hmheinz

Unido: 20.ene.2020 Última actividad: 21.jun.2024 iNaturalist

Evolutionary biologist by training, educator by passion. Interested in almost everything, but especially reptiles (non-avian and avian). Willing to contort body to get camera closer for a better photo. He/they

The majority of my recent observations occurred on the ancestral and ongoing homelands and waters of the Coastal Salish peoples, particularly the spuyaləpabš (Puyallup), bəqəlšuł (Muckleshoot), dxʷdəwʔabš (Duwamish), and Nisqually peoples.

I deeply appreciate those experts (academic, professional, or hobbyist) who actively identify records on iNaturalist, including my own. I have learned so much from your generosity, and continue to learn. Thank you!

Most of my identifications to iNaturalist records are categorizing untagged/unclassified observations to high taxonomic levels. I hope that these records will see some attention from experts rather than disappearing into the very large "unknown taxon" haystack. See Identification Etiquette on iNaturalist: https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/identification-etiquette-on-inaturalist-wiki/1503

"Any day you see a mammal is a good day." - Dr. Bill Teska

Northwest Wildflowers: https://nwwildflowers.com/

Identifying common North American orbweavers from the ventral side: https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/identifying-common-orbweavers-from-the-underside-wiki/275

Searchable feather atlas of North American birds: https://www.fws.gov/lab/featheratlas/idtool.php

Documenting mushrooms: https://www.inaturalist.org/posts/3531-documenting-mushrooms

Documenting plants: https://www.segrasslands.org/recording-species-in-inat-website

Trillium ovatum and relatives: https://docs.google.com/document/d/19Z8dFHkZB6kCNTbEQfZ0SAtWzmkDmefJdOHiXmbbaMY/edit?usp=sharing

A Bug Photographer's Guide to Critical Images Needed for Identification: https://bugguide.net/node/view/258535

Genus Taraxacum in British Columbia: https://cdnsciencepub.com/doi/full/10.1139/cjb-2018-0094#.XMtI6jBKjIV

PNW mushroom pictorial key: https://www.alpental.com/psms/

Tadpole and frog egg ID: https://infinitespider.com/introduction-to-tadpoles-and-id/

Identifying WA state amphibians and their egg masses: https://wdfw.wa.gov/sites/default/files/2020-05/amphibian__eggmass_lesson.pdf

PNW Trilliums: https://s3.wp.wsu.edu/uploads/sites/2079/2014/02/Trillium.pdf

Hopper insects of North Carolina: https://auth1.dpr.ncparks.gov/bugs/index.php

Ichneumonids of North America: https://ichsofna.org/Ichneumoninae/guide.html

Getting Oaks identified: https://www.inaturalist.org/journal/jeffdc/67593-getting-an-oak-identified

PNW Shells and Marine Life: https://www.bily.com/pnwsc/web-content/Northwest-Shells.html

Reptiles of Ecuador: https://www.reptilesofecuador.com/index.html#species_list

PNW Moths: http://pnwmoths.biol.wwu.edu/browse/

PNW Sculpins: https://molamarine.com/assets/images/sculpins%20311.pdf

PNW Flatfishes: https://molamarine.com/assets/images/flatfish%20made%20easy.pdf

Invertebrates of the Salish Sea https://inverts.wallawalla.edu/

Key to the Eleodes Species of the United States and Canada: https://www.inaturalist.org/journal/eleodesthermopolis/88702-v2-5-a-key-to-the-eleodes-species-of-the-united-states-and-canada

Bryophyte Fauna of North America: https://www.mobot.org/plantscience/bfna/bfnamenu.htm

It is my wish that all of the content I have contributed to iNaturalist remain on the site after my death.

Ver todas