the Fleet Theatre, Natural History Museum, London

Tickets for the 4th National Riverfly Partnership Conference 'Riverfly Monitoring and Beyond' are now available.

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