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Posted on December 06, 2022 02:04 by milewski milewski | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Guide to Eastern Sciapodinae + Mikie Green's mystery species

Hiya! I'm here to share some very good news.

My Guide to the Sciapodinae of the Eastern US and Canada has been published in the Fly Guide! I recommend you to link it to any identifications you make so that other users can learn more. Also, it would be great if you all could let me know if you notice any issues or have suggestions.

In other news, Mikie Green (@coolcrittersyt), a frequent attendee of ...

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Posted on December 05, 2022 23:52 by zdanko zdanko | 3 comments | Leave a comment

Larf bijt vrouw in bil

Lig je lekker in een duinpan te zonnen, bijt er plotseling iets gemeens in je bil. En dan blijkt het ook nog eens een kronkelend wormachtig diertje te zijn dat niet wil loslaten! Dit overkwam een vrouw, die ermee naar de dokter in De Cocksdorp ging. Gelukkig hield ze er niet meer aan over dan een jeukend plekje. Omdat de huisarts nieuwsgierig was naar de naam van het bijtgrage wormpje, bracht hij het naar Ecomare voor verder onderzoek.

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Posted on December 05, 2022 23:05 by optilete optilete | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Welcome New People!

Our participation grows, slowly! We're up to 35 today. Anyone have ideas about marketing / advertising to ge the word out? I've posted in various Facebook groups. And have been messaging iNat users, one by one... 700 or more by now... I planning a T%allahassee Democrat article soon to get the word out that way, and maybe I can get that article into various other local papers in Thomasville, Valdosta, Panama City and so on, if they exist any longer. I've got some folks who were inv...

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Posted on December 05, 2022 21:02 by ingolfaskevold ingolfaskevold | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Oxalis in Australia and southern Africa

In Australia, Oxalis is an unremarkable herbaceous plant. Perhaps its most remarkable aspect is the tendency for any given indigenous species to occur also in New Zealand, or perhaps South Africa, or even South America.

That is to say, the plants are in themselves unremarkable in their ecological nature, but what is remarkable is the blurring of the distinction between indigenous and introduced.

However, in southern Africa the same genus has evolved in a remarkable way, r...

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Posted on December 05, 2022 20:22 by milewski milewski | 5 comments | Leave a comment

NC's *Atrina* Pen Shells

I know of three pen shells here in NC.

Sawtooth pen shells Atrina serrata is the easiest to ID because it's the most ribbed (30 narrow riblets) and has hundreds of short hollow prickles (Witherington)

The other two are very hard to tell apart for me and I'm not sure many RG observations are correct because people don't realize there are two very similar species in the area.

First we have stiff pen shells Atrina rigida. My Audobon field guide says...

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Posted on December 05, 2022 19:22 by aureleah_aurita aureleah_aurita | 1 comment | Leave a comment

Project boundaries changed

If you are following this proiect you might have noticed that the boundaries have changed. These correspond now with the Hull City Council boundaries. Thank you to mcmorgan06 for sorting this out.

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Posted on December 05, 2022 18:17 by hootinghoopoe hootinghoopoe | 1 comment | Leave a comment

Charla y Excursión Ambiental "Biodiversidad de Peñalolén: los otros vecinos de nuestra comuna"

La carrera Turismo Sustentable invita a la comunidad de Peñalolén a una charla sobre la importancia de conservar el matorral esclerófilo de la precordillera peñalonina, su riqueza de especies y los beneficios que nos entrega como sus vecinos. A los asistentes se les entregará una guía de bolsillo sobre las especies nativas del territorio, que podrás utilizar en la Excursión Ambiental al Parque Quebrada de Macul. ¡Conviértete en un científico ciudadano!

En la Excursión Ambiental r...

