November 29, 2022

New Resolving Taxa with Unknown Relationships tutorial drafts

I posted a new 2 section tutorial on Resolving Taxa with Unknown Relationships to our nascent knowledge base here.

@kitty12, @thomaseverest, @xpda, @nschwab, @marceloamores, @invertebratist, @naturalist_aditya, @jeremygilmore, @lehelind, @rynxs, @tiwane, @stevejones, @alberto_colatore, @atotikov, @schoenitz, @beetledude, @t_e_d, @bdagley, @lwnrngr, @thebeachcomber, @reiner, @yorkniu, @rjq
thank you all for being such productive curators (each of you have resolved over 10 taxon flags this past month).

If you wanted to provide any feedback on these drafts I'd be very appreciative. I wrote it with working through this backlog of ~250 relationship unknown fish as the working example - which is a somewhat addictive queue to beat back following the steps in the tutorial if you have some time to kill.

Many thanks for all your help and excellent work as curators and I hope you're having a good start to the Northern Hemisphere winter wherever you are.

Posted on November 29, 2022 06:47 AM by loarie loarie | 5 comments | Leave a comment

November 28, 2022

Arthrosphaera pill millipedes

The ~40 species of Arthrosphaera are confined to Southern India, while eight species are confined to Sri Lanka(2). In list below(10), those with * I was able to find images of in publications:
Arthrosphaera atrisparsa (Butler, 1878) (India)
Arthrosphaera aurocincta Pocock, 1899 (India)*
Arthrosphaera bicolor Pocock, 1895 (India)*
Arthrosphaera carinata Attems, 1936 (India)*
Arthrosphaera craspedota Attems, 1936 (India)*
Arthrosphaera dalyi Pocock, 1895 (India)*
Arthrosphaera davisoni Pocock, 1895 (India)*
Arthrosphaera disticta Pocock, 1895 (India)*
Arthrosphaera fumosa Pocock, 1895 (India)*
Arthrosphaera fusca (Attems, 1943) (India)
Arthrosphaera gracilis Attems, 1936 (India)
Arthrosphaera hendersoni Pocock, 1895 (India)*
Arthrosphaera heterostictica (Newport, 1844) (India)
Arthrosphaera inermis (Humbert, 1865) (India, Sri Lanka)
Arthrosphaera lutescens (Butler, 1872) (India)*
Arthrosphaera madura Pandian, 1966 (India)
Arthrosphaera magna Attems, 1936 (India)*
Arthrosphaera marginella Silvestri, 1897 (India)
Arthrosphaera marmorata (Butler, 1882) (India)
Arthrosphaera nitida Pocock, 1895 (India)
Arthrosphaera pelloceps (Chamberlin, 1921) (India)
Arthrosphaera pygostolis Attems, 1935 (India)
Arthrosphaera scholastica Attems, 1936 (India)
Arthrosphaera severa Attems, 1935 (India)
Arthrosphaera silvestrii Jeekel, 2001 (India)
Arthrosphaera stridula (Verhoeff, 1937) (India)
Arthrosphaera thurstoni Pocock, 1895 (India)
Arthrosphaera transitiva Attems, 1936 (India)
Arthrosphaera wroughtoni Pocock, 1895 (India)*
Arthrosphaera zebraica (Butler, 1872) (India)*
Arthrosphaera versicolor (White, 1859) (Sri Lanka)*
Arthrosphaera attemsi Jeekel, 2001 (Sri Lanka)
Arthrosphaera brandti (Humbert, 1865) (Sri Lanka, introduced to Tanzania)*
Arthrosphaera corrugata (Butler, 1872) (Sri Lanka)
Arthrosphaera dentigera Verhoeff, 1930 (Sri Lanka)
Arthrosphaera ruginosa Jeekel, 2001 (Sri Lanka)
Arthrosphaera rugosa Verhoeff, 1930 (Sri Lanka)
Arthrosphaera leopardina (Butler, 1872) (Sri Lanka)
Arthrosphaera noticeps (Butler, 1872) (Sri Lanka)
Arthrosphaera pilifera (Butler, 1872) (Sri Lanka)

