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1000 наблюдений !!!

Дорогие друзья!

Проект "Флора Кабардино-Балкарии" взял первую круглую отметку - 1000 наблюдений. Республика пока плетётся в хвосте портала "Флора России" по числу сделанных наблюдений, но прогресс очевиден!

Наша статистика: 1 029 наблюдений - 460 видов - 158 экспертов - 85 наблюдателей

Давайте отметим всех наблюдателей, кто загрузил в проект по флоре республики самое большое число видов и пригласим их подписаться как на проект МГУ "Флора России", так и на региональные страницы этого портала:

Место Наблюдатель Наблюдений Видов
1 @demons1312 122 90
2 @elenasuslova 104 84
3 @goncholgaj 88 70
4 @max_сarabus 135 70
5 @ramazan_murtazaliev 59 58
6 @anastasiiamerkulova 77 57
7 @nliks 51 46
8 @zoyakazakova 29 28
9 @andrey_zuev 24 23
10 @permin-vadim 25 20
11 @sultan3 19 19
12 @alopecurus 23 18
13 @gen_ok 17 14
14 @olyabram 17 14
15 @aiya_kuz 12 12
16 @e_verbitsky 12 12
17 @egoshina 11 11
18 @tadkawecki 11 11
19 @disertinsky 10 10
20 @yurij_mikhajlov 9 9
21 @irinakharlamova 9 9
22 @grisha59599 10 9
23 @vosicka 9 9
24 @aliaksandarmialik 8 8
25 @rumpelstiltskin 8 8
26 @tx_neft 7 7
27 @crossassembler 6 6
28 @bazhenaz 5 5
29 @katjohnson 5 5
30 @nikita_gerasin 6 5
31 @aimorozova 6 5
32 @yuliya_yaneeva 5 5
33 @aslanalexander 6 5
34 @kpok 4 4
35 @svetlanakhanty 4 4
36 @esus 4 4
37 @anna_permina 4 3
38 @karlose1 3 3
39 @velichutina 3 3
40 @alkasalirefunem 3 3
41 @naturalist21002 3 3
42 @bibina1 3 3
43 @syastrebova 3 3
44 @solisia 3 3
45 @alina_kondratieva 2 2
46 @yriysokolov73 2 2
47 @snowbarsik 2 2
48 @naturalist19657 2 2
49 @druzhinka 2 2
50 @dinanesterkova 2 2
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iNaturalist Spring Observations Questions

Hi all!

I think I may be the only one able to start a discussion thread in the Journal, so I'll start this Journal post and you can share your journal responses as comments.

Here's a reminder of the questions. Your observations are automatically being added to this project already, and if you are a member of the project you'll receive updates and be able to post journal responses.

Step 1: Develop a simple question to guide your personal bioblitz that represents some of your wonderings about Gaps Lake or other wonderings in the spring. Here are a few ideas:

  • How does sun exposure influence the number of plant species? Insect species?
  • What sorts of biotic components of our system are around at this time, and how do they change over time? (birds.. plants... invertebrates?)
  • make some biotic observations near a water source and then further away - how do you think these biotic components either are or are not impacted by the factors you explored in your fall maps
Step 2: Join iNaturalist Project and add a post to your Journal!
  • Log into iNaturalist (website, not app) and visit our Place-Based Ed 2.0 2021 Project (Links to an external site.)
  • Click on "Join Project" in upper right corner.
  • Add a post to the project Journal with some ideas for questions. Click "project journal" in upper right corner, then add your post. You can add additional posts later, reply to each other, etc!

Step 3: Go out and observe! Add your observations to iNat, and check back in for IDs and engagement from the community. Send a message to Amy (@alorenz) on iNaturalist with any questions!

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10 000 наблюдений !!!

Дорогие друзья!

Проект "Флора Калининградской области" с наступлением весны ожил, и мы взяли важный рубеж по числу наблюдений!

Наша статистика: 10 063 наблюдения - 730 видов - 418 экспертов - 209 наблюдателей

Для добавления очередных 5 000 наблюдений нашему сообществу потребовалось чуть больше одного года (https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/kaliningrad-oblast-flora/journal/31630-est-5000-nablyudeniy). Давайте отметим тех наблюдателей, кто загрузил за это время самое большое число видов и пригласим их подписаться как на проект МГУ "Флора России", так и на региональные страницы этого портала:

Место Наблюдатель Наблюдений Видов
1 @npz 3294 438
2 @alebedev 203 153
3 @naturalistprussian 137 123
4 @dmitrylyskov 100 79
5 @oshwa 92 78
6 @kseniapopova 95 76
7 @svetlana-matskova 69 61
8 @pavel116 74 56
9 @wild_admin 69 54
10 @anna_smirnova 57 51
11 @molanna 36 35
12 @maria1981 35 34
13 @alexander306 40 33
14 @po4emyka 33 33
15 @a-lapin 38 29
16 @kappagawa 31 29
17 @zaratustrich 30 26
18 @sofiyavedischeva 23 21
19 @apungin 19 18
20 @vera136 18 18
21 @yuliadenisova 18 18
22 @annalamova 17 17
23 @nadya9 17 17
24 @swqt 16 16
25 @kseniia-matskova 20 15
26 @olza 15 15
27 @prutkina_lina 13 12
28 @shmyden 10 10
29 @emeralddragonfly 9 9
30 @galina20 11 9
31 @michaelfed 12 9
32 @tivanik 8 8
33 @viktoriias 12 8
34 @larkina_anastasia 10 7
35 @alina_seliverstova 6 6
36 @captaindrewsa 6 6
37 @diesel532 6 6
38 @ilzek 6 6
39 @mariakohanovskaya 8 6
40 @andreirovinsky 5 5
41 @natali_koptelova 5 5
42 @sergeis1 5 5
43 @sh_amano 5 5
44 @tayapol 5 5
45 @a_ma_bird 4 4
46 @dmitry_kulakov 4 4
47 @gijwans 4 4
48 @goncharova_ks 4 4
49 @irinaelantseva 5 4
50 @liessa 4 4
51 @ludmila24 4 4
52 @naturalist19599 4 4
53 @naturalist37147 4 4
54 @tanyaoneway 4 4
55 @viktoria89 4 4
56 @yakella 4 4
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15 000 наблюдений !!!

Дорогие друзья!

Проект "Флора Краснодарского края" взял новую высоту - 15 000 наблюдений. Кубань входит в пятерку регионов-участников портала "Флора России" как по числу наблюдателей, так и по числу выявленных видов!

Наша статистика: 15 264 наблюдения - 1 595 видов - 641 эксперт - 699 наблюдателей

Для появления очередных 5 000 наблюдений нашему сообществу потребовалось пять с половиной месяцев (https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/krasnodar-krai-flora/journal/43174-10-000-nablyudeniy). Давайте отметим тех наблюдателей, кто загрузил за это время самое большое число видов и пригласим их подписаться как на проект МГУ "Флора России", так и на региональные страницы этого портала:

Место Наблюдатель Наблюдений Видов
1 @ledum 1203 407
2 @elenasuslova 378 292
3 @krylenkosl 985 260
4 @apseregin 135 126
5 @yuriydanilevsky 125 75
6 @naturalist16000 98 59
7 @pavel_l 70 49
8 @anastasia_naturalist 55 48
9 @egoshina 60 45
10 @demons1312 83 43
11 @antennaria 96 35
12 @ivan_savinov 54 32
13 @andreyefremov 38 28
14 @naturalist36862 28 28
15 @gen_ok 31 27
16 @ocanire 30 26
17 @fishapod 29 23
18 @fenestron 26 22
19 @vkolomiychuk 24 21
20 @naturalist_taya 14 14
21 @kirann 13 13
22 @naturalist42155 15 13
23 @dariakrylenko 12 12
24 @kulakovvg 12 12
25 @lichu 13 12
26 @aleksey_loginov 13 11
27 @ana_lu 12 11
28 @gypsy_moth 11 11
29 @tatiana_antokhina 15 11
30 @anastasiapopelskaya 14 10
31 @irinabobyleva 10 10
32 @sergegorin 10 10
33 @tegipo 10 10
34 @irinairinina 9 9
35 @naturalist30371 9 9
36 @peterzika 9 9
37 @iirnav 8 8
38 @itallmas 8 8
39 @aaronlemberg 8 7
40 @andrewbazdyrev 7 7
41 @druzhna 8 7
42 @mihail_klyuzhev 8 7
43 @rejoin 12 7
44 @alex_kotenko 6 6
45 @alyona4 6 6
46 @andrzejczurakow 6 6
47 @anna_grus 6 6
48 @anton_nikolaev 8 6
49 @mykytaperegrym 7 6
50 @nissa_khv 7 6
51 @gonkem1986 6 5
52 @naturalist40613 5 5
53 @nevski 5 5
54 @taras_well_play 5 5
55 @timur6 5 5
56 @ulyanasimakova 6 5
57 @valeriyagolub5 5 5
58 @warmly 5 5
59 @apollotd 4 4
60 @darya_elfutina 4 4
61 @fyodor_komlev 4 4
62 @geolog-naturalist 4 4
63 @krestov 4 4
64 @lesvesel 5 4
65 @naturalist25236 4 4
66 @naturalist42204 4 4
67 @naturalist51854 4 4
68 @naturalist54017 4 4
69 @neanhim 4 4
70 @andr_dvo 3 3
71 @brodaga59 3 3
72 @dr_mayyak 3 3
73 @elenasad 3 3
74 @nadyagre 3 3
75 @naturalist27541 3 3
76 @naturalist34650 3 3
77 @rakholya 3 3
78 @southern_sun 3 3
79 @toopique 3 3
80 @tx_neft 3 3
81 @vit_piligrim 3 3
82 @vyacheslavs 3 3
83 @yu_postnikov 4 3
84 @yuliya_ 3 3
85 @alisak 2 2
86 @andreus007 2 2
87 @ekaterinayukhnina 3 2
88 @forsash 2 2
89 @kat_rin 2 2
90 @kotevidze 2 2
91 @lisopavlik 2 2
92 @milache 2 2
93 @naturalist35525 2 2
94 @naturalist3899 2 2
95 @naturalist43883 2 2
96 @nicegirlannet 2 2
97 @nikita_kotolup 2 2
98 @ninakonopleva 2 2
99 @tannenka 2 2
100 @trekkingmania 2 2
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20 000 наблюдений !!!

Дорогие друзья!

Проект "Флора Татарстана" - очень заметный по активности региональный проект портала "Флора России" как по числу наблюдений, так и по числу наблюдателей. С наступлением весны счётчик ожил, и мы взяли важный рубеж по числу наблюдений.

