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smsergey 1 Artemisia umbrosa Полынь теневая
smsergey 2 Artemisia mongolica Полынь монгольская
smsergey 3 Melilotus suaveolens Донник ароматный
smsergey 4 Salsola collina Солянка холмовая

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Publicado el julio 13, 2024 02:54 MAÑANA por wrrite wrrite | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Packaging of specimens

Instructions for posting specimens

Place the specimens in a small, plastic container (like a take away container), with some leaves of the plant they were found on (if applicable). You don’t want there to be too much extra space in the container otherwise they’ll be rattling about in transit. For specimens without leaves you can add some scrunched up paper towel. Then place the plastic container in a sturdy cardboard box and pack around it with either bubble wrap or scrunched up ...

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 11:29 TARDE por casemothcapers casemothcapers | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Request for specimens

Hey folks,

I am working on a project to collect and rear these small “log cabin” style case moths, particularly the spiral ones. I am looking for help from the fabulous amateur entomology community with finding and collecting specimens.

There are two main goals of this project. The first is to collect and rear as many of these as I can in order to observe their lifecycle, behaviour, and to identify the species based on the adult male moth. While a number of these cases ha...

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 11:23 TARDE por casemothcapers casemothcapers | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Colouration of Gazella pelzelni

Dark rostral spot minimal in adult male, present in adult female

https://www.biolib.cz/en/image/id355000/

https://www.leszoosdanslemonde.com

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 09:50 TARDE por milewski milewski | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

The Malayan night heron nest

I found a Malayan night heron nest on a tree in the morning of June 20th, 2024, but I couldn't determine how many birds were inside at that time.

On June 22nd, I confirmed there are two juvenile bird in the nest.

On June 30th, they were noticeably larger than one week before.

On Jul 2nd, I observed one bird walked outside of the nest for the first time.

On Jul 3rd, I saw one bird on the ground.

On Jul 7th, the bird on the ground died.

On J...

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 09:48 TARDE por tao tao | 7 observaciones | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Monsoon Challenge 2024: Observation and Documentation

Monsoon Challenge 2024: Observation and Documentation
Session Lead by Manoj Karingamadathil, Afsar Nayakkan & Firos AK from iNaturalist Kerala Community

WalkWithVC #KeralaBiodiversity #CitizenScience

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 08:31 TARDE por manojkmohan manojkmohan | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Fascinating world of amphibians during Kerala's Monsoon

Monsoon Challenge 2024 is being organized to study and observe the the fascinating world of amphibians during Kerala's monsoon season. This challenge offers a unique opportunity to delve into the world of amphibians, observing, documenting, and learning about these fascinating creatures in your own backyard. Immerse yourself in amphibian knowledge by attending informative sessions conducted by experts in the field. Venture into your surroundings after the classes and keep your eyes peele...

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 08:17 TARDE por manojkmohan manojkmohan | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Luxurious Louseworts! Locate Elephant's-Head Lousewort

This month for our July Alpine EcoQuest we are focusing on locating Elephant's-Head Lousewort (𝘗𝘦𝘥𝘪𝘤𝘶𝘭𝘢𝘳𝘪𝘴 𝘨𝘳𝘰𝘦𝘯𝘭𝘢𝘯𝘥𝘪𝘤𝘢).
The common name of this unique showy plant is very fitting because of its pink and purple colored flowers that are shaped like little elephant heads spiraling around its stem. Finding this plant is truely an unforgettable and magical experience!

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 07:23 TARDE por maryipson maryipson | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Reintroducing California Dutchman's Pipe in the local environment

I have lived in the Lincoln CA area for just a little over two and a half years. One of the things I noticed missing from the local environment was the Pipevine Swallowtail. These are beautiful black and purple swallowtail which, along with the Dutchman's Pipe vine are common up along the Sacramento River in the Red Bluff CA area in the summer. Doing a little research on the map function, I also saw they are observed along the American river just south of here in Folsom. We have som...

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 07:12 TARDE por joerich joerich | 1 observación | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

15 new moths added to the MoM project including a brand new species of moth identified.

A very busy first 12 days of July with 15 additonal moths added to the project, including a new species of moth identified from one captured in Clinton County. A stunning bee mimic moth.

(Cenopis ferreana) - by @chipperatl on 6/30/24 - possible 1st state record

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 06:00 TARDE por chipperatl chipperatl | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

DNA Sequencing

Most of these specimens were fully processed and sent to the Ohio Mushroom DNA Lab this week. We should have results within a few months!

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 05:57 TARDE por james_chelin james_chelin | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Looking forward to Monday

If this is your first bioblitz event, welcome! Here are some things you should know:

1) What is a bioblitz?
"A bioblitz is a communal citizen-science effort to record as many species within a designated location and time period as possible. Bioblitzes are great ways to engage the public to connect to their environment while generating useful data for science and conservation." (iNaturalist)

2) How do I get my observations into the folder?
All observations made bet...