Below, I've shown published images along with the references (linked below) they are from

Arthrosphaera craspedota

References: 1,3,4

Arthrosphaera lutescens

References: 1,3,4

Arthrosphaera magna

References: 2,3,5,7,8

Arthrosphaera fumosa

References: 2,3,5,6,7,8,9

Arthrosphaera disticta

References: 2,3,8,9,11

This drawing and the corresponding description from Pocock(11) of “Arthrosphaera disticta” does not match these. Not sure why:

Arthrosphaera dalyi

References: 3,5,8

Arthrosphaera davisoni

References: 3,5

Arthrosphaera carinata

References: 3

Arthrosphaera zebraica

References: 3,4

Arthrosphaera hendersoni

References: 3,11

Arthrosphaera versicolor

References: 3
This looks very different from the yellow/black “Arthrosphaera versicolor” from Sri Lanka. And according to Wesener(10) Wesener, A. versicolor does not occur in India

Arthrosphaera wroughtoni

References 11

Arthrosphaera thurstoni

References 11

Arthrosphaera bicolor

References 11

Arthrosphaera aurocincta

References 11

Arthrosphaera brandti

References: 10


1 Ambarish, Cheviri Nair, Bombrana Seetharama Kadamannaya, and Kandikere Ramaiah Sridhar. "Chromosome studies on two endemic pill-millipedes of the genus Arthrosphaera (Diplopoda: Sphaerotheriida) from the Western Ghats of India." The Nucleus 56.3 (2013): 205-210.
2 Ambarish, C. N., and K. R. Sridhar. "Observation on pill-millipedes of the Western Ghats (India)." Journal of Agricultural Technology 9.1 (2013): 61-79.
3 Ambarish, Cheviri N., and Kandikere R. Sridhar. "Occurrence, Distribution and Morphological Description of 11 Species of Endemic Giant Pill-Millipedes of the Genus Arthrosphaera (Diplopoda: Sphaerotheriida: Arthrosphaeridae) in Southern India." Proceedings of the Zoological Society. Vol. 71. No. 1. Springer India, 2018.
4 Kadamannaya, B. S., C. N. Ambarish, and K. R. Sridhar. "Morphological features of three endemic pill-millipedes of the genus Arthrosphaera in the Western Ghats of India." Animal Biology Journal 3.4 (2012): 181-193.
5 Kadamannaya, B. S., and K. R. Sridhar. "Morphology and distribution of four pill millipedes (Arthrosphaera) of the Western Ghats." Animal Biology Journal 1.8 (2009): 98.
6 Ambarish, Cheviri N., and Kandikere R. Sridhar. "Diurnal periodicity of three giant pill-‐millipedes (Sphaerotheriida: Arthrosphaera) of the Western Ghats: an ex situ study." Journal of Tropical Asian Entomology 4.1 (2015): 1-10.
7 Sridhar, K. R., and K. M. Ashwini. "Diversity, restoration and conservation of millipedes." Biodiversity in India 5 (2011): 1-38.
8 Ambarish, Cheviri N., and Kandikere R. Sridhar. "Moulting behaviour of the giant pill-millipedes (Sphaerotheriida: Arthrosphaera) of the Western Ghats of India: an ex situ study." The Journal of Tropical Asian Entomology 3.1 (2014): 12-22.
9 Ambarish, Cheviri N., and Kandikere R. Sridhar. "Stridulation and courtship behaviour of four endemic pill-millipedes, Arthrosphaera spp.(Sphaerotheriida: Arthrosphaeridae) of the Western Ghats of India." Proceedings of the Zoological Society. Vol. 69. No. 1. Springer India, 2016.
10 Wesener, Thomas, and Zoologisches Forschungsmuseum Alexander Koenig. “The giant pill-millipedes, order Sphaerotheriida: an annotated species catalogue with morphological atlas and list of apomorphies (Arthropoda: Diplopoda)”. Zoologisches Forschungsmuseum Koenig-Leibniz-Institut für Biodiversität der Tiere, 2016.
11 Pocock, Reginald Innes. "A monograph of the pill-millipedes (Zephroniidae) inhabiting India, Cylon and Burma." Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. 12 (1899): 269-285.