Наша статистика: 20 026 наблюдений - 1 082 вида - 525 экспертов - 306 наблюдателей

Для добавления очередных 10 000 наблюдений нашему сообществу потребовалось девять с половиной месяцев. Давайте отметим тех наблюдателей, кто загрузил за это время самое большое число видов и пригласим всех подписываться как на проект МГУ "Флора России", так и на региональные страницы этого портала:

Место Наблюдатель Наблюдений Видов
1 @vadim_prokhorov 2809 494
2 @denis_tishin 1369 375
3 @khairulla 264 180
4 @andrey_358 255 179
5 @denis_ivanov 164 141
6 @radik_kutushev 165 123
7 @safinarezeda 121 106
8 @sahabutdinova 99 99
9 @akhmetshina_lera 102 97
10 @rachkova_anastasiia 115 96
11 @evelina_ishmukhametova 144 92
12 @nastay_kutuzova 118 91
13 @rbibisheva 139 87
14 @khakimova02-903 99 78
15 @alsou_zhukova 85 77
16 @adilya_galeeva 92 75
17 @ksun325 85 68
18 @sharifullinaaa 77 67
19 @lyaisan_salakhova 70 65
20 @kseniyagrebneva 65 64
21 @vladafomina 75 64
22 @aliya_salimova 63 63
23 @veronika_zabbarova 125 63
24 @borisova_tanya 64 62
25 @malyshevat 83 62
26 @renata_sharafutdinova 63 62
27 @galina_maklakovskaya 61 61
28 @gvp7962 92 61
29 @nios 110 61
30 @elya_karimova 64 60
31 @diegovillalba15 84 59
32 @ruslansadykov 65 59
33 @farit_gazetdinov 58 58
34 @albina_gabdullina 66 55
35 @gumerov_dinar 86 55
36 @vasyanova_varvara 55 54
37 @aabaranchikova 58 53
38 @dasha_minakova 65 53
39 @paranin_danil 58 52
40 @birdchuvashia 56 50
41 @ivankhh 51 49
42 @saracol98 53 44
43 @albina_sulaeva 50 39
44 @alinayakupova801 41 37
45 @alinazaripova 36 35
46 @ibragimova_zarina 34 34
47 @milenazeburg 44 33
48 @nataliya_burnasheva 33 33
49 @orcinusorca29 55 33
50 @dim1da 33 32
51 @kim_potapov 33 32
52 @marina_photo_kazan 84 32
53 @makarova 36 31
54 @alexeyleo 63 30
55 @elside 31 30
56 @dinag 32 28
57 @natus_pro 37 28
58 @andreymoskvichev 39 25
59 @alsou_shab 24 23
60 @violinamaltseva 27 23
61 @evelinit 30 22
62 @germanrussia 31 21
63 @karinakhismatullina 21 21
64 @alsu 20 20
65 @jules_f 19 19
66 @uriches 21 19
67 @dinara_s 17 16
68 @kuchkai_murza 16 16
69 @adamir1984 16 15
70 @alexander_zhernenkov 18 15
71 @andreyefremov 15 15
72 @ave_batrachos 15 15
73 @cava 16 14
74 @evgenia_kazakova 14 14
75 @innovanews 15 14
76 @naturalist38377 14 14
77 @andrewins 16 13
78 @ilia_sautkin 14 13
79 @pavel_osoblivyy 14 13
80 @arina404 12 12
81 @farida8 12 12
82 @nightnike 12 12
83 @hazratumar 20 11
84 @naina2004 11 11
85 @arianarainbow 10 10
86 @pavel_andreev 11 10
87 @stsenator 11 10
88 @tatyanagord 11 10
89 @zakiroviskander 10 10
90 @bilinet 9 9
91 @ericybele 9 9
92 @gadel 9 9
93 @rejoin 9 9
94 @sergeygulko 9 9
95 @ater 8 8
96 @fatihova7 8 8
97 @guzellu 8 8
98 @naturalist8307 8 8
99 @tobolux 8 8
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90 000 наблюдений !!!

Дорогие друзья!

Проект "Флора Подмосковья" остается уверенным лидером портала "Флора России" как по числу наблюдений, так и по числу наблюдателей! С наступлением весны счётчик ожил, и мы взяли важный рубеж по числу наблюдений.

Наша статистика: 90 560 наблюдений - 1 209 видов - 1 303 эксперта - 2 154 наблюдателя

Для добавления очередных 10 000 наблюдений нашему сообществу потребовалось пять с половиной месяцев (https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/moscow-oblast-flora/journal/43079-80-000-nablyudeniy-2-000-nablyudateley). Давайте отметим тех наблюдателей, кто загрузил за это время самое большое число видов и пригласим их подписаться как на проект МГУ "Флора России", так и на региональные страницы этого портала:

Место Наблюдатель Наблюдений Видов
1 @julia_shner 1829 500
2 @elenasuslova 412 287
3 @ocanire 367 280
4 @apseregin 372 234
5 @alex_iosipenko 592 191
6 @taimyr 364 188
7 @melodi_96 307 146
8 @forestru 254 99
9 @tverdyixleb 328 99
10 @v199rus 222 92
11 @a-lapin 444 91
12 @marina_sad 110 88
13 @alexopalev 145 84
14 @anastasiiamerkulova 97 78
15 @merlu 104 65
16 @prokhozhyj 116 60
17 @max_сarabus 89 57
18 @tikhomirov 66 56
19 @salmin 73 55
20 @fedor_kondrachuk 83 54
21 @andrewins 94 51
22 @convallaria1128 51 51
23 @pevchiycot 58 48
24 @anaumkin 48 42
25 @kulakovvg 45 40
26 @anna___markina 37 36
27 @aagladilin 44 33
28 @yanaprostomolotova 52 33
29 @dryomys 40 32
30 @a_ma_bird 42 31
31 @fyodorkhomenko 31 31
32 @andreyefremov 43 27
33 @sokolkov2002 31 26
34 @ankhen 29 24
35 @irine_shlojmis 25 21
36 @lizaveta03 18 17
37 @wildpendulum 16 16
38 @igor158 15 15
39 @dahichh 19 14
40 @daniladavydov 16 14
41 @naturalist_taya 15 14
42 @sergey100 14 14
43 @alekseykurakin 18 13
44 @antennaria 13 13
45 @timofeypanteleev 24 13
46 @artem_42 13 12
47 @itallmas 18 12
48 @phlomis_2019 17 12
49 @aleksandra_a_shirokova 17 11
50 @dmitrylyskov 12 11
51 @elena_shchedrina 11 11
52 @naturalist19164 11 11
53 @novoid 11 11
54 @origano 11 11
55 @alenapr 12 10
56 @lepidopterolog 10 10
57 @maxnuraliev 11 10
58 @nellysemenova 10 10
59 @danilinav 9 9
60 @grisha59599 11 9
61 @sergegorin 10 9
62 @alexeyartamonov032 12 8
63 @ellnavac 8 8
64 @karina_ryndina_918273 9 8
65 @lindbergia 8 8
66 @aeroself 7 7
67 @alebedev 8 7
68 @alexmans1 8 7
69 @anelibul 7 7
70 @arse 7 7
71 @naele_ayolle 7 7
72 @sorok_dim 7 7
73 @tanyakapiashvili 11 7
74 @vikula_bludov 7 7
75 @vladimirarkhipov 9 7
76 @aass 6 6
77 @anton190l 6 6
78 @can_anyone_explain_me_why 6 6
79 @elena_tikhonova 6 6
80 @oleg_kosterin 7 6
81 @denis_m 7 5
82 @jannne 5 5
83 @lenok23 5 5
84 @mc_agricola 5 5
85 @musarana 5 5
86 @nature_traveler 5 5
87 @pokrov_sky 6 5
88 @valeria_reshetnikova 5 5
89 @vasiliyshtykovskiy 5 5
90 @zisbis 5 5
91 @anastasiaorlova 4 4
92 @biflab 4 4
93 @entomokot 4 4
94 @fishapod 4 4
95 @gonkem1986 4 4
96 @hln_m_t 4 4
97 @ilya_murashev 5 4
98 @khomax 4 4
99 @lemon7 4 4
100 @nevski 4 4
101 @romanovdima 5 4
102 @syastrebova 4 4
103 @tatianavasyakova 4 4
104 @tegipo 4 4
105 @vladimir_korotkov 4 4
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16 days, Landmark 14PA50, and Nature Conservancy Canada - Manitoba Division lends a hand

Landmark 14PA50 is in the RM of Tache. The town of Landmark is located just east of its centre. The Seine River and the river lots running perpendicular to it cross the northern portion of the square. The remainder of the square is divided by mile road grids and drainage ditches. Agriculture dominates the land use in this square.

At the time of posting, 5 observations had been uploaded by 4 observers. Lots of room to fill in the blanks here.

The Nature Conservancy Canada-Manitoba Division is helping to raise awareness of the upcoming City Nature Challenge event by promoting it on their website here.. They also let me know about an upcoming webinar hosted by their Alberta region discussing the benefits of iNaturalist data on April 26th at 6:30 pm (free, pre-registration required). The presenter is Matt Wallace (@wowokayyes), very active in the Calgary City Nature Challenge as well as actively encouraging other Canadian cities to join in on the fun.

The main City Nature Challenge website is refreshed with resources for this year. If you or someone you know would benefit from checking out videos or reading through activity plans related to the event, this is the place to go. They are actively looking for feedback on their resources to improve the experience particularly for people new to iNaturalist and educators interested in using iNaturalist in their learning toolkit.

Here in Manitoba, iNaturalist continues to make gains - as of the time of posting, 90,152 observations of 4,474 species have been posted by 3,020 observers. 8,547 of these are observations made since January 1 of this year. Last year in the same period, 1,498 observations were made. We are well on our way to breaking that 100,000 milestone sometime this summer.

Looking at all of Canada, there are 4,508,886 observations of 28,149 species by 102,462 observers at the time of posting and globally, 61,512,695 observations of 327,755 species by 1,529,298 observers. Don't forget to update your photo licensing before April 15th. Read all about it in the blog.

Enjoy the snow!

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The British Lichen Society - video's on youtube

Thirdly, please subscribe to, and share the Youtube account - http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUjl6i-3zezoIGm9vhJ1yDg/videos . We are hoping to bring more lichen content to our members and the public. That being said, if you have any content under you ownership/copyright, such as recorded talks, presentations etc. then please get in contact. We are hoping to populate our Youtube channel with useful resources.

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162. The British Lichen Society


The British Lichen Society

Secondly, upon popular demand, we are delighted to announce that the BLS AGM 2021 talks are now available via our new Youtube account. We have 17 of the talks from across the weekend available to watch. Understandably, we do not have permissions for some talks to go live, mostly due to unpublished works and data - so apologies these are not in the public domain. We hope you enjoy re-watching the wide breadth of interesting talks from across the weekend.

Thirdly, please subscribe to, and share the Youtube account - www.youtube.com/channel/UCUjl6i-3zezoIGm9vhJ1yDg/videos . We are hoping to bring more lichen content to our members and the public. That being said, if you have any content under you ownership/copyright, such as recorded talks, presentations etc. then please get in contact. We are hoping to populate our Youtube channel with useful resources.

  1. BLS AGM 2021 The Dougal Swinscow Lecture: Dr Rosemarie Honegger 12 April
    Lichens: A more than 400 Million-years-old success story.

    BLS AGM 2021 The Dougal Swinscow Lecture: Dr Rosemarie Honegger 12 April
    Lichens: A more than 400 Million-years-old success story.

  2. BLS AGM 2021 Student Talks: Alejandro Hueraca Delgado
    Unveiling the lichen flora of Northeastern Mexico.

    BLS AGM 2021 Student Talks: Alejandro Hueraca Delgado
    Unveiling the lichen flora of Northeastern Mexico.

  3. BLS AGM 2021 Student Talks: Gulnara Tagirdzhanova
    Genomes of lichen - associated yeasts and what we can predict from them.

