As part of our celebrations to mark 10 years of the ALA, we would like to thank all our data partners for all their contributions over the decade.

Our data partners are the backbone of the ALA, providing species occurrence data as well as authoritative data for species names and classification, geospatial references, and environmental layers.

We now have over 700 data partners across research, government and citizen science and over 91 million biodiversity records.

Here are our top 10 data partners – in terms of number of occurrence records – in our plant, invertebrates, non-avian invertebrates and bird datasets.