Event update: 1,800+ species, share an observation!

March 24th has come to a close over half the planet, and we have achieved some big numbers so far: 3,900+ observations and 1,800+ species. While these totals fall short of where we were at this point in previous events, the average number of unique species per observer (17 at time of writing) is our highest of the three bioblitzes! This means everyone is doing a great job at finding species unique to their geographic area.

What is one of your favorite observations from the bioblitz? Comment on this post with a link to your observation. There will be another opportunity to share bioblitz stories after the event ends, so save your exciting adventure tales for later!

One of my favorite observations from my morning outing was this huge patch of Azure Bluets (Houstonia caerulea) - https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/47112848
While this species is common in the eastern United States, I have never come across a patch this large - I estimate it was about 2 square meters, and most patches I find are well under 1 square meter!

Publicado por slamonde slamonde, 24 de mayo de 2020

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nice! I'm not done posting yet, but one of my favourites so far was this Bee fly I found sitting on some grass in the pouring rain: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/47161356

Publicado por alexis_orion hace alrededor de 2 meses (Marca)

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