Project kick-start

Thank you to all the volunteers of WASH who came to St Thomas' church yard to record nature on the 7th, 8th and 10th June 2023. Not only did we do this for Churches Count on Nature 2023, for the charity Caring For God's Acre, but it also kick started or project to record the biodiversity of the village.

The volunteers who used iNaturalist now have experienced, and enthusiasm to continue their observing in Stockton Heath and beyond.

We had a fantastic 272 observations cov...

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Publicado el 10 de junio de 2023 17:51 por miltonpw miltonpw | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Summary Statistics June 2023

Observations
57,239 South Africa
2,921 Zimbabwe
2,031 Namibia
1,886 Mozambqiue
1,743 Botswana
1,652 Eswatini
33 Lesotho

Species recorded (677)
563 Africa
255 Mozambqiue
246 Zimbabwe
202 Eswatini
149 Botswana
133 Namibia
17 Lesotho

67,461 Observations by 5,129 observers of 677 species

  • 86% Research Grade
  • 13% Needs ID -

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Publicado el 10 de junio de 2023 17:42 por tonyrebelo tonyrebelo | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

4 weitere Arten in allen Quadranten

Actaea spicata - Ähriges Christophskraut
Betonica officinalis - Echte Betonie
Carex panicea - Hirsen-Segge
Ranunculus repens - Kriechender Hahnenfuß

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Publicado el 10 de junio de 2023 15:46 por mondseeirrsee mondseeirrsee | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Una Especie Nueva de Laplacea, un Género Controversial de Theaceae, de la Cordillera del Cóndor, Ecuador

Gabriela F. Moya,1* Nelson Miranda-Moyano,2 Nora H. Oleas3 y Carmen Ulloa Ulloa4
1 Programa de Maestría en Biodiversidad y Cambio Climático, Facultad de Ciencias de Medio
Ambiente, Universidad Tecnológica Indoamérica, Machala y Sabanilla, Quito, EC170301, Ecuador.
2 Colegio de Ciencias Biológicas y Ambientales (COCIBA), Herbario de Botánica Económica,
QUSF, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Diego de Robles y Vía Interoceánica, Quito, Ecuador.
3 Centro de Investigaci...

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Publicado el 10 de junio de 2023 15:23 por nelson_miranda nelson_miranda | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Una Especie Nueva de Laplacea, un Género Controversial de Theaceae, de la Cordillera del Cóndor, Ecuador

Laplacea plicata G. Moya, N. Miranda, Oleas & C. Ulloa,

Una especie nueva para la ciencia, restringida a las mesetas de arenisca de la Cordillera del Cóndor en el sureste del Ecuador

Árboles de 6–20 m de altura, frondosos, las cicatrices foliares conspicuas. Yema terminal conduplicada, con escasa pubescencia, tricomas simples. Hojas dispuestas al final de las ramas dísticas, semicoriáceas,
mayoritariamente glabras, subsésiles, la base del nervio principal presen...

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Publicado el 10 de junio de 2023 15:13 por nelson_miranda nelson_miranda | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

June 2023

Here we are at the beginnings of a new season in Green-Wood. Things never really got started last year, but we are hoping for more rain and more fungi this year. So far so good. A few observations have already been posted.

Sigrid has prepared a Guide for Documenting Fungi in Green-Wood Cemetery. Enjoy!

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Publicado el 10 de junio de 2023 14:50 por pcpalmer3 pcpalmer3 | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Teton County Summer 2023 NRMBC BioBlitz Update

So far in the EcoRegional BioBlitz that covers the North Rocky Mountains, there are over 6000 observations from over 900 observers, cataloguing almost 400 species.

I have been enjoying looking through all the wonderful and observations that have been coming in so far as part of our

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Publicado el 10 de junio de 2023 13:44 por whitneybrook whitneybrook | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

June 9 - end of school year notes

Jonny ended with 647 species - the most!

As a group, we ended with 1480 species. At present that is second of all years and only 125 short of tying for the most in a 12 month period... and we have nearly 3 months left.

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Publicado el 10 de junio de 2023 12:01 por jwalewski jwalewski | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

500 ants!

realized I've reached 500 species of ants uploaded

doesn't really mean much considering how Pheidoles and Crematogasters never get IDed but

I needed an excuse to use this Journal thingy :ㅇ

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Publicado el 10 de junio de 2023 09:20 por clurarit clurarit | 4 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Dutch plants

Hello all,

There are currently 3300 dutch observations labelled as 'Plant'. Some of them however can be pushed deeper in the taxonomy tree. In for helping out with this?

Here is a link to start:
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?lrank=kingdom&place_id=7506&subview=table&taxon_id=47126

I plan to ...

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Publicado el 10 de junio de 2023 08:12 por rudolphous rudolphous | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Day 2 Stats

Day 2 stats have been posted to the NRMBC Facebook Page:
https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063633860934

Days 3 (Saturday) and 4 (Sunday) should see big jumps in participation.

