Record Centre Publications

The record centre has produced, and been involved in producing, a variety of publications. These include:

Adastra

Adastra is an annual account of recording in Sussex. It outlines what recorders and recording schemes have been involved in over the year with contributions from recorders from a wide range of taxonomic groups.

The publication is compiled and edited by Dr. Patrick Roper, Significant Species Coordinator and Sussex Diptera recorder.

Adastra 2016

Adastra 2016

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Adastra 2015

Adastra 2015

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Adastra 2014

Adastra 2014

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Adastra 2013

Adastra 2013

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Adastra 2012

Adastra 2012

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Adastra 2011

Adastra 2011

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Adastra 2010

Adastra 2010

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Adastra 2009

Adastra 2009

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Adastra 2008

Adastra 2008

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adastra 2007

Adastra 2007

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adastra 2006

Adastra 2006

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adastra 2005

Adastra 2005

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adastra 2004

Adastra 2004

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adastra 2003

Adastra 2003

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adastra 2002

Adastra 2002

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Adastra 2001

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A Survey of the Bees and Wasps of Fifteen Chalk Grassland and Chalk Heath Sites Within the East Sussex South Downs

East Sussex Bees and Wasps

Warwickshire entomologist Steven Falk completed a major study of the bees and wasps of fifteen downland sites in East Sussex. The image-rich report is now available for download.

Download Report [PDF 4.5MB]

Dragonflies of Sussex

Dragonflies Of Sussex

In this stunning full-colour book you can discover the the rich variety of Sussex's dragonfly fauna. Beautiful photography compliments the text describing each species and the detailed distribution maps provided by the record centre.

To order, please contact us.

Sussex Rare Plant Register

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The Sussex Rare Plant Register is no longer officially in print, although we can supply an electronic version in PDF format for just £3.00 or a reproduction photocopied version for £5.00. Please contact us if you would like to order a copy.

Compiled by members of the Sussex Botanical Recording Society. 126pp. Species accounts for all natives which now occur in less than 4 localities in either VC13 or 14. A4-size paperback, ring-bound.

Sussex Lichen Checklist 2006

Simon Davey, Sussex county lichen recorder and British Lichen Society representative, has produced a comprehensive checklist of Lichen found in Sussex. Simon has put a lot of time and effort into the list and so we would like to thank him for providing the community with such a useful resource.

Several versions of the checklist are available: