Turning a New "Leaf" and Heading to the Pines

This week I ventured to the historic Boston College Pine Tree Reserve with the goal of capturing a variety of plant life. While I was unable to find any non vascular plants, I was able to find seedless Vascular plants, angiosperms, and gymnosperms. The variety of plant life was quite remarkable in such a small area. I even saw a bee pollinating an angiosperms dispersing its gametes. The peaceful and quiet vibes of the pine reserve are what makes it such an amazing experience to be one with nature. I had a great time on this past weeks nature walk and look forward to the next one.

Posted on October 20, 2021 02:26 PM by mattwright12 mattwright12 | 5 observations | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Genus Coprinellus Research

Coprinoid fungi are a very important group of macrofungi and now it is currently divided into four new groups: Coprinus, Coprinopsis, Coprinellus, and Parasola. In the genus Coprinellus, there are approximately 80 species within the lineage of Psathyrellaceae. These mushrooms are common saprotrophs, meaning these organisms feeds on nonliving organic matter, detritus. New species are constantly being found, including 18 new coprinoid mushrooms which have been reported in Pakistan. Coprinellus are not poisonous itself, but the species produces the compound coprine, which interferes with alcohol detoxification processes.

Posted on October 20, 2021 01:55 PM by victoriasavenok victoriasavenok | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Actualización del Proyecto

Este es el nuevo proyecto de la Reserva
Están todos invitados a participar.
Saludos

Posted on October 20, 2021 12:38 PM by lartundo lartundo | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Join CREW Bioblitzing!

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Домашнее задание №3 (по лекции от 20.10.2021 г.)

Уважаемые слушатели!

Освоение модуля массовой загрузки наблюдений через сайт (браузерную версию) iNaturalist - главная задача этого домашнего задания. Прежде, чем начать это домашнее задание, вы должны сделать домашнее задание №1 (регистрация) и домашнее задание №2 (тест по GBIF).


1) Вам предстоит самостоятельно сделать несколько наблюдений (минимум 5, но лучше "с запасом") в течение одной короткой самостоятельной экскурсии. Не загружайте их на iNaturalist с помощью приложения!!! Каждому из вас предстоит освоить модуль массовой заливки наблюдений через сайт.

2) Требования к наблюдениям:

  • каждое наблюдение должно быть подтверждено минимум двумя (можно больше) фотографиями одного и того же организма, которые сделаны в одном месте в одно время (т.е. подряд) - это могут разные ракурсы или разные органы, общий вид зарослей;
  • каждое наблюдение должно быть сделано вами в период с 21 по 26 октября (с четверга по вторник);
  • каждое наблюдение не должно документировать культурные растения / домашних животных.

3) Далее строго следуйте инструкции в этом посте: https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/kiber-mfk-mgu-osen-2021-g/journal/58491-massovaya-zagruzka-nablyudeniy-cherez-sayt-instruktsiya . Этот же порядок действий описан во второй лекции с 56:30 до 1:01:00. Вторая лекция уже опубликована на нашем канале: https://youtu.be/kZTALhWBTks . Обратите внимание на проверку геоданных с помощью карты при загрузке. Это материал третьей лекции.

4) Проверка домашнего задания: в течение недели мы смотрим в фоновом режиме ваши наблюдения, пишем комментарии, на которые нужно реагировать. Утром в среду 27.10.2021 формируется выгрузка (файл csv) с наблюдениями за последнюю неделю, в котором как минимум 5 ваших наблюдений должны будут удовлетворять следующим требованиям: сделаны в разное время в один день; иметь статус "Требуется идентификация" или "Исследовательский уровень"; дата и время загрузки с точностью до минуты совпадают (доказательство использования метода массовой загрузки); вы должны быть автором первого определения; в паспорте наблюдения отсутствуют метки использования приложений ("Это наблюдение было создано с использованием: iNaturalist iPhone (или Android) App").

5) Таким образом у КАЖДОГО слушателя МФК к лекции №4 должно быть как минимум 5 наблюдений, сделанных по правилам этого домашнего задания. Это домашнее задание будет трудно выполнить накануне лекции (во вторник вечером или утром в среду), поэтому не забудьте о нём в течение недели.