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 05:57 TARDE por kaytlandccb kaytlandccb | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Fun With Observation Fields

Observation fields make your observation more information rich and easier to search. You can usually add observation fields to other people's observations, too, which makes observation fields useful for research projects. For example, in the project Sphingids at Flowers ( https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/sphingids-at-flowers ) many of the observations use the field "Nectar plant" to...

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 04:24 TARDE por m_whitson m_whitson | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Конференция в МГУ по флоре и растительности России: приглашение

Дорогие коллеги!

Есть прекрасный повод наведаться в Москву в начале ноября.

Приглашаем вас принять участие в работе Всероссийской научной конференции с международным участием «Флора и растительность России», посвященной Году Д.П. Сырейщикова в МГУ и 110-летию выхода Иллюстрированной флоры Московской губернии Д.П. Сырейщикова.

Конференция будет проходить в научно-образовательном центре – Ботанический сад Петра I биологического факультета Московского государственног...

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 04:08 TARDE por apseregin apseregin | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Welcome Message

Welcome to our iNaturalist Project! This project will be used to foster a community of FO participants that want to know more about the world around them.

To join this project and post sightings, you will need:

  • an iNaturalist account
  • a smartphone (or camera/recording device),
  • an interest in the natural world

... and that's it!

Never used iNaturalist before? Here is a great guide on how to get started! There is also ...

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 03:38 TARDE por hil_wright hil_wright | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Navajo Food Plants

From the book Native American Food Plants: An Ethnobotanical Dictionary by Daniel E. Moerman

Baby Food: Calochortus nuttallii

Beverage: Anthemis sp., Arctostaphylos pringlei, Dalea purpurea, Ephedra torreyana, B. viridis, Lycium pallidum, Opuntia phaeacantha, Phoradendron juniperinum, Rhus trilobata, Salix exigua, Tragopogon porrifolius, Zea mays

Bread & Cake: Amaranthus retroflexus, Artemisia carruthii, Chenopodium fremontii, Cleome serrulata, Cupressus sp., ...

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 03:37 TARDE por zacharyearl08 zacharyearl08 | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Défi naturaliste de juillet - À la recherche des gîtes de chauves-souris

Dans le cadre d'un projet visant à l'amélioration des connaissances sur les chauves-souris en Seine-et-Marne, le CPIE des Boucles de la Marne lance une enquête participative pour la recherche de ces espèces dans les bâtis.

Si vous êtes concernés par la présence d’une colonie de chauve-souris chez vous comble, grenier, grange, cave, etc. (ou que vous en apercevez régulièrement en vol sur un secteur), il ne vous reste qu’une chose à faire : remplir le formulaire ci-dessous, afin qu...

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 11:53 MAÑANA por cpie_bdm cpie_bdm | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Ranunculus Acris Description

R. acris (Meadow Buttercup) is often a familiar weed among gardeners. The plant occupies a similar niche to R. repens, the two often being confused for one another and R. repens being a garden weed as well. Sometimes, to the untrained eye, they are thought to be the same species.

R. acris usually enjoys ungrazed and grazed pastures, roadsides, disturbed land, gardens, grasslands, meadows and urban areas.

CHARACTERISTICS
Branched.

STEMS
Green...

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 10:01 MAÑANA por account120 account120 | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Keys to Bladderhoppers (Bullacris)

Males

1' Antennae filiform. Supra-anal plate comparatively long and narrow, angular ... goto 2
1" Antennae slightly club-like widened at apical part. Supra-anal plate comparatively short and widely angular . . . Bullacris unicolor

2' Pronotum in profile highly arcuate. Third abdominal tergite with 6–9 stridulatory ridges ... goto 3
2" Pronotum in profile regularly arcuate. Third abdominal tergite with 9–13 stridulatory ridges ... go...

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 08:44 MAÑANA por tonyrebelo tonyrebelo | 2 comentarios | Deja un comentario

13.07.2024 PABB-Exkursion ins Waldgebiet nordwestlich Seddin.

Leitung Heinrich

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 08:13 MAÑANA por basnera basnera | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Current status of Bladderhoppers on iNaturalist

July 2024 - Current status of Bladderhoppers on iNaturalist

634 observations by 434 observers
of 11 Species with 1212 identifictions by 146 identifiers

Observations per species

63 Bullacris unicolor Plain Bladderhopper
60 Bullacris discolor Fading Bladderhopper
24 Bullacris membracioides Eastern Bladderhopper
24 Bullacris serrata Redcrest Bladderhopper
5 Bullacris intermedia Hekiejee Bladderhopper
4 Bullacris obliqua Western Bladderhopper...