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Posted on December 05, 2022 17:18 by cyan_ cyan_ | 0 comments | Leave a comment

The Two NC Baby's Ears

Another tricky to ID shell can be the Common Atlantic Baby's Ear Sinum perspectivum or the similar Spotted Baby's Ear Sinum maculatum

Here is a forum post with lots of great comparison pictures:

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Posted on December 05, 2022 16:54 by aureleah_aurita aureleah_aurita | 1 comment | Leave a comment

ИТОГИ НОЯБРЯ

Подведены итоги ноября 2022 года по Москве в рамках Всероссийского исследовательского "Российская зима 2022-2023". Подробно см. https://vk.com/@66975227-rezultaty-proekta-moskovskaya-zima-2022-2023 Самыми часто встречаемыми в н...

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Posted on December 05, 2022 16:53 by egorbirder egorbirder | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Project Update - November 2022

We did not have any new members this month. If you know of anyone that may be interested, please direct them to our page!

During November, it seems everyone was busy, as there were very few observations.

The project increased from 6699 to 6730 observations (+31), 1631 to 1637 species (+6), and 154 to 154 observers (+0).

Our number of Research Grade observations increased from 4187 to 4241 (+54). This equates to a Research Grade percentage of 63.02% (up from 62.51%...

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Posted on December 05, 2022 15:54 by martyndrabik martyndrabik | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Order Lepidoptera (Butterflies and Moths)

order Lepidoptera (Butterflies and Moths) ~845 spp. 7129 obs. ← CNY Lepidoptera
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· • superfamily Bombycoidea (Hawk, Sphinx, Silk, Emper...

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Posted on December 05, 2022 15:45 by nonenmac nonenmac | 0 comments | Leave a comment

salidas ecoturisticas

hola que alegría ver como cada vez más personas se preocupan de la biodiversidad local.
Es por eso que a modo de fomentar esta actividad de observación y registro quiero proponer una salida grupal guiada y gratuita para recorrer los rincones de El Yeco y alrededores con el fin de registras aves nativas.
Quien se suma es gratis

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Posted on December 05, 2022 14:56 by debomarina debomarina | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Infraorder Cicadomorpha (Spittlebugs, Cicadas, Leafhoppers, Treehoppers)

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order Hemiptera (True Bugs, Hoppers, Aphids, etc.) ~284 spp. 3054 obs.← CNY Hemiptera
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Posted on December 05, 2022 13:39 by nonenmac nonenmac | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Итоги ноября 2022

На 1 декабря в проекте сделано 99472 наблюдений 3963 видов живых существ силами 820 наблюдателей. В определении видов приняло участие 2477 экспертов. За ноябрь проект увеличился на 2477 наблюдений, 11 видов и 8 наблюдателей. Среди интересных находок, загруженных за месяц есть 14 видов из Красной книги Челябинской области

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Posted on December 05, 2022 12:40 by yaroslavmagazov yaroslavmagazov | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Webinar

Hi Everyone,
Here is the link to the webinar about the Christmas Beetle Count project:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqKoWoPX6ws

Cheers!

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Posted on December 05, 2022 09:14 by tardigrade_tanya tardigrade_tanya | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Une dizaine de nouveaux bénévoles formés à iNaturalist !

Cet automne, ce sont plus d'une dizaine de nouveaux bénévoles qui ont été formés à l'application iNaturalist et aux inventaires participatifs pour s'impliquer dans l'amélioration des connaissances faune et flore sur la commune de Thuir. Ainsi la communauté suivant le projet ABC de Thuir s'élève maintenant à plus de cinquante personnes ! Merci à tous et à toutes pour votre précieuse aide.

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Posted on December 05, 2022 09:13 by abcthuir abcthuir | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Итоги ноября 2022 г.

Итогами ноября в Калужской области стали 39 наблюдений 10 видов птиц сделанные 3 наблюдателями 21 экспертом. Из всех видов можно выделить Лебедь-шипун, которые остались на подольше из-за теплой погоды.

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Posted on December 05, 2022 08:37 by rancho_of_joy rancho_of_joy | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Duck River Survey finished

After almost 380 hours of surveying, I finally wrapped up my survey of Wategora Reserve along Duck River in western Sydney. All up, 1926 species observed in an area of just 25 ha.