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Publicado el 10 de junio de 2023 08:05 por quovadis quovadis | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Assignment 1 - Fungi/Lichen

I took my walk in the Fullersburg Woods Forest Preserve near my house in Hinsdale, IL and walked for jsut under an hour right before dinner time. I actually really enjoyed my walk because I have not done something like this in a long time and I opted to just take pictures and upload them after so that I could just whip out my phone quickly and then continue walking without it rather than spend more time on it during the walk. I did not notice any bugs, which is uncommon for these woods, ...

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Publicado el 10 de junio de 2023 04:16 por maryheneghan maryheneghan | 15 observaciones | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Justin P. Brindley Trail 06/09/23

I walked about 45 minutes on the Justin P. Brindley Trail. This trail had a path for humans but was also surrounded by a numerous amount of plants and wildlife. The weather was moderately hot but with a breeze. This path is in Sugar Land, Texas. As I walked along the path I was able to find a lot of lichen attached on to trees. I would say I saw about 50+ trees with lichen attached. This really conveys the importance of lichen as it good for air quality. I had no luck finding fungi howev...

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Publicado el 10 de junio de 2023 03:54 por amoggv1234 amoggv1234 | 5 observaciones | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Neighborhood Walk

Due to the haze from the Canadian Wildfires, being outside was not an option for most of this week. That meant that my only outdoor time this week was Friday. I went for a walk with my mom in the morning and caught some pictures of interesting things I saw. Again this evening, we went for a walk on the way to a neighborhood grad party. On the way there and back, I observed some more interesting plants growing out of the cracks of the sidewalk and along the sides. In the morning, it was e...

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Publicado el 10 de junio de 2023 03:46 por sabrina908 sabrina908 | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Fist Nature Walk

I recently took a leisurely stroll through the enchanting Belgrad Forest in Istanbul, specifically focusing on observing the fungi and other microbial wonders that inhabit this natural haven. Belgrad Forest is the most extensive forest in Istanbul with great views and small lakes. The weather was pleasantly mild, with a gentle breeze rustling through the trees and a hint of moisture. As I walked, I saw the numerous fungi that dotted the forest floor and clung to decaying logs. The damp c...

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Publicado el 10 de junio de 2023 03:40 por selinmunzur selinmunzur | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Nature Walk 6/9/23

This morning, I went on a nature walk in part of the Arboretum in Jamaica Plain. Although some if the area is maintained, I did my best to stay in the more "woodsy" locations, straying away from the main paths. The temperature was in the high 50s and for the majority of the time the sky was overcast. Most of what I saw consisted of trees and grasses so I found that the bottom of the trees were a good place to look for fungi. In a few different locations I was able to find mosses, includi...

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Publicado el 10 de junio de 2023 03:32 por sofiadolan sofiadolan | 14 observaciones | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Nature Walk by the Reservoir on 6/08/2023

I decided to meet up with a friend and observe species surrounding the Reservoir, which is one of the closest and most scenic areas nearby. I walked around for about 45 minutes and observed the natural life by both the water and wooded area. The weather was sunny yet brisk and the water was calm. Not only was I able to find lichen, moss and microbial mats in both the water and on rocks/trees (which was related to the theme this week), but I also observed some animal wildlife like chipmun...

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Publicado el 10 de junio de 2023 03:17 por clarissahoward clarissahoward | 10 observaciones | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

First INaturalist Observation Session!

Today I went on a walk to a local ravine with my mom and our two dogs, Luna and Storm. They were about the only animals we saw on this nippy evening walk. I am not sure if it was the time of year, moisture, or location, but we had a VERY difficult time finding fungi or lichen. The sun filtered down through the trees above us, and this location, where we have been many times before, beckoned like a gateway into another world...this was very refreshing mentally and physically (with the sme...

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Publicado el 10 de junio de 2023 02:55 por sethkempe sethkempe | 10 observaciones | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Berry Flats Trail Walk

Last Tuesday, my family and I drove through the heart of Kauai to see Waimea Canyon. While we were in the dense jungle, I was determined to find some fungi for my observations this week. I talked to an expert that knew all the different trails, and they pointed me to the Berry Flats Trail. While the trail was only 0.6 miles long, I walked around for about 45 minutes. The entrance was very narrow and steep at first, but it soon opened up to this forest of redwood trees. It was breathtakin...

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Publicado el 10 de junio de 2023 02:50 por jacobcoons jacobcoons | 5 observaciones | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Splitting of Lysimachia arvensis colour morphs

Lysimachia is a fairly large genus (few hundred species), but is relatively poorly represented in Australia, with a small handful of naturalised non-native species, and a small handful of native species (although only one, L. japonica, is widely distributed in Australia, with others such as L. fortunei or L. vulgaris var. davurica known from one or very few locations, and are possibly here via waterbird dispersal from outside Australia). One species, L. arvensis, is by far the most widel...

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Publicado el 10 de junio de 2023 02:18 por thebeachcomber thebeachcomber | 27 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Walk through Hammond Woods.

I walked through Hammond woods today. It was rainy and damp and the rocks were extremely slippery. I observed several different fungi and lichen, but I am unable to identify any of them. There were several dead trees covered in one of the fungi species running up the entire length of the dead trunks. There was the occasional bird call, but aside from that very little larger fauna, though the deer paths and occasional deer tracks were present in the mud. There was also very little human p...