    BLS AGM 2021 Student Talks: Gulnara Tagirdzhanova
    Genomes of lichen - associated yeasts and what we can predict from them.

  4. BLS AGM 2021 Discussion Panel: Lichens in the Anthropocene
    Lichens in the Anthropocene Discussion Panel: Neil Sanderson, Peter Crittenden, Ray Woods and Chris Ellis (chaired by Pat Wolseley & April Windle).

    BLS AGM 2021 Discussion Panel: Lichens in the Anthropocene
    Lichens in the Anthropocene Discussion Panel: Neil Sanderson, Peter Crittenden, Ray Woods and Chris Ellis (chaired by Pat Wolseley & April Windle).

  5. BLS AGM Virtual Field Meeting: Andy Acton
    Atlantic hazel woodland in Scotland

    BLS AGM Virtual Field Meeting: Andy Acton
    Atlantic hazel woodland in Scotland

  6. NoorderPlantsoen Talk of the Town #6: Over escortservice, het Stadspark en eindexamens

    NoorderPlantsoen Talk of the Town #6: Over escortservice, het Stadspark en eindexamens

  1. The British Lichen Society
    OpenStreetMap maps
    would love to use maps from OpenStreetMap 22 in iNaturalist. They’re are different map styles available, for example Mapnik 22 or OpenTopoMap 7.
    https://www.openstreetmap.org/
    The use of different map styles can be seen in Historic.Place 3. Use “Base map” in the menu on the upper right.
    https://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=7/52.154/5.295
    OSM maps are made from volunteered open data and often more detailed than Google maps.
    https://opentopomap.org/#map=5/49.000/10.000

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The British Lichen Society

Secondly, upon popular demand, we are delighted to announce that the BLS AGM 2021 talks are now available via our new Youtube account. We have 17 of the talks from across the weekend available to watch. Understandably, we do not have permissions for some talks to go live, mostly due to unpublished works and data - so apologies these are not in the public domain. We hope you enjoy re-watching the wide breadth of interesting talks from across the weekend.

Thirdly, please subscribe to, and share the Youtube account - www.youtube.com/channel/UCUjl6i-3zezoIGm9vhJ1yDg/videos . We are hoping to bring more lichen content to our members and the public. That being said, if you have any content under you ownership/copyright, such as recorded talks, presentations etc. then please get in contact. We are hoping to populate our Youtube channel with useful resources.

  1. BLS AGM 2021 The Dougal Swinscow Lecture: Dr Rosemarie Honegger 12 April
    Lichens: A more than 400 Million-years-old success story.

    BLS AGM 2021 The Dougal Swinscow Lecture: Dr Rosemarie Honegger 12 April
    Lichens: A more than 400 Million-years-old success story.

  2. BLS AGM 2021 Student Talks: Alejandro Hueraca Delgado
    Unveiling the lichen flora of Northeastern Mexico.

    BLS AGM 2021 Student Talks: Alejandro Hueraca Delgado
    Unveiling the lichen flora of Northeastern Mexico.

  3. BLS AGM 2021 Student Talks: Gulnara Tagirdzhanova
    Genomes of lichen - associated yeasts and what we can predict from them.

    BLS AGM 2021 Student Talks: Gulnara Tagirdzhanova
    Genomes of lichen - associated yeasts and what we can predict from them.

  4. BLS AGM 2021 Discussion Panel: Lichens in the Anthropocene
    Lichens in the Anthropocene Discussion Panel: Neil Sanderson, Peter Crittenden, Ray Woods and Chris Ellis (chaired by Pat Wolseley & April Windle).

    BLS AGM 2021 Discussion Panel: Lichens in the Anthropocene
    Lichens in the Anthropocene Discussion Panel: Neil Sanderson, Peter Crittenden, Ray Woods and Chris Ellis (chaired by Pat Wolseley & April Windle).

  5. BLS AGM Virtual Field Meeting: Andy Acton
    Atlantic hazel woodland in Scotland

    BLS AGM Virtual Field Meeting: Andy Acton
    Atlantic hazel woodland in Scotland

  1. The British Lichen Society
    OpenStreetMap maps
    would love to use maps from OpenStreetMap 22 in iNaturalist. They’re are different map styles available, for example Mapnik 22 or OpenTopoMap 7.
    https://www.openstreetmap.org/
    The use of different map styles can be seen in Historic.Place 3. Use “Base map” in the menu on the upper right.
    https://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=7/52.154/5.295
    OSM maps are made from volunteered open data and often more detailed than Google maps.
    https://opentopomap.org/#map=5/49.000/10.000

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VEGMAPhoto Project progress report

Dear VEGMappers

It's already been nearly three years since this project began! In that time 54 of us have joined the project with an incredible 307 observations uploaded and identified by 22 members and 70 identifiers. Thanks to everyone!

These images, and the data you provide on the condition of the habitat and communities present are invaluable to the VEGMAP Project (http://bgis.sanbi.org/vegmap) and the associated assessments and processes that it feeds into. We thought that now would be a good time to take stock of where we are with our goal of building a catalogue of the many communities that exist within each vegetation type.

So far we have collected photographs for just over 80 of our 459 vegetation types. The map below shows the distribution of photographs in this project. Vegetation types in darker green have more images while white spaces indicate types that have not yet been tagged in this project.

While progress has been good, there are still over 350 vegetation types that have not been photographed and added to the project!

So while you're out and about during the upcoming City Nature Challenge remember to take a few landscape images of the ecosystem as well, and tag VEGMAPhoto (s Afr). If you have a backlog of images with GPS co-ordinates but don't have the time to upload them yourself, email us at vegmap@sanbi.org.za and we will assist you by uploading them for you.

Until our next update, Happy iNatting!
The Vegmap Team

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960 000 !!!

Дорогие друзья! Dear all!
Небольшая напоминалка: после табличек в конце поста есть дайджест основных событий. Не забудьте с ним ознакомиться!
Уже середина апреля, мы перешли на десятитысячные отсечки. На счётчике сегодня 960 000 наблюдений в проекте "Флора России"! Для этой 10-тысячной отметки нашему сообществу потребовалось 14,5 дней (в прошлый раз на 5 тысяч ушло 11 дней). За последние 14 дней число наблюдателей флоры России выросло на 83 человека, а число выявленных и подтверждённых видов увеличилось на 17 таксонов.
We've got another milestone on the counter - 960,000 observations in the "Flora of Russia" project! For the 10-thousandth mark, our community spent 14.5 days (comparing to 11 days for previous 5K). During these days, the number of observers of the flora of Russia increased by 83 folks. We've got 17 new identified and confirmed species.
За последние 14 суток сразу 424 человека из 11,3 тыс. наблюдателей смогли выйти на улицу, сделать хотя бы одно наблюдение в природе и загрузить его на iNaturalist. В этот раз доля свежих полевых наблюдений составила 41% (против 59%, поступивших из ранних архивов пользователей или вытащенных экспертами из бэклога).
Over the past 14 days, 424 people have been able to go outside, make at least a single observation in nature and upload it to iNaturalist. This time, the proportion of fresh field observations was 41% versus 59% that came from early archives or pulled by the experts from the backlog.
Давайте снова зафиксируем статистику для истории.
960 000 наблюдений наш проект достиг 13 апреля 2021 г. в 09:40 MSK.
The project reached 960,000 observations in April 13, 2021 at 09:40 MSK.
● Статистика проекта | Project stats:
959 996 наблюдений - 7 318 видов - 4 552 эксперта - 11 319 наблюдателей | 959,996 observations - 7,318 species - 4,552 experts - 11,319 observers
● Статистика бэклога | Backlog stats:
118 276 наблюдений - 5 191 вид - 1 544 эксперта - 6 885 наблюдателей | 118,276 observations - 5,191 species - 1,544 experts - 6,885 observers
● Статистика по культурным растениям | Stats on cultivated plants:
67 690 наблюдений - 3 589 видов - 1 547 экспертов - 9 635 наблюдателей | 67,690 observations - 3,589 species - 1,547 experts - 9,635 observers
● Статистика забракованных данных | Stats of gray zone (bad data):
9 951 наблюдение - 1 984 вида - 590 экспертов - 2 312 наблюдателей | 9,951 observations - 1,984 species - 590 experts - 2,312 observers
С прошлого замера проект вырос на 9,8 тыс. наблюдений, а антипроект вырос сразу на 1,9 тыс. наблюдений. Чем ближе к лету, тем больше наблюдений будет отправляться именно в бэклог. Так что запаситесь терпением! Это нормальный ежегодный ход событий. Впрочем, несколько владельцев крупных архивов всё ещё продолжают размещение своих фотографий на iNaturalist. Однако поток новых наблюдений из природы стремительно замывает интересные архивные подборки и интенсивность их подтверждения падает. Давайте посмотрим на движение данных за последние 14 суток:

4 106 свежих наблюдений было залито, определено и попало в проект | number of identified fresh field observations;
5 013 архивных наблюдений было залито, определено и попало в проект | number of newly added identified observations from archives;
692 архивных наблюдения из бэклога было определено и попало в проект | number of identified observations from older backlog;
1 685 свежих наблюдений было залито, но пока не определено и попало в бэклог | number of unidentified fresh field observations;
1 140 архивных наблюдений было залито, но пока не определено и попало в бэклог | number of newly added unidentified observations from archives.

Традиционные таблички даны ниже.

1. Самые активные участники (число наблюдений) | Top-observers (number of observations)

Место | Rank Пользователь | User Наблюдений | Observations Видов | Species
1 @apseregin 39 183 2 152
2 @dni_catipo 17 044 969
3 @panasenkonn 15 558 1 092
4 @katerina_kashirina 12 988 1 289
5 @velibortravoved 12 646 694
6 @melodi_96 11 853 986
7 @taimyr 11 713 1 303
8 @vladimir_teplouhov 11 360 508
9 @ledum 10 272 2 032
10 @a-lapin 10 111 622
11 @dryomys 10 068 785
12 @alzov 9 375 860
13 @julia_shner 8 808 726
14 @eduard_garin 8 162 837
15 @max_сarabus 7 955 577
16 @svetlana-bogdanovich 7 780 1 203
17 @sokolkov2002 7 713 769
18 @npz 7 426 585
19 @olga2019kuryakova 7 193 554
20 @pavel_golyakov 7 128 910
21 @smsergey 7 040 695
22 @aleksandrebel 7 010 1 104
23 @sapsan 6 966 1 365
24 @vadim_prokhorov 6 899 1 120
25 @convallaria1128 6 642 1 486
26 @tatyanazarubo 6 606 680
27 @hapugin88 5 730 652
28 @olegdavydov 5 558 408
29 @yurii_basov 5 509 612
30 @yaroslavmagazov 5 068 491
31 @dinanesterkova 5 022 708
32 @borisbolshakov 4 994 574
33 @fedor_kondrachuk 4 990 507
34 @kildor 4 960 840
35 @svetlanakutueva 4 807 499
36 @prokhozhyj 4 431 568
37 @anna_efimova 4 400 710
38 @mallaliev 4 392 1 320
39 @alebedev 4 179 504
40 @divitre 4 091 499

2. Самые активные участники (число видов) | Top-observers (number of species)

