Welcome to the Biological Data Recording System

Reef Watch SA and Victoria are utilizing the Biological Recording System to make it easy for you to report sightings of marine pests and species of conservation concern. Click 'Field Guide' or 'Record a Sighting' above to get started.

FREE resources

Feral or In Peril (SA) has produced a number of information and awareness products. These are available for FREE, so if you would like any of these, please contact us at feralperil@conservationsa.org.au

- FIP species identification slates: waterproof for divers, laminated for fishers/boat owners
- FIP species information booklet
- Boat Owners Guide: caring for our coastal waters: a guide for recreational boat owners
- Look after your bottom posters with the message ?Stop the spread of marine pests and keep fish habitats healthy?. These posters have been put up at boat clubs and ramps around metropolitan Adelaide with simple tips about cleaning and checking boats regularly to prevent the spread of marine pests. If your club would like one of these, please contact us at the email above.

Biological Data Recording System Registration

If you have not already registered, you can do so here.

If you already have a Username and Password, please sign in below.

Please enter your username 
Please enter your password 
Forgot your password?

Latest Statistics

Number of users 135
Total number of records 2640
Number of species recorded 33

The last sighting was a Blue devil, Paraplesiops meleagris in the group SA Conservation Concern.


Conservation Council of South Australia

Leve1/157 Franklin St

Adelaide SA 5000

phone (08) 82235155

fax (08) 82324782


Reef Watch Victoria


Reef Watch South Australia



ConservationSA thanks Internode for its generous support

The Biological Data Recording System is supported by

Terms & Conditions Privacy Statement Powered by the Biological Data Recording System