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Aderyn :: Submit a Record

The Welsh LERCs welcome wildlife records from all sources and of all species. The data submitted to the four LERCs are used for a variety of purposes, from informing local planning decisions to contributing to national and international environmental research. A large proportion of our data comes from volunteer wildlife recorders, who offer an incredibly important insight into species distribution across Wales.

We are therefore always delighted to receive data from local wildlife recorders, and each LERC has their own online recording tool for this purpose. Please click on the links below to be taken to the relevant recording page. If you are unsure which LERC you live in, please use the Find Your Local Environmental Records Centre tool on the LERC Wales website.

If you have a large amount of data, or prefer to submit records in another format, please contact the relevant LERC to decide the best method of submission. Alternative methods include Excel, MapMate and paper formats.

Ruddy darter, Sympetrum sanguineum Bank vole (<i>Clethrionomys glareolus</i>) Small tortoiseshell, Aglais urticae Willow warbler (Phylloscopus trochilus) Southern Hawker Black Darter Hoverfly (<i>Criorhina floccosa</i>) Violet oil beetle, Meloe violaceus Centre Barred Sallow Colletes hederae Ivy Bee Lentinellus cochleatus (Aniseed Cockleshell) in Drostre Wood Agrotis segetum Turnip moth Migrant hawker, Aeshna mixta Scarce blue-tailed damselfly, Ischnura pumilio Hoverfly (<i>Rhingia campestris </i>) False ladybird beetle, Endomychus coccineus Athalia scutellariae Sawfly Clouded silver moth (<i>Lomographa temerata</i>) Glow-worm, Lampyris noctiluca larvae Roe Deer Garden tiger moth (<i>Arctia caja</i>) Red-eyed damselfly (<i>Erythromma najas</i>) Sloe shield bug, Dolycoris baccarum Speckled wood pair (<i>Pararge aegeria</i>) Large red damselflies, Pyrrhosoma nymphula