Напоминаю, что любые действия по подлогу данных (изменение даты и времени фотографий; загрузка чужих фотографий; загрузка фотографий одного наблюдения по отдельности для накрутки счётчика) легко выявляются и влекут немедленное удаление из проекта.


Домашнее задание досрочно зачтено участникам, освоившим модуль массовой загрузки самостоятельно (по итогам анализа текущей csv-выгрузки проекта):

@alexandra_shatunina
@alina_bryleva
@anya_malchenkova
@barbashin_daniil
@denis_trunin
@dmitriy_abramov
@ekaterina_dolgushina
@ekaterina_greshnikova
@eugenia_urusova
@khanyuy_chzhan
@kiseliov_evgenii
@larina_arina
@lina_desnitskaya
@menjiao_guo
@nikita_krupenikov
@pokrov_sky
@sofia_nasimova
@valeria_serdyuk
@valeriia_milkina
@vladislav_orekhov

Эти слушатели могут продолжать наблюдения до лекции №4 по собственному желанию и загружать их любым удобным способом.


Начинаем запоминать самые обычные растения, снятые вами. Просьба постараться не фотографировать следующие виды, по которым накоплено уже больше всего студенческих данных:

Urtica dioica (Крапива двудомная)
Artemisia vulgaris (Полынь обыкновенная)
Achillea millefolium (Тысячелистник обыкновенный)
Lamium album (Яснотка белая)
Sonchus oleraceus (Осот огородный).

Если вы их случайно на следующей неделе сфотографируете и загрузите, ничего страшного в этом нет (ни в коем случае не удаляйте эти снимки) - просто поучитесь их распознавать.

Posted on October 20, 2021 11:10 AM by apseregin apseregin | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Milkcaps

Milkcaps are a species of gilled mushrooms that ooze a white "milk" when damaged. Though edible, the milkcap is not recommended to be eaten report that there is mild digestive discomfort because of a distinctly hot "peppery" spice that it has. When eaten raw, the mushroom is known to be an irritant rather than poisonous. In Eastern Europe, the milkcap is often dried and ground to a powder used sparingly as a spice.

Posted on October 20, 2021 10:03 AM by jamiexie jamiexie | 1 observation | 0 comments | Leave a comment

GREAT SOUTHERN BIOBLITZ STARTS IN TWO DAYS

Check out our latest promotional video about the GSB and how to get involved.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gSPZgSGiiIA

@williamsmoths @reedmetz @silversea_starsong @w_martin @jeff_melvaine @kristy50 @lorrainecphelan @spacegecko @jeff_melvaine @melwood @angem @aldopenbrook @geelong-nature-nerd @grace_sibley @michael1922 @crimsonwookiee @garry34 @talus1972 @russellbest @martinlagerwey @abaddon @jansutton @russell115 @thunder-child @reiner @torhek @wanderingandwilderness @slsfirefight @andill @andrew_allen @boykett @edted @sanguinedragonflye @blaise_o @ernewton @kenharris @nickstando @kb_3550 @lachieforbes @tayloab @dangernoodlec137 @mickramsey @kerriej @melissa-morrison @nicolekearney @al1 @jasonmcc @parksvictoria @raggedeagle @rbshe @elusiveorchids @jdagg @lurlzz @rogstanden @chrisclarke25 @indrabone @jarrad1 @jdcamilleri82 @jmpriest5 @joy20 @kg140 @lenkaschirmer @marie_bonne @noseymosey @psycore @stemstemmer @andyfrank @aspacelobster @aussiecreature @blaise_o_leary @claedo @isabella150 @johnlenagan @nomesdoak @ohlincha @owenlishmund @philippe314 @rebekaaah @rubyredtuesday @alanam @blai @carly1988 @dancg @deluxe @elainewilliams @georectified @homegrown3556 @jessicaloulawrence @jessie208 @johnireland @marsusram @raimiller97 @saprosbro @tleitch @acwright @adamaus @amba @andrewacton @ashplantwitch @aussiebleeder @beau_meister @benanna @calamanthus @carranya @catloverdovey @chrislindorff @cveld @danielashdown @duke_n @eamw @eileen64 @elisabethshapiro @graemelunt @johnboy @jtee @kathrynstan @manderson80 @marika454 @mason87 @mattronsh @nicole07070707 @regnans @scootacamerons @stanley8m @warramaba @abirm @adindris @alisonwatson @ambikab @andrew1434 @anita379 @annz_ @arthur296 @awiddis @ayesha @billelder @bio327 @birdie-buddy @brandle @brendonwhitmore @brigid13 @bunyip @cap @cassie163 @cathal1 @chandes @clarkey @cmnoel @craig66 @david-francis44 @dfraser85 @eliap @emma1115 @ethan_lee @fatdentist @gabriel_tillman @gecko9 @gemma74 @georgina_goddard @gracinda1 @hamster1067 @heritagefutures @jagos @jameskdouch @jarrod30 @jess446 @jessica_laura