Expert interview

I was very fortunate to have the opportunity to meet with Dr. Cheviri N. Ambarish, the author of references 1,2,3,4,6,8,9 above who is probably the world's foremost living expert on Arthrosphaera pill millipedes.

We browsed through and discussed various iNaturalist observations

Unfortunately, even through we found many distinctive groups (which I'll hopefully add into this post later) they don't have names and he was only fairly confidently able to ID and put names to observations of the following taxa.

Arthrosphaera fumosa

These have the distinctive smokey bluish color

Arthrosphaera disticta

These have distinctive colors and shapes

Arthrosphaera zebraica

These have distinctive colors,61270177&place_id=any

Arthrosphaera versicolor

While Wesener doesn't list these as occurring in India (only Sri Lanka), Ambarish worked with/photographed them in Reference 3 and was confident that these brownish spotted millipedes were indeed Arthrosphaera versicolor. It could be more study is needed to separate the Sri Lanka Arthrosphaera versicolor from the Indian Arthrosphaera versicolor as they look totally different.,79630224

While super interesting and I've very grateful for Ambarish, I have to say this study was a little frustrating. Clearly, more work is needed on this group to assign names to these taxa before we can identify many of them to species.

Posted on November 28, 2022 05:13 PM by loarie loarie | 1 comment | Leave a comment

October 16, 2022

Sesarma and Armases

In an attempt to learn how to ID more Armases and Sesarma to species, here's a shot at transcribing a distribution map from Abele's A Review of the Grapsid Crab Genus Sesarma (Crustacea: Decapoda: Grapsidae) in America, with the Description of a New Genus. Note Armases elegans is African so not treated here. Abele considers Armases rubripes to be Metasesarma so its not included (Atlantic/South American),

Posted on October 16, 2022 02:31 AM by loarie loarie | 0 comments | Leave a comment

May 16, 2022

iNat Staff Mt Tam Hike

Had a nice hike with a few iNat staff members (@abhasm, @tiwane, @kueda, and @albullington) last Friday on Mt. Tam
For me the highlight was the group of Fairy Moths swarming around their Ocean Spray host plant

Posted on May 16, 2022 05:54 PM by loarie loarie | 0 comments | Leave a comment

February 26, 2022

loarie wilbur walk (Trip)

walking around Wilbur

Posted on February 26, 2022 06:39 AM by loarie loarie | 25 observations | 0 comments | Leave a comment

August 12, 2021

17 observations of an iNat first - Glyptograpsus impressus

After nerding out this evening, I’ve found 17 observations from the Eastern Pacific that are Glyptograpsus impressus. This species was previously unrepresented on iNat and surprisingly I could find no recent (color) or living pictures of this species on the internet.

Before tonight these unidentified grapsid (sensu lato) crabs on iNat from the Eastern Pacific clustered around Mexico that have been really bothering me. They have toothed Anterolateral margins so I’ve mistaken a few of them for Sesarma. But today I realized that the males have one claw that is larger than the other. And I came upon this paper by Cuesta and Schubart “The first zoeal stage of Glyptograpsus impressus, with comments on the subfamilial arrangement” that mentioned a grapsid genus I wasn’t familiar (Glyptograpsus) as having: “In adult morphology, the pronounced chelar dimorphism of Glyptograpsus is another character which is unique among the grapsid crabs (with the exception of Playtchirograpsus...)” In other words, Glyptograpsus and Playtchirograpsus uniquely are grapsids where males where one claw is bigger than the other

Turns out these two genera make up a family Glyptograpsidae with 3 species:
Glyptograpsus impressus - distributed from Acapulco, Mexico, to Colombia along the Pacific
Glyptograpsus jamaicensis - endemic to Jamaica
Platychirograpsus spectabilis - endemic to Gulf of Mexico (Tabasco–Veracruz, probably introduced into Florida)

Live pictures of these crabs are very scarce on the internet. Here’s a picture of Glyptograpsus impressus, here’s one of Glyptograpsus jamaicensis and we have one observation of Platychirograpsus spectabilis. These crabs are similar and closely related, the most obvious difference being that Platychirograpsus spectabilis males not only have one larger claw but it has an extremely odd, exaggerated shield shape (in contrast the larger claw in Glyptograpsus is normal shaped)