All observations at: https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/wategora-reserve-cooks-river-clay-plain-scrub-forest

Summary of survey, and link to download final 427 page report + fu...

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Posted on December 05, 2022 06:14 by thebeachcomber thebeachcomber | 3 comments | Leave a comment

Déjà 1000 observations de serpents en NC

Le 05/12/22, la 1000ème observation de serpent en Nouvelle-Calédonie a été enregistrée, grâce aux aux 87 observateurs et observatrices qui ont posté leurs photos. 97 % des observations sont de qualité recherche grâce aux 129 identificateurs et identificatrices. Bravo et merci à toutes et à tous.

On 05/12/22, the 1000th snake observation in New Caledonia was uploaded, thanks to 86 observers. 97 % of observations are certified, thanks to 129 identifiers. Congratulations and thanks...

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Posted on December 05, 2022 05:02 by clairegoiran clairegoiran | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Out of a job - my final sampling trip

I have failed my PhD position. Attached are the observations I took on the final fieldwork trips to retrieve university equipment.

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Posted on December 05, 2022 03:27 by carl_ramirez carl_ramirez | 40 observations | 0 comments | Leave a comment

2022 COUNT EVALUATION REPORT

SAVE MT LOFTY INC

TOOWOOMBA REGION KOALA COUNT 2022

EVALUATION

BACKGROUND
Our Toowoomba community organisation, Save Mt Lofty Inc organised the Toowoomba Region Koala Count during November 2022. This followed up on our first Count in 2021.

Our Count methodology is based on personal observations of volunteer members of the public (called citizen scientists) utilizing the iNaturalist mobile app. This app is operated by the National Geographic organisat...

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Posted on December 05, 2022 00:25 by bushychrismeibusch bushychrismeibusch | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Luckiest day ever at Cradle Mountain NP

Spent the day at Cradle Mountain National Park, TAS and it was truly one of the best days for wildlife (and weather) I've ever had.

  • Saw my first ever platypus in the wild
  • Red-bellied pademelons
  • Bennett's wallabies
  • Tasmanian native-hens
  • Wombats galore
  • A spotted-tail quoll crossing the road
  • An eastern quoll foraging

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Posted on December 05, 2022 00:11 by roxylaz roxylaz | 6 observations | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Oranje zonnewijzer (Trithemis kirbyi) tweemaal geobserveerd in het zuiden van Florenville (België)

Afgelopen zomer werd de oranje zonnewijzer (Trithemis kirbyi) tweemaal geobserveerd in het zuiden van België, meteen de eerste waarnemingen voor ons land. Deze van oorsprong Afrikaanse libellensoort werd voor het eerst in Europa gezien in 2003. Sindsdien heeft ze een groot deel van Spanje weten te koloniseren en werd ze in 2017 voor het eerst waargenomen in Frankrijk, waar sindsdien een paar populaties voorkomen in de regio Languedoc.

Op 22 juli en op 2 augustus 2022 werd telkens...

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Posted on December 04, 2022 21:58 by optilete optilete | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Oranje zonnewijzer (Trithemis kirbyi) tweemaal geobserveerd in het zuiden van Florenville (België)

Afgelopen zomer werd de oranje zonnewijzer (Trithemis kirbyi) tweemaal geobserveerd in het zuiden van België, meteen de eerste waarnemingen voor ons land. Deze van oorsprong Afrikaanse libellensoort werd voor het eerst in Europa gezien in 2003. Sindsdien heeft ze een groot deel van Spanje weten te koloniseren en werd ze in 2017 voor het eerst waargenomen in Frankrijk, waar sindsdien een paar populaties voorkomen in de regio Languedoc.

Op 22 juli en op 2 augustus 2022 werd telkens...

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Posted on December 04, 2022 21:58 by optilete optilete | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Order Hemiptera (True Bugs, Hoppers, Aphids, etc.)

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order Hemiptera (True Bugs, Hoppers, Aphids, etc.) ~284 spp. 3054 obs.← CNY Hemiptera
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Posted on December 04, 2022 21:21 by nonenmac nonenmac | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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