Posted on October 20, 2021 09:30 AM by aldopenbrook aldopenbrook | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Join Magriet Brink and Bioblitz our Biosphere!

If you would like to join Magriet Brink on her outing/s please contact her via WhatsApp for details: +27 72 921 1757

Friday afternoon 22nd October
Kleinmond mountain below Jean's Hill with Strandlopers eco group (tbc)

Saturday 23rd October
Kleinmond coastal, plots, sidewalks and garden

Sunday 24th October
Vogelgat 9am - 2pm

Monday 25th October
Kleinmond mountains contour path and beyond with Vic and Kleinmond kiekieklub

Posted on October 20, 2021 08:38 AM by sandyi sandyi | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Silverleaf Fungus Chondrostereum purpureum

I chose to discuss the Silverleaf Fungus Chondrostereum purpureum, a prevalent fungal disease. There are many symptoms to indicate if a plant is infected by Silverleaf fungus. The first sign is the presence of a silver sheen on the leaves of trees. The silver sheen appears when the epidermis (the outermost cell layer of the plant body) of a leaf splits from the rest of the leaf, changing the way the leaf reflects light. Brown, dead patches may also appear on the silvery leaves.

Additionally, another is dark staining just beneath the bark of branches. This staining can extend for several inches. Eventually, the reproductive structures of fungus that produce the disease (e.g., the white-edged, purple-brown, shelf-like conks) will start to appear on the branches or trunks of the trees.

During wet seasons in the autumn and spring, conks release the spores of fungus and enter trees through pruning scars or open wounds (such as wounds caused by branches breaking during severe storms or heavy, wet spring snow). The fungus invades the xylem (the water-conducting tissue) of the branches, its presence in the xylem produces the dark staining previously mentioned. The fungus then releases a toxin that moves up into the leaves, causing the epidermis to separate, resulting in the appearance of silver sheen on the leaves of trees. Eventually, wood in branches begins to deteriorate. (Silver leaf disease, 1942)

Silver leaf disease. (1942). Nature, 149(3788), 635–635. https://doi.org/10.1038/149635e0

Posted on October 20, 2021 06:10 AM by layanaljandan layanaljandan | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Join Jenny Parsons and Bioblitz our Biosphere!

If you are keen to join Jenny Parsons on one of her outings, please contact her on jennyparsons.63@gmail.com for details:

Friday 22 Oct
Birding & botanising Rooiels to Palmiet Sewage works (includes Harold Porter & Penguins) from 8am.

Saturday 23 Oct
Birding and botanising Kleinmond to Arabella 07:30- 13:00

Botanising at Buffelstal (old Somchem Nature Reserve area at the dam) 14:00 - 17:00

Sunday 24 Oct
Botanising Brodie Link corridor and in and around Pringle Bay 09:00 - 12:00 targeting specific species

Monday 25 Oct
Arabella Estate & surrounds 09:00 - 12:00

Posted on October 20, 2021 05:55 AM by sandyi sandyi | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Rachael's Journal Entry on Fungi

The fungi species that I chose is Mycena galericulata. It is a commonly called the late fall polypore and bucket fungi, which is an edible mushroom. It is thought to be the tastiest when it is smaller, because it has more water concentration and will get hardened once it grows bigger. There are also researches showing that it could possibly have an effect on inhibiting tumor growth and cancer. Other fungi species in the same family also have the usage of helping the human immune system, for example, healing wounds.