Место | Rank Пользователь | User Наблюдений | Observations Видов | Species
1 @apseregin 39 183 2 152
2 @ledum 10 272 2 032
3 @ramazan_murtazaliev 3 502 1 792
4 @convallaria1128 6 642 1 486
5 @vvolkotrub 3 665 1 413
6 @sapsan 6 966 1 365
7 @mallaliev 4 392 1 320
8 @taimyr 11 713 1 303
9 @katerina_kashirina 12 988 1 289
10 @svetlana-bogdanovich 7 780 1 203
11 @svdudov 2 228 1 195
12 @phlomis_2019 3 829 1 173
13 @lenatara 3 271 1 135
14 @vadim_prokhorov 6 899 1 120
15 @aleksandrebel 7 010 1 104
16 @panasenkonn 15 558 1 092
17 @melodi_96 11 853 986
18 @dni_catipo 17 044 969
19 @mihail13 1 713 962
20 @dinasafina 3 790 946
21 @pavel_golyakov 7 128 910
22 @petr_kosachev 1 828 879
23 @pyakai 1 358 867
24 @alzov 9 375 860
25 @birdchuvashia 3 741 860
26 @kildor 4 960 840
27 @eduard_garin 8 162 837
28 @daba 2 848 820
29 @ev_sklyar 2 930 805
30 @allaverkhozina 2 672 792
31 @dryomys 10 068 785
32 @vladimirarkhipov 1 360 775
33 @naturalist16000 3 124 774
34 @sokolkov2002 7 713 769
35 @ocanire 2 578 757
36 @alopecurus 3 662 757
37 @ggularijants 1 397 755
38 @gen_ok 1 350 747
39 @andreyefremov 1 634 738
40 @elenasuslova 1 068 727

3. Статистика региональных проектов (наблюдения) | Regional projects' stats (observations)

Место | Rank Проект | Project Наблюдений | Observations
1 Флора Подмосковья | Moscow Oblast Flora 90 545
2 Флора Москвы | Flora of Moscow 78 946
3 Флора Брянской области | Bryansk Oblast Flora 40 270
4 Флора Курской области | Kursk Oblast Flora 34 799
5 Флора Тульской области | Tula Oblast Flora 32 318
6 Флора Крыма | Flora of the Crimea 31 866
7 Флора Новосибирской области | Novosibirsk Oblast Flora 31 594
8 Флора Нижегородской области | Nizhny Novgorod Oblast Flora 30 853
9 Флора Иркутской области | Irkutsk Oblast Flora 27 320
10 Флора Севастополя | Sevastopol Flora 26 342
11 Флора Свердловской области | Sverdlovsk Oblast Flora 25 990
12 Флора Алтайского края | Altai Krai Flora 25 697
13 Флора Омской области | Omsk Oblast Flora 22 386
14 Флора Мордовии | Flora of Mordovia 21 685
15 Флора Воронежской области | Voronezh Oblast Flora 20 341
16 Флора Татарстана | Tatarstan Flora 20 026
17 Флора Чувашии | Chuvash Republic Flora 19 802
18 Флора Владимирской области | Vladimir Oblast Flora 19 225
19 Флора Камчатки | Kamchatka Flora 19 016
20 Флора Ярославской области | Yaroslavl Oblast Flora 18 849
21 Флора Башкирии | Bashkortostan Flora 18 680
22 Флора Костромской области | Kostroma Oblast Flora 16 974
23 Флора Краснодарского края | Krasnodar Krai Flora 15 256
24 Флора Тверской области | Tver Oblast Flora 13 849
25 Флора Челябинской области | Chelyabinsk Oblast Flora 13 715
26 Флора Ленинградской области | Leningrad Oblast Flora 11 627
27 Флора Приморского края | Primorsky Krai Flora 11 425
28 Флора Красноярского края | Krasnoyarsk Krai Flora 11 124
29 Флора Санкт-Петербурга | St Petersburg Flora 10 449
30 Флора Югры | Flora of Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug 10 390
31 Флора Калининградской области | Kaliningrad Oblast Flora 10 061
32 Флора Дагестана | Dagestan Flora 10 058
33 Флора Самарской области | Samara Oblast Flora 10 027
34 Флора Калужской области | Kaluga Oblast Flora 8 709
35 Флора Тюменской области | Tyumen Oblast Flora 8 264
36 Флора Пермского края | Perm Krai Flora 8 244
37 Флора Белгородской области | Belgorod Oblast Flora 7 701
38 Флора Республики Алтай | Altai Republic Flora 7 356
39 Флора Томской области | Tomsk Oblast Flora 7 348
40 Флора Бурятии | Buryat Republic Flora 6 310
41 Флора Кировской области | Kirov Oblast Flora 6 091
42 Флора Удмуртии | Udmurt Republic Flora 4 517
43 Флора Ульяновской области | Ulyanovsk Oblast Flora 4 493
44 Флора Саратовской области | Saratov Oblast Flora 4 414
45 Флора Мурманской области | Murmansk Oblast Flora 4 366
46 Флора Карелии | Flora of Karelia 4 304
47 Флора Волгоградской области | Volgograd Oblast Flora 4 240
48 Флора Кемеровской области | Kemerovo Oblast Flora 4 202
49 Флора Рязанской области | Ryazan Oblast Flora 4 088
50 Флора Липецкой области | Lipetsk Oblast Flora 3 910
51 Флора Ямало-Ненецкого АО | Flora of Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug 3 624
52 Флора Сахалинской области | Sakhalin Oblast Flora 3 529
53 Флора Ростовской области | Rostov Oblast Flora 3 398
54 Флора Карачаево-Черкесии | Flora of Karachay-Cherkessia 3 186
55 Флора Архангельской области | Arkhangelsk Oblast Flora 3 166
56 Флора Псковской области | Pskov Oblast Flora 3 154
57 Флора Амурской области | Amur Oblast Flora 2 953
58 Флора Новгородской области | Novgorod Oblast Flora 2 800
59 Флора Хакасии | Flora of Khakassia 2 688
60 Флора Курганской области | Kurgan Oblast Flora 2 588
61 Флора Пензенской области | Penza Oblast Flora 2 565
62 Флора Ивановской области | Ivanovo Oblast Flora 2 479
63 Флора Ставрополья | Stavropol Krai Flora 2 300
64 Флора Марий Эл | Mari El Flora 2 253
65 Флора Вологодской области | Vologda Oblast Flora 2 122
66 Флора Астраханской области | Astrakhan Oblast Flora 1 918
67 Флора Смоленской области | Smolensk Oblast Flora 1 857
68 Флора Забайкальского края | Zabaykalsky Krai Flora 1 797
69 Флора Оренбургской области | Orenburg Oblast Flora 1 357
70 Флора Адыгеи | Flora of Adygea 1 347
71 Флора Тамбовской области | Tambov Oblast Flora 1 293
72 Флора Якутии | Flora of Yakutia 1 256
73 Флора Чукотки | Flora of Chukotka 1 074
74 Флора Кабардино-Балкарии | Flora of Kabardino-Balkaria 1 029
75 Флора Коми | Komi Republic Flora 907
76 Флора Хабаровского края | Khabarovsk Krai Flora 811
77 Флора Орловской области | Oryol Oblast Flora 797
78 Флора Магаданской области | Magadan Oblast Flora 623
79 Флора Тувы | Tyva Republic Flora 455
80 Флора Северной Осетии | Flora of North Ossetia 281
81 Флора Чечни | Chechen Republic Flora 218
82 Флора Ненецкого АО | Flora of Nenets Autonomous Okrug 159
83 Флора Калмыкии | Flora of Kalmykia 151
84 Флора России - потеряшки | Flora of Russia - lost-and-found 133
85 Флора Еврейской АО | Flora of Jewish Autonomous Oblast 120
86 Флора Ингушетии | Flora of Ingushetia 62

4. Статистика региональных проектов (таксоны исследовательского уровня) | Regional projects' stats (RG taxa)

Место | Rank Проект | Project Таксоны | Taxa
1 Флора Дагестана | Dagestan Flora 2 210
2 Флора Крыма | Flora of the Crimea 1 837
3 Флора Краснодарского края | Krasnodar Krai Flora 1 689
4 Флора Приморского края | Primorsky Krai Flora 1 533
5 Флора Севастополя | Sevastopol Flora 1 494
6 Флора Алтайского края | Altai Krai Flora 1 355
7 Флора Подмосковья | Moscow Oblast Flora 1 343
8 Флора Курской области | Kursk Oblast Flora 1 273
9 Флора Брянской области | Bryansk Oblast Flora 1 251
10 Флора Москвы | Flora of Moscow 1 243
11 Флора Свердловской области | Sverdlovsk Oblast Flora 1 237
12 Флора Иркутской области | Irkutsk Oblast Flora 1 231
13 Флора Воронежской области | Voronezh Oblast Flora 1 227
14 Флора Красноярского края | Krasnoyarsk Krai Flora 1 206
15 Флора Башкирии | Bashkortostan Flora 1 135
16 Флора Татарстана | Tatarstan Flora 1 132
17 Флора Тульской области | Tula Oblast Flora 1 086
18 Флора Республики Алтай | Altai Republic Flora 1 078
19 Флора Нижегородской области | Nizhny Novgorod Oblast Flora 1 059
20 Флора Бурятии | Buryat Republic Flora 1 039
21 Флора Новосибирской области | Novosibirsk Oblast Flora 1 024
22 Флора Камчатки | Kamchatka Flora 989
23 Флора Владимирской области | Vladimir Oblast Flora 973
24 Флора Костромской области | Kostroma Oblast Flora 967
25 Флора Ярославской области | Yaroslavl Oblast Flora 926
26 Флора Белгородской области | Belgorod Oblast Flora 917
27 Флора Мордовии | Flora of Mordovia 912
28 Флора Ростовской области | Rostov Oblast Flora 885
29 Флора Чувашии | Chuvash Republic Flora 868
30 Флора Тверской области | Tver Oblast Flora 865
31 Флора Самарской области | Samara Oblast Flora 850
32 Флора Амурской области | Amur Oblast Flora 848
33 Флора Томской области | Tomsk Oblast Flora 846
34 Флора Омской области | Omsk Oblast Flora 844
35 Флора Челябинской области | Chelyabinsk Oblast Flora 827
36 Флора Волгоградской области | Volgograd Oblast Flora 826
37 Флора Пермского края | Perm Krai Flora 819
38 Флора Карачаево-Черкесии | Flora of Karachay-Cherkessia 805
39 Флора Сахалинской области | Sakhalin Oblast Flora 797
40 Флора Ставрополья | Stavropol Krai Flora 793
41 Флора Ленинградской области | Leningrad Oblast Flora 789
42 Флора Калининградской области | Kaliningrad Oblast Flora 782
43 Флора Архангельской области | Arkhangelsk Oblast Flora 761
44 Флора Калужской области | Kaluga Oblast Flora 758
45 Флора Кемеровской области | Kemerovo Oblast Flora 745
46 Флора Санкт-Петербурга | St Petersburg Flora 709
47 Флора Тюменской области | Tyumen Oblast Flora 698
48 Флора Саратовской области | Saratov Oblast Flora 697
49 Флора Кировской области | Kirov Oblast Flora 696
50 Флора Югры | Flora of Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug 675
51 Флора Хакасии | Flora of Khakassia 666
52 Флора Псковской области | Pskov Oblast Flora 657
53 Флора Липецкой области | Lipetsk Oblast Flora 653
54 Флора Пензенской области | Penza Oblast Flora 652
55 Флора Рязанской области | Ryazan Oblast Flora 649
56 Флора Ульяновской области | Ulyanovsk Oblast Flora 648
57 Флора Удмуртии | Udmurt Republic Flora 616
58 Флора Забайкальского края | Zabaykalsky Krai Flora 575
59 Флора Новгородской области | Novgorod Oblast Flora 556
60 Флора Мурманской области | Murmansk Oblast Flora 551
61 Флора Адыгеи | Flora of Adygea 542
62 Флора Вологодской области | Vologda Oblast Flora 530
63 Флора Карелии | Flora of Karelia 530
64 Флора Марий Эл | Mari El Flora 529
65 Флора Якутии | Flora of Yakutia 521
66 Флора Ямало-Ненецкого АО | Flora of Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug 514
67 Флора Смоленской области | Smolensk Oblast Flora 504
68 Флора Курганской области | Kurgan Oblast Flora 480
69 Флора Оренбургской области | Orenburg Oblast Flora 478
70 Флора Ивановской области | Ivanovo Oblast Flora 477
71 Флора Кабардино-Балкарии | Flora of Kabardino-Balkaria 470
72 Флора Хабаровского края | Khabarovsk Krai Flora 381
73 Флора Тамбовской области | Tambov Oblast Flora 351
74 Флора Чукотки | Flora of Chukotka 339
75 Флора Коми | Komi Republic Flora 326
76 Флора Орловской области | Oryol Oblast Flora 319
77 Флора Астраханской области | Astrakhan Oblast Flora 311
78 Флора Тувы | Tyva Republic Flora 299
79 Флора Магаданской области | Magadan Oblast Flora 249
80 Флора Северной Осетии | Flora of North Ossetia 199
81 Флора Чечни | Chechen Republic Flora 168
82 Флора России - потеряшки | Flora of Russia - lost-and-found 119
83 Флора Ненецкого АО | Flora of Nenets Autonomous Okrug 99
84 Флора Калмыкии | Flora of Kalmykia 81
85 Флора Еврейской АО | Flora of Jewish Autonomous Oblast 76
86 Флора Ингушетии | Flora of Ingushetia 52

