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County Recorders are skilled and dedicated volunteers, each one an expert in her or his own particular field, their primary role is to verify the accuaracy of the species records that they receive.
Biological records that are submitted directly to us are collated and passed to the relavant County Recorder for scrutiny and verification and similarly County Recorders send us the records, once checked, that they have received.
This vital exchange of information helps to ensure that the records that are held in the SxBRC database are as accurate and reliable as possible and are therefore able to be of the maximum use to people and organisations to whom we provide information.
The green ticks indicate locally based iRecord verifiers.