Posted on October 20, 2021 05:45 AM by rachaelmin rachaelmin | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Turkey Tail (Trametes versicolor)

Trametes versicolor or Coriolus versicolor’s (commonly known as Turkey tail fungus) name makes reference to its multicoloured rings. It is thin and its texture and colours resemble that of tree bark. This particular fungi is a mushroom, and grows year-round on dead or downed trees. It is most notable for its medicinal properties. According to (Pop et al. 2018), turkey tails have strong antioxidant properties, particularly helpful in reducing free radicals and other culprits caused by cancer development, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular and neurodegenerative disorders, etc., which typically worsen the toll of the diseases and lead to associated diseases. For this reason immunopotentiators from turkey tails are implemented alongside chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatments against cancers and other diseases, as reported by (Cui et al. 2003).

Cui, J., & Chisti, Y. (2003). Polysaccharopeptides of Coriolus versicolor: Physiological activity, uses, and production. Biotechnology Advances, 21(2), 109–122. https://doi.org/10.1016/s0734-9750(03)00002-8
Pop, R. M., Puia, I. C., Puia, A., Chedea, V. S., Leopold, N., Bocsan, I. C., & Buzoianu, A. D. (2018). Characterization of Trametes versicolor: Medicinal Mushroom with Important Health Benefits. Notulae Botanicae Horti Agrobotanici Cluj-Napoca, 46(2), 343-349. https://doi.org/10.15835/nbha46211132
(Sorry, I'm not sure how to add a hanging indent on iNaturalist)

Posted on October 20, 2021 05:33 AM by ania33 ania33 | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Trametes Versicolor; Turkey-tail

Trametes Versicolor or commonly known as Turkey-tail is a tree rot that can be found throughout the world and have been used by humans for centuries for their medicinal properties, with cancer-fighting properties being claimed and studied. Through my research I learnt that this species of fungus degrades lignin and other aromatic pollutants. The specific research paper I found focused on how copper and nitrogen limit the amount of laccase that is produced which is now being recognized to play a significant role in the degradation of the previously mentioned compounds. Another source showed that Trametes Versicolor may have aflatoxin inhibition abilities, which is a toxin produced from a mold that can grow on pet food and potentially cause illness and death when ingested.

Posted on October 20, 2021 05:27 AM by anjamarx anjamarx | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Sunday Field Trip - Uriarra Loop Walk 11am

On Sunday a few of us will be heading to Uriarra to do the Uriarra Loop and Shepherd's Lookout walk, and see what we can spot out there!

We will be following the walk instructions found here:https://australianhiker.com.au/trails/uriarra-loop-shepherds-lookout-act-9-1km/

Park at Shepherds Lookout Carpark on Stockdill Dr near Holt, and we'll meet at the lookout itself.

Walk will start at 11am and hopefully wrap up around 3pm (depending how much there is to see!)

Bring lunch and dress for potential rain. Remember masks are mandatory.

Posted on October 20, 2021 05:05 AM by claudiarose claudiarose | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Rainy BioBlitz Weekend!

Hey everyone,

It's looking a bit rainy this weekend.

Here are some ideas to get the most of the BioBlitz without getting soaked.

Firstly, remember that you're #NeverHomeAlone and you might be able to spot bugs or spiders around the house! There is a cool project on iNaturalist documenting species we share our houses with: "Never Home Alone: The Wild Life of Homes · iNaturalist" https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/never-home-alone-the-wild-life-of-homes

Kick off with #5onFriday , aim to get at least 5 observations uploaded to iNaturalist on Friday. This can be in your yard or across the road, no need to go on a hike!

