citizen1

Unido: 11.jun.2018 Última actividad: 04.dic.2019

I am a naturalist living in Vancouver, BC. I'm also a fan of Evolutionary Psychology and Economics. The better part of my taxonomic knowledge includes birds of the pacific northwest, but I rejoice in all living organisms, particularly the minuscule ones. I use iNaturalist primarily to further my plant identification skills, and I gleefully record any bug that comes my way.

I try to be conservative about identifying organisms only to the taxonomic level I'm confident of, but I welcome corrections to any of my IDs.

Resources:
California Plant Names: Latin and Greek Meanings and Derivations
BC Wildflowers app (with multiple links to plant photos and identification keys)
E-Flora BC: Electronic Atlas of the Plants of British Columbia
Illustrated Flora of British Columbia, 8 Volumes
Vascular Plants of the Pacific Northwest, 5 Volumes, 1955-1969
Flora of the Pacific Northwest: An Illustrated Manual, 2nd Ed. 2018
Keys to Identification of Alberta Vascular Plants (a plant guide we in BC can only dream of)
BC Flora Checklist: B.C. Conservation Data Centre (search)
Distribution maps: Consortium of Pacific Northwest Herbaria
Field Guide to the Sedges of the Pacific Northwest, 2014
Crime Pays, Botany Doesn't

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