If you are adding information for several FIT Counts you can use the green padlock symbols to 'lock' some parts of the form, so you don't have to repeat the same information.

1. About you

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Please add the recorder's name, if it is not already shown, using the format "Surname, First name".

 
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If you are entering several counts you can use the green padlock symbol to 'lock' this box, so that you only need to enter your choice once (you will see that other boxes also have padlocks for entering more than one count with the same details).

2. Date and location of count

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Provide the name of the site, ideally using one that is recognisable from a map. If the location is a private garden, the name of the town or village is sufficient, no need for a full address.

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Please provide the a grid reference for your FIT Count location. You can enter the reference directly (above), OR search for a place (below) then click on the map to set it.

 
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If you have chosen "Other habitat type" please give details below.

3. Target flower

Which target flower have you chosen?

Select which of the following applies:

Recording a garden plant

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Recording a wild plant

If you recorded a wild plant, please select it by typing the first few characters in the box below then select from the list of options.

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Species
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If you have used a target flower from the main list this will automatically fill in with the type of flower shown in the FIT Count flower guide. If you used a flower that is not on the list please add the flower type that you counted.

4. Fit count

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Please use 24-hour clock time with a colon in the middle - for example, 2.45 pm should be entered as 14:45

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SpeciesCount on the flowerCount not on the flowerAdd photos
Bumblebees Add images
Honeybees Add images
Solitary bees Add images
Wasps (including ichneumon wasps) Add images
Hoverflies (including 'non-typical' hoverflies) Add images
Other flies Add images
Butterflies and moths Add images
Beetles (larger than 3mm) Add images
Small insects (such as pollen beetles) less than 3mm long Add images
Other insects or invertebrates (unknown) Add images

5. Weather conditions

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Other information