Saturday night is #MothNight , leave a porch light on for an hour or two or try setting up a night sheet. You will probably get some visitors despite the rain. Or maybe you'll see some slugs and snails! Join the project to share what you see: "Moth Night 2021 -A Great Southern Bioblitz Project · iNaturalist Australia" https://inaturalist.ala.org.au/projects/moth-night-2021-a-great-southern-bioblitz-project

On Sunday we are encouraged to #ShakeATree (put a sheet or white tray underneath and see what bugs fall out!). However if it's a bit wet to be shaking foliage, you could try grabbing a handful of soil or mulch from the garden and looking through it on a tray inside to see if you can spot worms, earwigs, slaters or other critters. Pop them back in the garden after their photoshoot.

Finally Monday is time to #ListenAndSee. Try uploading an audio recording of something you hear, maybe frogs are out after the rain or crickets are calling? Also try grabbing a pair of binoculars or a magnifying glass for a different perspective, and upload something you've never seen before!

Posted on October 20, 2021 05:04 AM by claudiarose claudiarose | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Weed alert - be on the lookout for this invasive weed - Aristea ecklonii, Blue Stars

It is now in our area!!! (link to photo below)
Blue Stars, an invasive weed from African continent, is a member of the Iris family. Still sold by nurseries because no government has listed it as a pest, it is a new dangerous class of shade-tolerant invasive species.
Outbreaks are causing concern as it produces masses of seed that spread by overland water flow, wind, machinery or on boots of walkers. It may also be spread by animals either ingesting the fruits or catching seeds on their feathers or fur. It grows in shade and can produce a dense ground cover under native forest or shrubland thus preventing regeneration of the native plants. It produces rhizomes that help the plant survive adverse conditions. These rhizomes produce new shoots when conditions are favourable, and can also produce a dense mat of fine fibrous roots.

Control: Aristea ecklonii is susceptible to glyphosate but indications are that the rhizome is not killed and resprouting from the rhizome occurs. Experiments are underway using different concentrations of glyphosate, with and without metsulfuran methyl, and using different application methods. When digging up plants, make sure to remove all of the rhizome. As an interim control measure, remove flowers and fruits between Spring and Autumn before fruits open.

Link to photos and removal techniques https://springbrookrescue.org.au/AristeaEcklonii.html
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/66585783

Posted on October 20, 2021 04:53 AM by barv barv | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Saffron Crep (Crepidotus crocophyllus)

The Crepidotus crocophyllus (AKA the saffron crep) gets the name "crocophyllus" from its saffron-coloured gills, which are quite prominent especially when the mushroom is young (Volk & Palmer, 2007). This fungus usually grows on old, rotten logs that dry out easily (Volk & Palmer, 2007). This means that despite their small, delicate mushrooms, they must have strong mycelia to be able to withstand these dry conditions. Humans don't have many uses for the Crepidotus crocophyllus - it isn't edible (although it isn't poisonous either) and has no other significant uses (Volk & Palmer, 2007). However, its bright colour does make it one of the prettier fungi to look at.

Posted on October 20, 2021 04:51 AM by maria_cabral maria_cabral | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Lab 5 Journal Entry

During Lab 5, I observed the fungus Pleurotus pulmonarius, or summer oyster mushrooms. These mushrooms grow between late April and September, as opposed to "true" oyster mushrooms, which are one of the few fungi that grow during the winter months. They can be found in subtropical as well as temperate forests around the world. They grow on both downed and upright trees, as well as on branches. They are most commonly found on beech trees but will grow on any hardwood tree. Summer oyster mushrooms are edible, and are the most popular mushroom in China (Barba Belletini, 2016). Summer oyster mushrooms have a white, convex cap that runs between three and 10 centimeters across, with short white gills running down the stem.

Posted on October 20, 2021 04:38 AM by lakedegall lakedegall | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Текущий статус выполнения домашнего задания №2 (20.10.2021)

Уважаемые слушатели!

Это текущий статус выполнения второго домашнего задания (тест) с помощью автоматических инструментов (на 10:20 MSK 20 октября). Для опоздавших и ошибшихся: приём ответов пока открыт.

