Patrick Roper’s Notebooks
A lifetime’s recording effort of data collected by Patrick Roper for the period 1952 – 2009 inclusive. With entomology as his main interest and Diptera as his specialist area, Patrick is a general natural historian with knowledge in many areas.
The data covers East Sussex, West Sussex and the City of Brighton & Hove.
General data collection, for professional and personal interests.
High level of confidence. Many records backed-up with voucher specimens.
These data has been collected in a variety of different ways.
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For further detail please contact Penny Green at the Sussex Biodiversity Record Centre: firstname.lastname@example.org The SxBRC offers a comprehensive reporting service, the different search options can be viewed on the SxBRC website and you can download an information request form on which you can submit your enquiry: www.sxbrc.org.uk .
The data can be viewed at a 1km resolution however the full details may be obtained directly from the Sussex Biodiversity Record Centre on request. This is to protect the interests of our data providers and to enable us to keep functioning as a not-for-profit data-gathering organisation. An adminstrative charge may be made at the point of enquiry.
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