5. Топ-наблюдатели за 14 дней (по числу видов) | 14-days top-observers (species)

Место | Rank Пользователь | User Наблюдений | Observations Видов | Species
1 @svetlana-bogdanovich 256 119
2 @sapsan 146 102
3 @apseregin 145 91
4 @katerina_kashirina 137 81
5 @npz 149 69
6 @syastrebova 85 59
7 @margosha 90 55
8 @dinasafina 59 49
9 @anastasia_naturalist 55 48
10 @julia_shner 54 42
11 @gozheva 41 41
12 @urij777 71 41
13 @naturalist49367 61 39
14 @naturalist16000 46 36
15 @dinanesterkova 44 35
16 @naturalist25051 43 35
17 @tverdyixleb 84 35
18 @phlomis_2019 36 34
19 @krylenkosl 43 33
20 @melodi_96 52 33
21 @lenatara 41 32
22 @v199rus 73 32
23 @anfisa_zhdanova 42 31
24 @denis_tishin 70 31
25 @hln_m_t 46 31
26 @ekaterinayukhnina 51 30
27 @smsergey 85 30
28 @yanaprostomolotova 49 30
29 @anyuta 36 28
30 @zibzap 40 28
31 @anna_efimova 29 26
32 @dmitriy_kuklin-volfson 33 25
33 @vadim66 28 24
34 @epikhin 22 22
35 @nikolaydorofeev 24 22
36 @sokolkov2002 43 22
37 @eduard_garin 30 21
38 @ekaterina8888888888 23 21
39 @yaroslavmagazov 53 21
40 @alexopalev 33 19

6. Топ-поставщики видов за 14 дней (поле + архив) | 14-days top species uploaders (field & archives)

Место | Rank Пользователь | User Наблюдений | Observations Видов | Species
1 @hapugin88 1 285 305
2 @anna_efimova 490 285
3 @ocanire 316 247
4 @demons1312 323 195
5 @svetlana-bogdanovich 290 129
6 @sapsan 193 118
7 @katerina_kashirina 274 115
8 @apseregin 145 91
9 @zibzap 145 86
10 @viktoriabilous 126 77
11 @zapiskilizki 100 77
12 @npz 149 69
13 @smsergey 135 68
14 @melodi_96 91 67
15 @oleg_kosterin 146 64
16 @dinasafina 73 60
17 @igor_kuzmin 87 60
18 @syastrebova 85 59
19 @margosha 90 55
20 @al_losk-lifebra 66 52
21 @dinanesterkova 71 52
22 @egoshina 67 51
23 @anastasia_naturalist 55 48
24 @vadim66 241 48
25 @sowjaka 54 47
26 @ekaterinayukhnina 81 46
27 @naturalist25051 57 45
28 @sokolkov2002 69 44
29 @vera_chistyakova 45 43
30 @julia_shner 54 42
31 @valerkov 48 42
32 @gozheva 41 41
33 @naturalist49367 64 41
34 @urij777 71 41
35 @velokanash 69 41
36 @elenasuslova 39 37
37 @andreyefremov 48 36
38 @naturalist16000 46 36
39 @tverdyixleb 87 36
40 @lenatara 44 35

7. Самые активные эксперты для загруженных за 14 дней наблюдений (поле + архив) | Top-experts for the last 14 days uploads (field & archives)

Место | Rank Пользователь | User Определений | IDs
1 @julia_shner 1 933
2 @igor_kuzmin 1 459
3 @natalia_gamova 1 273
4 @convallaria1128 898
5 @phlomis_2019 838
6 @svg52 594
7 @madmanserg 503
8 @davydovbotany 474
9 @aleks-khimin 451
10 @svetlana-bogdanovich 387
11 @vladimirbakutov 227
12 @daba 160
13 @tatiana_moscow 119
14 @katerina_kashirina 118
15 @grigorenko 104
16 @brodaga59 93
17 @apseregin 90
18 @eduard_garin 82
19 @lenatara 77
20 @vera_chistyakova 67
ТЕКУЩИЕ ТЕМЫ:
● Мы продолжаем жить в состоянии, когда серверы iNaturalist не могут нормально загрузить главную страницу нашего проекта. Обычно несколько перезагрузок главной страницы помогает. С чем это связано? Общий рост данных платформы с одной стороны и усложнение структуры нашего проекта с другой стороны привели к тому, что проект "Флора России" достиг технологического потолка платформы. Кроме того, заметно увеличилось время загрузки полных фотографий с внешнего сервера (например, при определении).
● Пометка "Все права защищены", которую выбирают некоторые пользователи для своих фотографий, отныне не рекомендуется к использованию директоратом iNaturalist: всех участников платформы настоятельно просят указать в профиле одну из доступных лицензий. Мы традиционно рекомендуем лицензии CC0, CC-BY или CC-BY-NC, чтобы ваши данные были доступны в GBIF.
● С первого марта стартовал конкурс "Белые пятна" для стимулирования сбора данных по флоре отстающих регионов. Опубликовано официальное положение конкурса. В нём принимают участие наблюдения сосудистых растений из следующих регионов: Еврейская АО, Ингушетия, Калмыкия, Магаданская область, Ненецкий АО, Северная Осетия, Тува, Хабаровский край, Чукотка, Якутия. Конкурс проводится в личном зачёте: подано шесть заявок, пока для участия аттестовано пять человек.
● На майские праздники состоится традиционный четырехдневный марафон City Nature Challenge, до старта остался всего 31 день. Уже работает российское табло. От России в международный челлендж заявлены Москва, Севастополь, Петропаловск-Камчатский, Иркутск. В российском зачёте выступают Новосибирск, Екатеринбург, Челябинск, Орехово-Зуево, Тюмень, Тверь, Ханты-Мансийск, Тула, Алушта, Чебаркуль, Уфа. В этом году принять участие в личном зачёте мирового челленджа сможет любой желающий - внимательно читайте важные новости. Для участия в неофициальном российском зачете есть специальная ветка в журнале, там даны инструкции для потенциальных организаторов.
● А летом нас ждёт наш традиционный Командный кубок! Небольшие новшества в регламенте, подборка всех материалов прошлых лет и анонс календаря здесь.
● О географических диспропорциях в данных рассказывает серия постов с картами Игоря Поспелова (@taimyr). Мы начали с самых популярных регионов: Московской области, Москвы, Брянской области, Курской области, Тульской области, Новосибирской области, Нижегородской области, Республики Крым, Иркутской области, Алтайского края, Севастополя, Свердловской области, Омской области, Республики Мордовия, Воронежской области, Республики Татарстан, Республики Чувашия, Владимирской области, Камчатского края и других регионов. В этих иллюстрированных рассказах мы даём советы, в какие районы стоит поехать, чтобы равномерно собрать данные для "Атласа флоры России".
● Проекту в январе 2021 г. исполнилось два года! В честь небольшого юбилея, мы сделали дайджест основных событий в виде интерактивного оглавления. Например, там собраны все инструкции по разным аспектам жизни портала, опубликованные в журнале. Надеюсь, будет интересно!
● Приглашаем всех участников iNaturalist подписываться не только на проект МГУ "Флора России", но и на региональные страницы этого портала, на антипроект (бэклог) и "серую зону". В паспорте каждого наблюдения будет, таким образом, отражена как ссылка на общероссийский проект (в т.ч. ещё до определения или при съемке культурных растений), так и региональная принадлежность наблюдения. О том, что такое "серая зона", написано в специальном посте.
Для написания данного поста использован конвертер текстовых и табличных данных, который осуществляет разметку текста. Конвертер разработал Константин Романов (@kildor). Если у вас есть свои проекты, то вам эта ссылка, уверен, пригодится!
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13/04/21 Flora & Fungi survey: Yellingbo

Following plenty of rainfall in the area in the past couple of days (around 60mm), we ventured out on a sometimes drizzly morning to see what was around. Fourteen keen sets of eyes found an array of fungi, frogs eggs (with males calling constantly and one seen). Not so many flowering plants, as expected, however the Banksia flowers are now creating a stunning flash of colour. The prize went to Viggo who found a Hogg's Flatworm which I've never seen before at Yellingbo, then we found another one!!

Ingresado el 13 de abril de 2021 por regnans regnans | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario
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The Municipality of Alubarén as a secondary dry forest ecosystem.

The Municipality of Alubarén is located in the central area of ​​the country, south of the department of Francisco Morazán, its population consists of 5,329 inhabitants. This municipality is composed of 28.15% by the remnant of Forest, 32.24% of Pastures and crops, and 36.7% of secondary deciduous vegetation. The main crop of the municipality is corn, which occupies 36% of the land use (Institute of Forest Conservation [ICF], 2015).

The remaining forest is made up of Tropical Dry Forest, which is the most threatened ecosystem in Honduras, since it is currently reduced to less than 10% of its original coverage and is almost entirely outside the National System of Areas. Protected Areas of Honduras (SINAPH). In Alubarén you can still find fringes of deciduous dry forest ecosystems. An ecosystem of large trees 30 m or more. Which is commonly found in intervened fragments, on the slopes of the largest valleys, competing largely with the aforementioned cropping systems (House and Rivas, 2008).