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 07:36 MAÑANA por tonyrebelo tonyrebelo | 2 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Karlapat-Th Rampur Road 2024-07-11

8.00 pm to 12.00 am
intermittent drizzles

Started off with 4 Poecilotheria on a Mahul tree, 100 m from Sagada checkgate towards Phurlijharan. 3 of them quite close to the ground and 1 of them perched high up. Saw them on the same tree while returning 3.5h later, though the positions had changed.

Good frog activity on the roads - Fejervarya, multiple Fungoid frogs, one Sphaerotheca, quite a few funky snails.

Juvenile Common Cat Snake on the way back crossing th...

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 07:31 MAÑANA por anuragmishra1009 anuragmishra1009 | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Old preamble to this project:

I am currently seeking the locations and possible specimens of any and all Bladder Grasshopper species.

They are known to occur along the coast line of South Africa, give or take a 100 km inland, as well as further north to Uganda.

These observations will contribute to an updated taxonomic study of Pneumoridae and all insights will be greatly appreciated.

If you have any current information, please do not hesitate to contact me

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 06:10 MAÑANA por tonyrebelo tonyrebelo | 2 comentarios | Deja un comentario

2024城巿自然大挑戰成果

台灣在今年的城市自然大挑戰四天活動期間有1,960人參與活動,共記錄到55,745筆物種資料、超過5,160個物種,其中包含至少200個稀有、瀕危或受威脅物種。

今年相較去年紀錄筆數雖然下降、但物種數增加255種、參與人數增加560人以上,物種及參與人數都是5年以來最多的記錄!參與人數逐年增加,期待明年更多人一起參與盛事!

成果&台灣特殊物種紀錄圖文請見: https://www.facebook.com/share/p/H4QvueERfi1GXLYR/

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 05:05 MAÑANA por maxhsieh maxhsieh | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Июньский биоблиц

Друзья, с некоторой задержкой из-за полевого сезона очередной отчёт по биоблицу.

Вот и закончился шестой месяц проекта "Большой год 2024. Россия", то есть пройдена половина пути по времени, но, надеюсь, не по количеству наблюдений.
На начало июля к нему присоединилось 312 (+24 за месяц) наблюдателей, 307 (+23) из которых уже поделились своими наблюдениями. Темпы прироста наблюдателей несколько упали, но, тем не менее, проект продолжает расширяться.

На большей части с...

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 03:17 MAÑANA por alexeiebel alexeiebel | 2 comentarios | Deja un comentario

2024 Non-iNatted Notable Species

This list comprises species I’ve missed/not uploaded on iNat but saw and would like to record/remember:

May 2024:

American Mink - Near Rice Lake, Ontario
Northern Flying Squirrel - Kawartha Highlands region
Southern Flying Squirrel - Kawartha Highlands region
Eastern Small-footed Bat (Myotis leibii) - Southern Ontario
Little Brown Bat (Myotis lucifugus) - Southern Ontario

June 2024:

Eastern Red Bat (Lasiurus borealis) - Southern Ontario

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 01:40 MAÑANA por alexheffernan alexheffernan

Butterfly in My House (Among Other News)

An American Copper escaped containment. Took me about 15 long minutes to get it back. Knew it was gonna happen at some point, but I figured it would've happened with damselflies first. I think it would've been funnier if I had let a swallowtail in the house and not tell anyone.

Anyway, I've gotta hand it to the original etymologists and naturalists that figured out species of insects because if it came down to me, I would've left everything as one big complex. How did they figure...

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 01:25 MAÑANA por ryanlaruffa ryanlaruffa | 5 observaciones | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

2024-07-05 - Trip Report Day 1 - Zec des Martres, Quebec

Zec des Martres


Dropped off at the Mont du Dôme parking lot around 7:30pm. Total carry weight ~45lbs.

Had scoped out a lake and some small streams close to the entrance on satellite view on a couple of different platforms ah...

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Publicado el julio 12, 2024 12:04 MAÑANA por joebrogers joebrogers | 4 observaciones | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Trying Abbreviations in Species Searches

I'm just discovering this! How come it took me so long??? (I hear Millennials and Gen X/Y/Z's groaning...)

Many, many times per day, I search for a particular taxon, species, genus, etc., either among my own observations or elsewhere on various iNat pages. In some settings (when?), I need to be pretty exact, avoiding typos, to get the correct species or group. But I've just learned that at least on the Explore page and the Suggest an Identification tab on observations, some c...

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Publicado el julio 11, 2024 10:55 TARDE por gcwarbler gcwarbler | 1 observación | 3 comentarios | Deja un comentario
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