Ответов: 343.

Ответили: 296 студентов (при повторной отправке учитывается только последний ответ).

Очень важно: пишите свои ники на iNaturalist только строчными буквами (vladislav_orekhov, а не Vladislav_Orekhov), иначе не происходит автоматическое тэгирование. Некоторые в принципе не смогли написать свой ник без ошибок. Мы не готовы исправлять ваши ники вручную.

Стандартные ошибки в ответах:
1) не разобрались с фильтрами;
2) не ввели ORCID или ИСТИНУ, указали фейковый ORCID или просто написали "да".

Стандартные ошибки в заполнении:
1) обрезка цифр при копировании из GBIF;
2) оставлены разряды;
3) отправка за себя и потом ещё за кого-то (с того же IP, с того же устройства, с того же гуглопрофиля и всё это с теми же ошибками) - шокирующая информационная грамотность.

В списках даны дата и время присылки последнего ответа.

Сделали домашнее задание верно (212 студентов):

@aleksandr_koneev 19.10.2021 22:58
@aleksandr_stepanov 19.10.2021 14:17
@aleksandra_dobretsova 19.10.2021 20:55
@aleksandra_kozlovskaya 20.10.2021 8:40
@alena_grosheva 19.10.2021 23:09
@alesia_boiko 19.10.2021 20:59
@alex_dyubanov 19.10.2021 17:15
@alexander_chuiko 19.10.2021 20:43
@alexander_prozorov 19.10.2021 20:14
@alexander_skvortsov 18.10.2021 15:40
@alexander_yakovenko 18.10.2021 23:29
@alexander_zhernenkov 19.10.2021 21:27
@alexandr_bogdanov 19.10.2021 23:00
@alexandr_tausenev 18.10.2021 22:35
@alexey_korolev 18.10.2021 15:39
@alina_alexandrova 16.10.2021 18:37
@alina_bryleva 17.10.2021 16:13
@alina-bogatyreva 19.10.2021 14:55
@alla_trusova 19.10.2021 23:27
@amir_kaniev 18.10.2021 15:57
@anastasia_barsukova 16.10.2021 19:55
@anastasia_masalceva 20.10.2021 0:35
@anastasia_tikhanova 19.10.2021 22:48
@anastasiia_pashkova 18.10.2021 19:57
@anastasiya_mikhaylova_326 19.10.2021 22:51
@anastasiya_oktyabrskaya_kisnichan 19.10.2021 21:16
@anastasiya_zakusina 16.10.2021 23:04
@anastasya_safronova 19.10.2021 14:47
@anatoly_vorobiev 20.10.2021 6:26
@andrew_moskalenko 19.10.2021 18:03
@anna_babenko 19.10.2021 21:19
@anna_erokhina 20.10.2021 1:44
@anna_mukhina 19.10.2021 23:11
@anna_parkhaeva 20.10.2021 10:14
@anna_pribolovets 20.10.2021 0:21
@anna_rumyantseva 18.10.2021 2:10
@anna_vystavkina 17.10.2021 22:47
@annalyamina 18.10.2021 17:52
@anton_tananykin 17.10.2021 13:37
@anya_malchenkova 19.10.2021 13:01
@arina_savelieva 19.10.2021 22:39
@arina_shchelokova 16.10.2021 22:13
@arina_sheina 19.10.2021 19:21
@balashov_egor 18.10.2021 16:09
@barbashin_daniil 17.10.2021 19:10
@Bin_Chen 19.10.2021 23:56
@bondar_zlata 18.10.2021 15:09
@braulov_pavel 17.10.2021 11:05
@celikov_ivan 20.10.2021 2:46
@daniil_konkov 19.10.2021 15:17
@daniil_zhitlovskiy 19.10.2021 22:34
@danil_karmanov 19.10.2021 23:30
@danil_zherikhov 17.10.2021 15:55
@daria_bahtina 19.10.2021 22:48
@daria_zaklyakova 19.10.2021 11:37
@denis_skvortsov 20.10.2021 2:09
@denis_trunin 13.10.2021 20:03
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Сделали с ошибками (83 студента) - надо отправить ответы еще раз:

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Внимательно прочитайте второе домашнее задание ещё раз (https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/kiber-mfk-mgu-osen-2021-g/journal/57868-domashnee-zadanie-2-po-lektsii-ot-13-10-2021-g )! Его можно корректно выполнить только в браузерной версии iNaturalist (https://www.inaturalist.org ).