In the municipality of Alubarén there are 3 main bodies of water. La Conga Creek, has a length of 3.1 km and joins the Los Godoyes creek which has a length of 4.0 km. Both creeks drain the El Brazuelo River, which connects to the Alubarén River, which runs 54% of the area of ​​the municipality and drains to the Reítoca River. The Quebrada La Conga belongs to the La Campana Microbasin that has an area of ​​2.74 km², and is part of the Nacaome River Basin, which together with the Choluteca River is part of the Pacific Slope of Honduras (Murillo, 2019).

Throughout Alubarén there are Coray-type soils which belong to the Padre Miguel geological formation (CEAH 2006). Much of the geology of the place is represented by the bare bedrock, especially in the ravines or canyons that border the main bodies of water.
Regarding the rainfall for the Nacaome River basin, Zúniga (1990) categorized it as rainy with dry winter (Vb). This is characterized by the fact that the lowest average rainfall occurs in January. The rainy season begins in early May and ends around October 28. The rainiest months of the year are June and September. During the heatwave period (July) the rain reaches deficit conditions. The months of January and February are the driest and coincide with the time of greatest influence of cold fronts and air masses (Murillo, 2019).

Throughout this project we will introduce you to the diversity that the Alubarén Dry Forest ecosystem supports and the riverside forests that accompany the rivers and streams present in the Municipality. The field tours began in 2016 and continued to this day.

Bibliographic references
Centro de Estudios Ambientales de Honduras. (2006). Informe Sobre Sistematización: Subcuenca del Rio Reitoca. Recuperado de http://cidbimena.desastres.hn/RIDH/pdf/doch0123/pdf/doch0123.pdf

House, R. P., Rivas, M. (2008). Elaboración de Un Análisis de Vacíos Biofísicos del Sistema Nacional de Áreas Protegidas de Honduras (SINAPH):. Recuperado de: https://mocaph.files.wordpress.com/2012/03/analisis-de-vacc3ados-biofisicos-del-sinaph_2009.pdf

Instituto de Conservación Forestal. (2015). Atlas Municipal Forestal de Cobertura de La Tierra: Municipio de Alubarén Francisco Morazán. Recuperado de: http://www.atlasmunicipal.org/sites/default/files/0802%20Alubar%C3%A9n%20Atlas%20Forestal%20Municipal.pdf

Murillo, B. M. (2019). Riqueza y distribución de insectos acuáticos con relación a los parámetros morfométricos, físico-químicos y de las partículas del sustrato en la quebrada La Conga, Alubarén, Francisco Morazán (Tesis). Recuperado de: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/335821575_Riqueza_y_distribucion_de_insectos_acuaticos_con_relacion_a_los_parametros_morfometricos_fisico-quimicos_y_de_las_particulas_del_sustrato_en_la_quebrada_La_Conga_Alubaren_Francisco_Morazan

Zúniga, A. E. (1990). Las modalidades de la lluvia en Honduras. Tegucigalpa. Recuperado de: http://cidbimena.desastres.hn/pdf/spa/doc12660/doc12660.htm

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A good start to 2021

Been a while since I have posted to anything this year. Still I am off to a very good start. I have been roaming around a bit more to find things I have not added to my lists before. So far I have photographed my first owl which was a Great-horned Owl that I was told about out at the Village Creek Drying Beds. My friend @charley met me there and I took a few photos of it. First time I took it with my Canon Rebel T6 but when again and took a few more when I went back and took some with my Nikon Coolpix L830. I was interviewed for a new book that is coming out that a friend is working on and she I and Charley went around the place and talked and walked while we photographed the ducks and things that we found. It has been a good year. I have had a pretty slow start with the dragonflies but since it is now getting warmer I have been able to get more and more as the days go by.

Over Spring break I went out to Branson Missouri. I spent most of the trip at some of the museums but I did manage to get some wildlife and explore some caves. I got my first Salamander at one of the caves called Bluff Dwellers Caverns in Noel MO. That was a cool venture. I got to see quite a few thing that were new to me in terms of geological formations that I have never talked about in college. I also went to a place called Fantastic Caverns which was partly flooded but we did get to experience a little bit of the front of the cave which was pretty cool. We got a free fifteen minute tour but just being in that fifteen minutes makes me want to go back and explore the caves on the full thing. I am hoping to get back out there and explore more of the caves. Spanish Treasure Caverns and the Talking Rocks and Civil War Caverns are all on my next trip list. I also went to the Branson Dinosaur Museum to get an idea of what used to roam around there and get some prehistoric knowledge. I also went to the Wonders pf Wildlife Museum and Aquarium in Springfield so that was pretty fun too. I had a lot of fun doing all of that. I also did go to the Butterfly Palace which is a butterfly house that is very nice. I didn't explore a lot of nature outdoors but it was good to explore the natural history areas. I also went to the Top of the Rock Ancient Heritage Museum. At the Top of the Rock resort. Didn't stay there but it was very nice to learn about the history of the area and the surrounding areas and all. May not had a long outing but it was just enough to learn and understand the land before going back to explore some more.

I just went to Davey Dogwood Park and headed back to Gus Engeling again. I find myself going out there a lot now. Some of these places I have not been to many times I find I am going to more and more which is great. Seeing things at different times of year is always very good to do. In the long run all of this is to get ready for the next run of the City Nature Challenge. I am still working out all my exploration details but I am hoping to see some of the crew. @brentano @sambiology @kimberlietx @lulubelle @briangooding @annikaml and some of the rest. I have been pretty lonely since last year was a complete train wreck on ice skates in the middle of meteor shower mixed with a dumpster fire. That was hard on all of us. I didn't get to see too many people I knew that year except on the remote channels. Still it is what it is. Still I am hoping that this year's CNC is good. I mean I had my family to travel with like I always do during this time we turn it into a family thing when I am going around. I have tested my gear. My nets, my mothing light that will make its mothing debut to the outside world and not just my backyard. I am actually going to make it have my own personal flair and I am going to put half a Stargate around it from the Stargate movies, Stargate SG-1, Stargate Universe, and Stargate Atlantis series and franchise. I will not have that until the summer. I am going to add it as a counter weight sot that way the thing doesn't try and topple. I hear people call them UFOs and things and since I am a bit of a sci-fi nerd well wild horses being chased by Rancors and Wampa Ice creatures and wild Tyrannosaurus won't stop me. Hey got to live up to this Galactic_Bug_man name or it means nothing. Still that is going to be a bit of a side project this year. I will be getting that ready for National Moth Week. Anyhow, I just got a new supply of petri dishes early on. I always have to get a couple before these CNC ventures for I always break a good portion of them. I have cleared up a lot of data on my data cards and what not so I can take a truck load of images. I do need to supply myself with a few more batteries since I have that new Light ring for my camera which I will use during these next few events. Thing drains after so often so it is good to always have spares. I have all my gear working and will take the Nikon Coolpix L830 for a spin again. I have been using it more to get different shots and to kind of mix it up since it still works. I like working with all my stuff.

So yeah that seems to be the skinny as of now. I have been getting some great things. I just got an American Goldfinch in it's breeding colors right in my backyard which was a shock and surprise to me. I would have never seen that is I was not up early yesterday. I have been busy with Photography class and my Philosophy classes but all is going well. Has not been to rough. It has been very good these last few weeks. I cant' wait until summer. I am going to be doing a lot of volunteer work and some more travel like I have been doing. I have summer plans to make for Georgia since my brother and I want to go. I have gotten my Covid-19 vaccination like the rest of my family but still not taking any unnecessary risks when I am traveling. Still going strong and gaining new knowledge every day and always on the move. This year has been proving harder to get Volunteer Hours but to get observations has been a breeze at times but then there are times when home life gets a bit harder to work around. Still I get out when I can and that is good enough for me. I have been getting a ton of insects and stuff and have been working to get more species and so far exceeding in numbers. I don't really have a set goal for this year. I am just going to be a leaf on the wind and see where things take me this year. It will be quite interesting to see what I turn up for the rest of the year.

Ingresado el 13 de abril de 2021 por galactic_bug_man galactic_bug_man | 4 comentarios | Deja un comentario
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Dragon Search South Australia - good work by divers in 2019, 2020 and 2021

Hi divers,

Thank you for all your work in 2019, 2020, and so far in 2021, to populate this visual database with seadragon records. The photos are very helpful for identification of individual seadragons, and long term monitoring of seadragons across locations in South Australia.

We started the Dragon Search South Australia project page on iNaturalist in 2019, as expansion of the 2013- 2018 pilot project at Rapid Bay, in which we used facial, head and body markers to identify individual seadragons over time. That community based project with the SA diving community provided important information about seadragons, including longevity, breeding frequency, number of broods per season, site residency, and physical damage to seadragons (e.g. appendage loss) over time.

We now have 30 divers adding to this database, and expanding the geographical range of the sightings. Over time, we will be able to learn much more about seadragons in other parts of SA, at sites such as Rosetta Head / Bluff, Second Valley, and Edithburgh. Records are starting to come through from the western part of SA as well, and also from WA. The database will also enable us to keep monitoring the Rapid Bay jetty leafy population. We've recorded some of the same leafies at RBJ for 5 - 8 years so far. Hoping to show that these animals can live for more than 10 years in the wild, as they have done so in aquaria. Our project will also highlight some of the ongoing threatening processes for these unique animals. Now more than ever, we need to support seadragon populations and increase public awareness of their vulnerability.

Please keep adding your records to the project whenever you can, and thanks again for your valuable contributions to long term research and monitoring of these amazing fishes.

We <3 seadragons.

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The patch is growing! Goodbye pink flags.

The plants of the Potrero Hill Eco-Patch have been growing steadily since they were planted during November and December, but over the last few weeks they have really taken off with a brilliant show of flowers and textures. A beautiful display of San Francisco ecology and the hard work of the Potrero Hill neighbors!

At the time of planting, the pink flag identifiers towered above the plants. Lately, many of them have become lost in the sea of growth. Thus over the last few days, Alex has been at work placing the flags in storage for hopefully future iterations. As a result, the garden is really coming alive and the plant mixes are becoming more legible. It's been wonderful to watch these plants grow and learn more about their different stages of growth. Bring on summer!

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Tucson Area City Nature Challenge Events

EVENTS

TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 2021
Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum “Sips with Scientists” Ken-ichi Ueda (co-founder of iNat): https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_o4JBLUWeRIm1mhBDEvvGzQ
Join the Desert Museum's Education Manager, Catherine Bartlett, as she interviews scientists from around the world- and not necessarily about their area of expertise! Be silly. Be surprised. BYOB. This week we’ll meet Ken-ichi Ueda, who co-founded and currently co-directs iNaturalist, a website for nature nerds.
Ken-ichi has been fascinated by nature for as long as he can recall. He used to horrify his mom by waltzing into the house holding snakes and salamanders to show her. Eventually, he translated that love into a degree in biology. Since then, he’s worked as a GIS technician, web developer, and wildlife technician. iNaturalist grew out of the belief that he might not be alone in his desire to combine nature and the Web. iNat has rendered that belief unnecessary. In his spare time, he enjoys watching TV shows with spaceships.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 2021
Arizona Game and Fish Department
Educator Webinar: Citizen Science - The Digital Classroom Gets Outside
https://www.register-ed.com/events/view/167491?fbclid=IwAR0SY-13Ek14rcgyWhKZLqNdN5z5c6aALExIGBzqe683nevojn-ecQxc5X0
Join educators from the Arizona Game and Fish Department as we explore iNaturalist and other digital citizen science tools. Through iNaturalist, educators and students can document animals and plants that they see anywhere in the world, including their own neighborhood. By using existing features within the program, teachers can create class projects that can connect student observations, even if they aren't in the same room! They can even contribute to other projects hosted by both professional and amateur scientists from around the world, such as our upcoming City Nature Challenge.

