The Balfour-Browne Club

The Balfour-Browne Club

The Club was set up in 1976 and is named after Professor Frank Balfour-Browne, who pioneered biological recording and did so much to promote the study of water beetles.

The Club functions as an international study group but it maintains joint stewardship of the recording scheme with ACCT.

The Club produces a newsletter, Latissimus, back copies of which are available at the Latissimus Archive. A longer description of the club is also online.

For membership contact the secretary at latissimus@btinternet.com