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Publicado el 10 de junio de 2023 01:35 por vongaggle vongaggle | 12 observaciones | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Module 4: First iNaturalist Nature Walk

For my nature walk, I was walking through parks and courtyards a little south of central London. The weather was really nice, it was around mid 70's at sunset. I thought it would be very difficult to find fungi in the city, but there was actually quite a decent amount around. The most difficult part of the walk was determining whether my observations were actually an organism in the theme or if it was something we haven't studied yet. An interesting problem I kept running into was that m...

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Publicado el 10 de junio de 2023 00:10 por akhil_v akhil_v | 9 observaciones | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

06/09/23

I went on a walk at a park by my house and was surprised by the variety of native plants to Minnesota. Not only were there a variety of flowers and grasses but also various insects and birds. There was an old barn in the field that I walked to and found more grasses in the shaded areas. There was a nice breeze for the hot afternoon sun. The grasses and tall wheats were flowing in the wind. It was a perfect afternoon walk. It was nice to step back and appreciate nature during the busines...

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Publicado el 10 de junio de 2023 00:09 por milavukovich milavukovich | 1 observación | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Nature walk

Today I went on a nature walk around McMullen Arts Museum at BC. It was a good 45 minutes. It was after a rainy, muggy day so it was pretty moist in the air. It was about 63 degrees and the ground was still wet from the drizzle prior in the day. I saw lichen on a tree. I looked it up and it was a mix of fungus and algae. I also saw some moss and other organisms. After not being an outside person, I noticed that taking a deep dive on observations , I noted that it is not bad. Side note:...

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Publicado el 9 de junio de 2023 23:37 por kmwilliams55 kmwilliams55 | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

I Naturalist visit to Estero Bluffs State Park

May 04, 2023
Cayucos Land Conservancy iNaturalist Outing to Estero Bluffs State Park, 4/29/2023
Under gray and tranquil skies, twenty hikers walked the Estero Bluffs with CLC Treasurer, Tom Seville, to observe and identify plants and animals using the iNaturalist phone app. Walking along San Geronimo Creek the group spied Red Willows, Orange Monkey Flower, California Sage, and Coyote Bush. Red Winged Blackbirds and a roosting Osprey were also observed.

Going on to the bea...

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Publicado el 9 de junio de 2023 23:33 por tseville tseville | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Nature Walk on June 7th, 2023

I walked into the Edith Moore Nature Sanctuary in Houston. Texas, a few miles away from my house. I strolled for around 40 minutes and made a couple of loops around the rustic walking trails in this small yet diverse forest, with some little cricks and bridges. The sanctuary was filled with wildlife; we spotted a couple of yellow snakes. Although it may seem daunting, we are often used to seeing snakes in our neighborhoods in Texas. I also saw bunnies, blue geckos, small ponds with some ...

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Publicado el 9 de junio de 2023 23:32 por mariabn mariabn | 9 observaciones | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Day 2 trying to find fungi - Jun 9, 2023

Today I decided to try again, and I proceeded to El Parque Recreativo Omar, one of the oldest and largest public parks in Panama, for this attempt. Even though it has activities for children, it is covered in verdant spaces and ancient, towering trees. I anticipated discovering fungi due to the magnitude of this park. We walked for approximately 45 minutes and were able to identify four distinct species. When I asked people who work there caring for the environment, they explained that i...

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Publicado el 9 de junio de 2023 23:25 por marilolivaldes marilolivaldes | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Popenoe Run

I am currently in Morgantown West Virginia. Earlier in the week I was concerned with my ability to complete this assignment being that I do not have a car and do not know the area well. However, yesterday, during my walk home from the hospital, I noticed a small stream under the bridge I cross in order to get to my dorm. I decided to venture under the bridge and I was immediately surrounded by a multitude of different types of life. I was surprised at how easy it was to find so many diff...

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Publicado el 9 de junio de 2023 23:19 por annakelly64 annakelly64 | 12 observaciones | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Paris Walk on 6/9/23

I went for a walk in the Square Boucicaut Park in Paris. Since I am currently in the city center of Paris, it was quite difficult to find fungi. The weather was very hot and dry, which is likely why I couldn't find much fungi. There were lots of pigeons (each with slightly different patterns), green bushes, and flowers. Most of the fungi I spotted tended to look the same and appeared on the bark of trees near the ground. After searching for a while, I found some ferns in the back of the ...

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Publicado el 9 de junio de 2023 22:49 por emilydhadly emilydhadly | 7 observaciones | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

NH neighborhood walk June 9, 2023

I walked for approximately an 45 minutes, eager to explore and appreciate the diverse array of life thriving. During my walk, I noticed that most of the fungi I found were growing on tree stumps. There were mushrooms emerging in different stages of growth and decay, each playing its role in the ecosystem. It was a humbling reminder of the often overlooked world of fungi and their vital role in decomposition, nutrient cycling, and symbiotic relationships with plants. I also noticed some ...

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Publicado el 9 de junio de 2023 22:46 por susannehahs susannehahs | 9 observaciones | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario
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