Короткий чеклист накануне третьей лекции. Для вас доступны два варианта.


ВАРИАНТ 1.

Обязательное:

1) вы должны проверить корректность своей записи в списке слушателей курса (https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/kiber-mfk-mgu-osen-2021-g/journal/58670-spisok-slushateley-kursa );
2) вы должны посмотреть лекции №1 и №2 на YouTube (если отсутствовали на занятиях);
3) у вас должно быть выполнено домашнее задание №1;
4) у вас должно быть выполнено домашнее задание №2.

Рекомендуемое:

1) у вас уже сделаны наблюдения, загруженные на iNaturalist через приложение или сайт;
2) вы уже подписались на наш канал в YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHzfr7QGm9spqs93qGzQihA), чтобы получать ссылки на лекции автоматически.


ВАРИАНТ 2.

Обязательное:

Записаться на другой МФК по искусственному интеллекту, обратившись к ответственному на своём факультете.

Рекомендуемое:

Записаться на другой МФК по искусственному интеллекту, обратившись к ответственному на своём факультете.

Posted on October 20, 2021 04:25 AM by apseregin apseregin | 3 comments | Leave a comment

Plants

This walk was one of my most enjoyable ones. It was pretty cold but I had my coat so I was comfortable and it was quite calming. I started off deciding from many organisms how I was going to begin and that's when I saw a maple tree. I struggled to find the best angle to take a picture of it because of how tall it was but I figured it out. As I continued my walk the my main struggle was picking what to and what not to observe because of the vast amount of plants that were around throughout the walk. My goal was to diversify what my pictures by different types of spermatophytes and bryophytes and not stick to one or another. That is when I started looking for mosses. An knew from past experience they tend to grow at the base of tree and rocks. I continued my walk until I found angiosperms (particularly one with fruit) which I was lacking in my observations, however, I was not fully sure the type of plant it was specifically. Then my last 2 observations were pine trees which which I know pretty well then a type a weed or small sapling I did not know what it was specifically but iNaturalist helped me. I was very enlightened to the many different types of plants out there.

Posted on October 20, 2021 04:15 AM by millscf millscf | 7 observations | 0 comments | Leave a comment

3rd Nature Walk

I actually went on my nature walk during my painting class. We had to go outside and observe the general landscape, and I decided to do my nature walk for this class along the way. I found observing plants to be pretty simple considering they are quite literally all around us, and I didn't feel like I had to seek them out like with the fungi. The nature walk overall was relaxing. I got to do some sketches of the leaves and berries that I observed along the way. I don't necessarily think I captured a large variety of plant life, but I still think there was a decent amount of variety in plants beyond just trees and leaves.

Posted on October 20, 2021 03:56 AM by seinpark seinpark | 5 observations | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Lab 5 Journal Entry: Giant Puffball

The fungi I chose to research is the giant puffball (calvatia gigantea) which is most commonly found in Canada and the United States. These mushrooms are safe to eat and while some say they have no taste, others have described their taste as rich, earthy, and nutty. Harvesting these puffballs, people need to be careful not to misidentify another mushroom as the giant puffball, or eat one of the wrong age. Another use for giant puffballs is using it as medicine, which is not a common use today but was a common use of the Lakota tribe of Native Americans. The tribe used the dry spores to aid in blood clotting and as a way to protect the body from infections that could enter through cuts in the skin.