SATURDAY, MAY 1, 2021
BioBlitz Challenge: Desert Museum Style!
Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum: https://desertmuseum.org/center/edu/bioblitz.php
Facebook event page: https://fb.me/e/1gkNLlvrz

ASSOCIATED PROJECTS

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum: https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/2021-bioblitz-the-desert-museum-in-a-day

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50,000 Track & Sign Observations

All,

I just wanted to let you know that today we surpassed 50,000 track and sign observations in the North American Animal Tracks Database on iNaturalist! Thank you for contributing to this project and helping make it an absolutely incredible resource.

As of now, the database includes observations of 1,232 species from 6,449 people!

Here's how I like to use it as an amazing field guide:

  1. Go to the Animal Tracking Database
  2. Type the name of a species you're interested (e.g., "black bear") into the "Species" field at the top.
  3. On the upper left corner of the map, click "Grid" to view the grid of photos.

And here's the final result (2,291 photos of bear tracks, scat, and sign!)

Thanks again for all your efforts!

Jonah

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2021 City Nature Challenge

Have you heard? April 30 through May 3, the Greater Phoenix Area will participate in the 2021 City Nature Challenge. This is a global effort to observe and document as much urban biodiversity as possible while engaging in community science. Using iNaturalist, anyone can get involved and share observations, anywhere from neighborhoods to local parks. Over 300 cities around the globe participate in this event and every year it gets bigger. This is the first year the Greater Phoenix Area will be part of the international challenge and it is co-organized by the Metro Phoenix EcoFlora, City of Chandler-Community Services and Educating Children Outdoors. We also have many great collaborators joining in on the fun. This is an important event for our state and will highlight the amazing biodiversity we have in the Sonoran Desert. Let's show the world that our desert is not a barren wasteland!

If you are not able to get out and make observations, you're outside of the Greater Phoenix Area, or you enjoy the challenge of identifying species more, you can help identify observations on iNaturalist from May 4-9.

Our neighbors in the Greater Tucson Area are also participating and we will be in a friendly competition together. Winner gets bragging rights! We are super supportive of one another, after all we are both interested in the same goals.

Results of the challenge will be announced on May 10!
There will be prizes given for the most observations made, most species observed and for the top identifier in our area!

Happenings will be added throughout the month of April, so be sure to check the website for the latest updates on webinars, events and trainings. Visit our website.
Click here to join the challenge.
Interested in collaborating with us? Please email greaterphxcnc@googlegroups.com.

While practicing social distancing, wearing a mask and following recommended safety guidelines, the 2021 City Nature Challenge is a great way to spend time and destress while learning about urban biodiversity. Learn more at citynaturechallenge.org/

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WEW wander pre-walk 12April21

I (Bitty Roy) saw 54 species flowering, 24 bird species and two mammals today. I will post all lists here for the WEW wander to access:
bigleaf maple Acer macrophyllum Pursh
Norway maple Acer platanoides L.
meadow foxtail Alopecurus pratensis L.
bur-chervil Anthriscus caucalis M. Bieb.
Madrone Arbutus menziesii Pursh
American wintercress Barbarea orthoceras Ledeb.
English lawn daisy Bellis perennis L.
tall Oregon grape Berberis aquifolium Pursh
field mustard Brassica rapa L.
large camus Camassia leichtlinii (Baker) S. Watson ssp. suksdorfii (Greenm.) Gould
camus Camassia quamash (Pursh) Greene ssp. maxima Gould
European hairy bittercress Cardamine hirsuta L.
spring beauty Cardamine nuttallii Greene
sticky chickweed Cerastium glomeratum Thuill.
small flowered Claytonia parviflora Douglas ex Hook.
miner's lettuce Claytonia perfoliata Donn ex Willd.
Siberian candyflower Claytonia sibirica L.
Scot's broom Cytisus scoparius (L.) Link
orchard grass Dactylis glomerata L.
tall larkspur Delphinium trolliifolium A. Gray
bleeding heart Dicentra formosa (Haw.) Walp.
stork's bill Erodium cicutarium (L.) L'Hér. ex Aiton
giant fawn lily Erythronium oregonum Applegate
chocolate lily Fritillaria affinis (Schult.) Sealy
shining geranium Geranium lucidum L.
hybrid bluebell Hyacinthoides X massartiana
red dead-nettle Lamium purpureum L.
Money plant Lunaria annua L.
large smilacina Maianthemum racemosum (L.) Link ssp. amplexicaule (Nutt.) LaFrankie
wild cucumber Marah oregana (S. Watson) Howell
narrow leaf Montia Montia linearis (Douglas ex Hook.) Greene
grape hyacinth Muscari botryoides (L.) Mill.
small-flowered grovelover Nemophila parviflora Douglas ex Benth. var. parviflora
annual bluegrass Poa annua L.
black cottonwood Populus trichocarpa Torr. & A. Gray
bird cherry Prunus avium (L.) L.
disappointing buttercup Ranunculus uncinatus D. Don
red-flowering current Ribes sanguineum Pursh
sour dock Rumex acetosella L.
dune willow Salix hookeriana Barratt ex Hook.
red willow Salix lasiandra Benth.
Sitka willow Salix sitchensis Sanson ex Bong.
Pacific sanicle Sanicula crassicaulis Poepp. ex DC.
hedge mustard Sisymbrium officinale (L.) Scop.
common chickweed Stellaria media (L.) Vill.
common dandelion Taraxacum officinale Weber ex F.H. Wigg.
fringecup Tellima grandiflora (Pursh) Douglas ex Lindl.
tall western meadowrue Thalictrum polycarpum (Torr.) S. Watson
least hop clover Trifolium dubium Sibth.
subterranean clover Trifolium subterraneum L.
Trillium Trillium ovatum Pursh
dwarf owlclover Triphysaria pusilla (Benth.) T.I. Chuang & Heckard
yellow violet Viola glabella Nutt. ex Torr. & A. Gray

These species were in fruit:
white alder Alnus rhombifolia Nutt.
red alder Alnus rubra Bong.
spring whitlow-grass Draba verna L.
osoberry Oemleria cerasiformis (Torr. & A. Gray ex Hook. & Arn.) J.W. Landon
cherry plum Prunus cerasifera Ehrh.
Siberian elm Ulmus pumila L.

This one was in bud only:
tiny or hairy vetch Vicia hirsuta (L.) Gray

And these were the 25 birds I saw:
Blackbird, red-wing
Bufflehead
Chickadee, black-capped
Creeper, brown
crow, American
duck, ring-necked
Eagle, bald
Flicker
Goose, Canada
Grebe, Pied-billed

Hawk, red-tail
Heron, Great Blue
Hummingbird, Anna's
Jay, California
Kestrel, American
Mallard
Merganser, common
Osprey
Robin, American
Sparrow, Song
Starling, European
Vulture, Turkey
Warbler, orange crowned
Warbler, yellow-rumped "audubon"
Wigeon, American
Wren, Bewick's
We also thought we heard some Meadowlarks, which have been seen there recently

And the two non human and non-human associated mammals:
squirrel, eastern fox
squirrel, western gray

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Join the City Nature Challenge!

Hi everyone,

We're so excited for the Greater Tucson Area to participate for the first time in the City Nature Challenge!

City Nature Challenge 2021 important dates:
Make and share observations: April 30-May 3
Get all your observations uploaded and work on identifying: May 4-9
Results announced: May 10

This year there are over 300 cities participating in the CNC in more than 35 countries. You can see the full city list on the City Nature Challenge website: https://citynaturechallenge.org/. We anticipate that more than 1 million observations of nature in and around these cities will be made and shared by more than more than 40,000 people in the 4 days of the challenge! Here is more information about our local Tucson event, including a Facebook event page you can share: https://pimamasternaturalists.org/community-science/.

You're tagged in this post because you're one of Tucson's observers and/or identifiers, and we hope you're willing to take part in documenting and identifying the incredible biodiversity of our region at the same time as thousands of people around the world are doing this in their home places. You can head out on your own or join in one of the events that will be happening (more are being added too - and let us know if you're interested in hosting your own event!). All your observations made in the Greater Tucson Area during the 4 days of the event will be aggregated in the Arizona umbrella project, as well as the global CNC project. Get ready for some friendly competition between Tucson and Phoenix (you can find the Phoenix project here: https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/city-nature-challenge-2021-greater-phoenix-area

Thanks!

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@andrewcore @stevejones @wolfgangb @aguilita @brdnrdr @ug56bdi @azbirdsandblooms @aidancampos @alanhorstmann @birderjack @alexb0000 @johnascher @cactus-d @micrathene @restringham @dougstotz @tsirtalis @jonnysperling @genehall @danbeckman @mjplagens @cbruner @psweet @catenatus @lsueza @ken_j_allison @elfpocket @jeff_tanner @liamthornebirderboy @animalview29 @austindude @odandno @sganley @chewitt1 @stomlins701 @tfrench @dumplingbug @luke1067 @tlaloc27 @texaskingbird @desertbirder49 @gheaton @tothemax @joecoolbrew @kevinhintsa @ck2az @tristanmcknight @greglasley @marcelo_aranda @finatic @jimjohnson @michael_jacobi @jorgemrida @hrcls_hernandez @sirduckington @caterpillarofsociety @matthias22 @fernsibley @davidemartin @afterlaughter @gcsnelling @jsulzmann @throughthereeds @cheetolord02 @myelaphus @edanko @maxallen @mike_h @arrowheadspiketail58 @sabutaro @nfrancescoj @kschnei @froggy143 @maractwin @joshualincoln @swampster @tularosatabulator @pihlaviita @thebals @fabienpiednoir @hawksthree @nlblock @jasonarizona @dalemeister @opheodrys1 @pedro3111 @varajuan @fogartyf @benmeredyk @hannahfloyd_naturalist

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¡Queremos que licencies tus fotos antes del 15 de Abril!

Nota: esta es un duplicado del post publicación original en ArgentiNat en el blog de iNaturalist, que compartimos en el blog de iNaturalistCL para colaborar con el pedido de iNat.

Dos pilares fundamentales de la misión de iNaturalist (N. del T: red de la que iNatuarlistCL es el nodo para Chile) son fomentar el intercambio de información y mantener la plataforma libre e inclusiva. Si licenciás tu contenido con una licencia de Creative Commons podés contribuir con ambas. Por eso, te recomendamos ir a la configuración de tu cuenta en el sitio web y que cambies tus licencias predeterminadas a cualquiera excepto "No hay licencia (todos los derechos reservados)" y marques las cajas de "Actualizar las existentes" antes del 15 de abril. ¿Por qué? Sigue leyendo abajo...

¿Qué son las licencias y cómo funcionan?

