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The Riverfly Partnership

The Riverfly Partnership is a dynamic network of organisations, representing anglers, conservationists, entomologists, scientists, water course managers and relevant authorities, working together to: - protect the water quality of our rivers; - further the understanding of riverfly populations; - and actively conserve riverfly habitats. The Riverfly Partnership is hosted by the Freshwater Biological Association.

ARMI database and RP website technical issue

 *** PLEASE NOTE THAT SOME ELEMENTS OF THE ARMI DATABASE AND RP WEBSITE ARE CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE WHILST FBA TECHNICAL OPERATIVES CARRY OUT ESSENTIAL MAINTENANCE WORK. THE RIVERFLY PARNTERSHIP APOLOGISES FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE CAUSED DURING THIS TIME AND THANKS ALL ARMI PARTICIPANTS FOR THEIR PATIENCE. ***

Join the Hunt for the Northern February red stonefly in Scotland

Help Buglife Scotland to map the rivers in which the Northern February red stonefly (Brachyptera putata) lives (Scotland). More info HERE

'Insect declines: new alarm over mayfly is ‘tip of iceberg’, warn experts'

Click HERE to read Damian Carrington's full article (The Guardian, 11th January 2017) about impacts of low level pollution on mayfly egg survival in many English rivers; includes comment from Paul Knight, Salmon & Trout Conservation CEO, and Dr Nick Everall, Aquascience Consultancy Limited. Further evidence of the crucial role that ARMI volunteers and partners have to play in protecting our rivers. 

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