National Agromyzidae Recording Scheme

The National Agromyzidae Recording Scheme covers leaf-mining flies, and aims to gain a greater understanding of this little-recorded family in terms of life-style habits, population and distribution trends. The scheme aims to collate historic and current data from Local Record Centres, wildlife organisations and individuals (both amateur and professional).

Submitting records

Through iRecord

The preferred method for submitting records, particularly if you become a frequent submitter, is through the online recording system iRecord.  This user friendly and free to use system has been developed by BRC as a way of easily making records available to recording schemes and local records centres.


A mixed shoal of young perch and roach.
A mixed shoal of young perch (Perca fluviatilis) and roach (Rutilus rutilus) (Photograph by Ian J. Winfield).


Crossing Frontiers in Tackling Pathways of Biological Invasions


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