Cuando te unes a iNaturalist, se te muestra la opción "Sí, licenciar mis fotos y observaciones para que puedan ser utilizadas para la ciencia". Seleccionar esta opción pone una licencia Creative Commons (CC BY-NC) por default a tu contenido.

Una licencia es el acuerdo que haces con alguien que quiere usar tu propiedad. Por ley, en la mayoría de los lugares los contenidos como fotos son un tipo de propiedad intelectual y tienes derecho a controlar cómo tus fotos se copian en determinadas situaciones. Las licencias Creative Commons (CC) son un poquito diferentes: son licencias que puedes aplicar permitiendo a cualquiera que use tu propiedad intelectual sin tener que negociar con vos individualmente y sin tener que pagarte, siempre y cuando los términos de la licencia se respeten; por ejemplo, dándote crédito. Esto provee a los creadores de contenido algunos controles legales, mientras que permite a los usuarios de contenido utilizar y remixar ese contenido sin temer acciones legales.}

En iNat, licenciar tus fotos con una licencia CC, permite que los y las investigadores puedan publicar tu foto en un paper describiendo una nueva especie o un fenómeno llamativo. También permite que puedan usar tus fotos y datos en formas que probablemente no requieren una licencia pero donde las leyes en varios lugares son vagos o inconsistentes. Imagina tener que entender las leyes en el país de origen de cada persona individual que aportó cada pieza particular de datos que estás planeando usar en tu investigación. Las licencias CC ayudan a los y las investigadores a evitar ese tipo de dolores de cabeza. Puedes aprender más sobre los diferentes tipos de licencias CC en la configuración de tu cuenta en el sitio web.

Por qué creemos en compartir datos abiertos

Creemos que hacer la información disponible y compatible hace más bien que mal. Específicamente, creemos que la información es más beneficiosa cuando es gratuita y libre de restricciones legales. ¿Alguna vez trataré de buscar algo solamente para encontrar que el trabajo definitivo sobre el asunto está detrás de un costo económico y pensaste "¿Por qué la información científica sólo está disponible para personas con dinero suficiente como para pagar por ella?". Preferimos bastante más la experiencia de buscar información con la que la mayoría de ustedes está más familiarizada: ir a Wikipedia, donde la información es libre de costos y libre de (la mayoría de las) restricciones legales. Pensamos que lo mismo debe aplicar a la información sobre biodiversidad, que es el tipo de información que administramos en iNat, ya seas una adolescente en Nepal, un científico en Sudáfrica, o una administradora de áreas protegidas en Vietnam.

Pero dijimos que pensamos que hace "más bien que mal". ¿Y dónde está lo malo? Lo cierto es que si una adolescente en Nepal puede acceder y usar información, probablemente también pueda hacerlo una corporación multimillonaria en California. Mientras que en el equipo estamos de acuerdo con Wikipedia en permitir que el uso con fines de lucro de la información es algo bueno que puede ayudar a divulgar los beneficios de la información más ampliamente, también sospechamos que la mayoría de las personas que usan iNat no comparten esa creencia. Por esa razón, la licencia por default en iNat es la licencia Creative Commons de Atribución No Comercial (CC BY-NC) que prohíbe el uso comercial.

Sin embargo, queremos pedirte que consideres elegir una licencia más abierta, como la de Atribución (CC BY), o simplemente relegar los derechos del contenido que crees en iNat mediante la dedicación CC0. Esto va a permitir, por ejemplo, que proyectos como Wikipedia puedan usar tus fotos en sus páginas de especies (la cláusula no comercial no permite la reutilización en Wikipedia), o que compañías de ecoturismo intentando salir adelante en una economía post-COVID usen tus imágenes para atraer nuevas posibilidades. Desde ya, si los ingresos que hacés con tus fotos son parte de tu sustento eso no tenga sentido para vos, pero probablemente eso no aplique a la mayoría de las personas en iNat.

Por qué licenciar las fotos ayuda a mantener los costos bajos

A medida que iNaturalist crece, los costos de almacenamiento de imágenes crecen también. Recientemente, iNaturalist pagaba más de u$s 10.000 por mes para almacenar estas imágenes en servidores de Amazon, esperando que estos costos se dupliquen en un par de años bajo la trayectoria de crecimiento de iNat. Esto incluye el costo de almacenamiento de imágenes y costos asociados a enviar las fotos por internet cuando alguien ve o descarga una (ancho de banda).

Por suerte iNaturalist aplicó con éxito al Programa de Sponsoreo de Datos Abiertos de Amazon (AODSP, por sus siglas en inglés), lo que implica que Amazon retirará los costos asociados a fotos con licencia. Es importante destacar que nada cambia respecto a la disponibilidad de datos y fotos, o sobre la compañía que los está alojando (iNaturalist ya aloja todo su contenido en Amazon). Este programa sólo hace un poco más sencillo acceder a estas fotos y sus datos asociados, y Amazon absorbe los costos por los mismos. Si logramos que más usuarios de iNaturalist licencien sus fotos, podremos reducir los costos en cientos de miles de dólares en los próximos años.

¡Queremos pedirte que consideres licenciar tus fotos antes del 15 de abril!

Aunque sospechamos que algunos y algunas de ustedes han elegido no licenciar sus imágenes a pesar de las ventajas descritas más arriba, sospechamos que muchos y muchas lo lo hicieron solamente porque no estaban al tanto de cómo funcionan. Si sos una de esas personas, por favor, ingresá a la configuración de tu cuenta en el sitio web y cambiá tu licencia default de fotos a cualquiera que no sea "No hay una licencia (todos los derechos reservados") y marcá la caja "Actualizar las fotos existentes con la licencia que escogí" antes de guardar los cambios.

¿Por qué antes del 15 de abril? Por dos razones: la primera, iNaturalist está lanzando oficialmente su inscripción en el AODSP el 15 de abril, por lo que cambiar las licencias hasta esa fecha va a asegurar que tus fotos se incluyan en este set de datos abiertos. En segundo lugar, mover las fotos requiere cierto proceso y nos gustaría poder hacerlo antes de entrar demasiado en la ola de la primavera en América del Norte, que es la temporada más activa en iNaturalist.

Actualmente, cerca del 66% de las fotos de iNaturalist están licenciadas. Nos encantaría poder aumentar a un 75% u 85% con tu ayuda antes del 15 de abril, para ayudarnos a cubrir costos y expandir los beneficios de iNaturalist más ampliamente.

Como el foro de iNaturalist tiene mejores herramientas para moderar y facilitar discusiones complejas, hemos deshabilitado los comentarios en esta publicación, pero creamos un hilo de compañía en el foro. Te invitamos a dejar ahí tus comentarios o preguntas.

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Themanummer van bijen- en wespentijdschrift Hymenovaria over bijen in steden en dorpen.

Een themanummer van bijen- en wespentijdschrift Hymenovaria over bijen in steden en dorpen. In maar liefst 160 pagina’s komen zeer uiteenlopende onderwerpen aan bod, verdeeld over de categorieën Tuinen, Steden, Onderwijs en educatie en Beheer. Artikelen gaan in op historie, soortenrijkdom en aangepast beheer voor bijen en onderzoek aan wilde bijen door liefhebbers en beroepsonderzoekers. Een echte schatkist van inspiratie voor iedereen die meer wil weten over bijen in stedelijke omgeving, en vooral voor wie daadwerkelijk aan de slag wil!

Download hieronder het volledige nummer of per artikel:


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La tángara y la flor

Cuando tengo tiempo libre, me gusta mucho “hojear” a través de Naturalista, viendo qué aves, qué mariposas, qué hongos, qué plantas, qué ranas, etc., se han observado en las más variadas localidades de Colombia. No sólo es posible descubrir registros interesantes o aprender más sobre algún organismo que uno no conocía. También, en algunos casos, es posible “tejer” relaciones entre especies.

Un ejemplo es la siguiente observación de la tángara rastrojera (Stilpnia vitriolina) hecha por @amesac en Bello, Antioquia: https://colombia.inaturalist.org/observations/14576354

En ella no sólo es posible apreciar a esta hermosa ave, propia de los valles interandinos de Colombia y el norte de Ecuador. También se observa que, además de su dieta habitual de frutos e insectos, también consume néctar de algunas flores. La extraña flor a la que se acerca y mete su pico en la segunda foto de este registro es la de un zapote (Matisia cordata), un árbol frutal poco conocido fuera de los trópicos, pero muy cultivado en las fincas de clima caliente y templado de Colombia. Las flores de esta y de otras especies de Matisia atraen no sólo abejas y colibríes, sino también una variedad de aves coloridas e incluso a algunos mamíferos.

Es, junto con otras especies como mangos, guayabos, chachafrutos y guamos, una de las especies útiles para cultivar en regiones cálidas y montañas hasta 1500 m de elevación. Así no sólo se producen frutas comestibles, sino también se atrae a una variedad de especies de fauna nativa a las fincas.

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IT'S TONIGHT!!!

Dr. King-Lou James Hung will be giving a lecture through Cabrillo National Monument. 6:30pm.
RSVP at this link: https://cnmf.org/events/
And Cabrillo National Monument is bringing the focus on our little friends this year with the POLLINATORPALOOZA, a bioblitz aiming to identify plants and pollinators from March to September 2021!
So come visit the park and start "the hunt" with your cameras! The park will feature one observation every week on its social media platforms. It could be yours!
Bioblitz info here: https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/2021-pollinatorpalooza-at-cabrillo-national-monument

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IT'S TONIGHT!!!

Dr. King-Lou James Hung will be giving a lecture through Cabrillo National Monument. 6:30pm.
RSVP at this link: https://cnmf.org/events/
And Cabrillo National Monument is bringing the focus on our little friends this year with the POLLINATORPALOOZA, a bioblitz aiming to identify plants and pollinators from March to September 2021!
So come visit the park and start "the hunt" with your cameras! The park will feature one observation every week on its social media platforms. It could be yours!
Bioblitz info here: https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/2021-pollinatorpalooza-at-cabrillo-national-monument

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Welcome!

Hi, my name is Anna Soper! I've created this project to capture current observations of species collected by Catharine McGill (Kate) Crooks in 1859-1865. Crooks was a member of the Botanical Society of Canada, and, with her brother-in-law, published a list of roughly 500 plants in southwestern Ontario! Her specimen collection was displayed in the Canadian pavilion at the 1862 International Exhibition in London, England. Curiously, these specimens do not appear to have survived the many years since her premature death, in 1871. Today, there is one known specimen attributed to Kate Crooks; a single cutting of Sabatia angularis, held at McGill University Herbarium.

You can read more about Crooks' life and work in my story for Atlas Obscura: https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/botanist-ontario-kate-crooks. And check out my website, www.annasoper.ca.

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IT'S TONIGHT!!!

Our own Dr. King-Lou James Hung will be giving a lecture through Cabrillo National Monument. 6:30pm.
RSVP at this link: https://cnmf.org/events/
And Cabrillo National Monument is bringing the focus on our little friends this year with the POLLINATORPALOOZA, a bioblitz aiming to identify plants and pollinators from March to September 2021!
So come visit the park and start "the hunt" with your cameras! The park will feature one observation every week on its social media platforms. It could be yours!
Bioblitz info here: https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/2021-pollinatorpalooza-at-cabrillo-national-monument

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