Diario del proyecto Flora of the Cape Peninsula

25 de noviembre de 2022

Some quick keys and IDs.

Short notes for identifying the smaller genera..

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23 de noviembre de 2022

Identifications Needed: Please help!

At present, the Cape Peninsula Plants comprise:

  • 68% Research Grade observations
  • 32% Need IDs
    This out of 271,000 observations of 3897 plant species.

Please help
To clear the outstanding IDs.
Use this link and insert your favour family or genus, and help us clear the backlog. (& remember new observations are arriving all the time.
Need ID to species level:(54,500 observations)
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/identify?project_id=flora-of-the-cape-peninsula&lrank=subsection&place_id=any

Identified to species, but need confirmation: (32,400 observations)
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/identify?project_id=flora-of-the-cape-peninsula&hrank=species&place_id=any

And these plants dont even know what families they belong to: (6,900 observations)
Please push them to family for the specialists to get their teeth into. Just do the ones that you know and skip the rest.
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/identify?project_id=flora-of-the-cape-peninsula&lrank=epifamily&place_id=any

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Wanted: Dead or Alive - Quests!

Please help us monitor our threatened species. Specific ones are detailed below.

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Other projects from the Cape Peninsula

There are many projects on the Cape Peninsula flora: some are listed below.

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