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Fish are generally under-recorded for the obvious reason they are hard to see. 37 species have been recorded in Leicestershire and Rutland but some of these are now extinct in the two counties. Conversely there have been a number of new additions, mainly of introduced species. See the checklist below for a full list.
|Fish - internet||Fish - books|
|Guide to British Freshwater Fishes (Croft P and Roberts C, 2006) Field Studies Council AIDGAP chart, 8 pp|
|Freshwater Fishes in Britain: The Species and Their Distribution (Davies C, Shelley J, Harding P, McLean I, Gardiner R and Peirson G, 2004), Harley Books, Colchester, 176pp (atlas)|
|Britain's Freshwater Fishes (Britain's Wildlife) (Everard M, 2013) Princeton University Press, New Jersey, 144 pp (WILDguide)|
|Freshwater Fishes (Maitland PS and Campbell RN, 1992) HarperCollins, London, 368pp (New Naturalist)|
|Fish of Britain and Europe (Miller PJ and Loates MJ, 1997), HarperCollins, London, 288pp (Collins Pocket Guide)|
|Field Key to the Freshwater Fishes and Lampreys of the British Isles (Wheeler A, 1998), Field Studies, 9, 355-394|
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In VC55 the County Coordinator for fish is Andrew Heaton.
As with all records, any submissions you make to NatureSpot will be automatically forwarded to both local and national recording schemes.
Andrew Heaton has prepared a very useful information pack on VC55 fish, which includes descriptions of all known species, status details, identification tips and more.