Daniel McClosky Curador

Unido: 30.ene.2018 Última actividad: 30.may.2020

Happy to be right; happier to be shown to be wrong.

Please try to emphasize observable features of the specimen when making an identification, rather than appealing to the location. "X is not native to this region" is not a compelling reason to disagree with someone's identification of X. Animals move, spores blow, and seeds travel. Nature doesn't read the published range maps. Neither do gardeners and released pets.

Location is a clue, not a proof, of ID.

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