Posted on October 20, 2021 03:29 AM by haileyeck haileyeck | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Chestnut Hill Reservoir

I began my nature walk at around 2:50 pm. The weather outside was partly cloudy and about 55 degrees Fahrenheit. I started by walking down the left side of Chestnut Hill Driveway. Pretty early into my walk, I came across a very large mushroom. Even though the theme of this nature was plants, this mushroom just really stood out amongst all the surrounding plants. I continued to walk down this road until I ended up at the Chestnut Hill Reservation. I found a few different plant species here. I was surprised by the variety of leaf shapes and plant sizes in the area. From the Chestnut Hill Reservation, I walked onto the reservoir trail. I found a few more plants that stood out, most notably the Staghorn Sumac which was much taller than the other plants, with distinct leaves.

Posted on October 20, 2021 03:27 AM by mcnamajy mcnamajy | 7 observations | 0 comments | Leave a comment

The Common Ink Cap

The common Ink cap, also known as the Inky Cap or Coprinopsis atramentaria, usually appears in clusters from spring to early winter. It is known to be incredibly strong and can grow through asphalt or lift stones when its mycelium is covered during its off months of winter. This is possible thanks to its vertically aligned hyphae in its stem, which provide it with its strength. It can be consumed but is toxic if consumed with alcohol or if alcohol is consumed three days before or after eating the mushroom.

Posted on October 20, 2021 03:27 AM by sophiacrowther sophiacrowther | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Lab 5 Journal Entry

The fungi I chose to research is the giant puffball (calvatia gigantea) which is most commonly found in Canada and the United States. These mushrooms are safe to eat and while some say they have no taste, others have described their taste as rich, earthy, and nutty. Harvesting these puffballs, people need to be careful not to misidentify another mushroom as the giant puffball, or eat one of the wrong age. Another use for giant puffballs is using it as medicine, which is not a common use today but was a common use of the Lakota tribe of Native Americans. The tribe used the dry spores to aid in blood clotting and as a way to protect the body from infections that could enter through cuts in the skin.

Posted on October 20, 2021 03:27 AM by haileyeck haileyeck | 1 observation | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Amanite Flavoconia

Amanite flavoconia is the prototype of the popular representation of mushrooms. This fungus spreads into the air with a tall stalk and a wide symmetrical cap preceded by regular gills and a ring. It is very colorful, common in Canada and reproduces from July to November.
It plays a pivotal role in the food chain as is mycorrhizal, meaning that it fixes nitrogen in a form that plants can use. However, apart from its ecological advantage, it is not directly helpful to humans. It is very toxic to the extent that certain types of amanites can kill someone even if a very small quantity is ingested.

Posted on October 20, 2021 03:22 AM by arthur291 arthur291 | 1 comment | Leave a comment

Fungi Species Found on Mt. Royal

The species we found were a combination of mushrooms and puffballs of fungi. Two of the mushroom species we found I believe are the same species called Weeping Widow and are thin, short, dark brown with lighter colors on top. This species is food to larvae of certain flies and they tend to form in small groups in dead leaves or dirt. The other mushroom we found, Genus Hemimycena, is a white and short and thin mushroom. Genus Hemimycena contains about 50 species and they are found quite widespread. The puffballs were found on wet spots of nature, a muddy floor, and moist bark. They are formed when the fruiting body of fungi is disturbed and so clouds of dust-like spores form instead, creating the puffballs.

Posted on October 20, 2021 02:48 AM by olihep olihep | 5 observations | 0 comments | Leave a comment

10/19/21 - Houghton Garden

I went to Houghton Garden for the 3rd time at around 5:30; it was the nearest place I could think of and I was drained from classes. This time, I tried going farther into the trail. It was a fairly chilly day and the light of day was slowly fading, but I found that the cold was actually fairly relaxing. It was a fun way to destress from a draining day. I found various mosses growing on rocks as well as at the bases of many trees; most of the flowers I saw were wilting and/or dead already. There was an abundance of ferns growing everywhere along the trail, though I didn’t stop to take pictures of every single one. I think I’ll go deeper into the forest for the next nature walk, as I didn’t go too far because I also wanted to get home and relax.

Posted on October 20, 2021 02:35 AM by phamdrew phamdrew | 7 observations | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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