Here’s my ID reasoning based on the description of the family in Glyptograpsidae, a New Brachyuran Family from Central America: Larval and Adult Morphology, and a Molecular Phylogeny of the Grapsoidea:

1 “Cephalothorax subgloboid, greatest width at base of third pereiopods” in other worlds, the carapace is rounded (almost like Grapsus, and unlike the squarer Arasmes and Sesarma) and widest (B) at the 3rd leg (A)

2 “Front undulated and relatively narrow, with deep median groove, two conspicuous frontal lobes, and two smaller posterior lobes.” I’ve pointed out the frontal lobes (A) and the posterior lobes (B) below. And
“Ischium and merus of third maxillipeds very broad (merus wider than long), ischium with two and merus with three longitudinal sulci (Fig. 1)” Note the wide merus with the longitudinal grooves (C).

3 “Anterolateral margin with three pairs of teeth (not counting exorbital angle), fourth pair often present as prominent tubercles.” Note A below. And “Third pair of walking legs longest.” Note B below.

4 “Chelipeds of adult males markedly heterochelous, in females homochelous.” and “Chelae spoon-tipped and, except major male claw, small; fingers short.” ie the claws are the same size and small in females (A) - note carying eggs - and one is bigger than the other in males (B)

5 “Articulation of carpus and palm of male major cheliped distal to proximal end of palm” Note they attach at A which is further (more distal) than the closest (proximal) end of the claw (B). Platychirograpsus’s crazy shield claw is kind of a super exaggerated version of this.

These characters are more or less consistent with those used in The grapsoid crabs of America by Mary J. Rathbun.

These crabs are being described as being like Mitten crabs (Eriocheir) in that "Glyptograpsus spends its adult life in inland freshwater but its adults must migrate downstream to release their larvae into the sea" (from A Global Overview of the Conservation of Freshwater Decapod Crustaceans) and “‘adults limnic’ is composed of those crabs that spend most of their lives in or near freshwater but migrate back to the sea or shed the larvae into the river current, so that larval development takes place in the ocean. This lifestyle is typical of the genera Eriocheir, Glyptograpsus, and Platychirograpsus, some species of Armases, and other IndoPacific sesarmid and varunid genera (discussed in Diesel and Schuh, 1998).” (from Molecular Phylogeny, Taxonomy, and Evolution of Nonmarine Lineages within the American Grapsoid Crabs (Crustacea: Brachyura)). The migration of gravid females downstream to the sea is certainly consistent with these three observations:
Which show large aggregations of gravid females heading to the sea (though I have to admit if they are like Mitten Crabs I would have thought that their migrations would occur under freshwater and not on land as shown in these pictures...).

The size of these crabs as described in Ecological Aspects of the Freshwater Decapod Crustaceans of the Perlas Archipelago, Panama as “3-22m carapace length (male) 8-18mm (females)” is also consistent with 2 of those observations with pictures of the crab in hand for comparison.

Lastly, I went through the Grapsidae (sensu lat) in Checklist of brachyuran crabs (Crustacea: Decapoda) from the eastern tropical Pacific by Michel E. Hendrickx to reassure myself that there wasn’t some other candidate for these crabs:


  1. Aratus pisoni (H. MLLNE EDWARDS, 1837)
  2. Armases angustum (SMITH, 1870)
  3. Armases magdalenense
  4. Cyclograpsus cinereus DANA, 1851
  5. Cyclograpsus escondidensis RATHBUN, 1933
  6. Euchirograpsus americanus A. MILNE EDWARDS,
  7. Geograpsus lividus (H. MLLNE EDWARDS, 1837)
  8. Glyptograpsus impressus SMITH, 1870
  9. Goetice americanus RATHBUN, 1923 = Pseudogaetice americanus
  10. Goniopsis cruentata (LATREILLE, 1802)
  11. Goniopsis pulchra LOCKINGTON, 1877
  12. Grapsus grapsus (LINNAEUS, 1758)
  13. Hemigrapsus nudus (DANA, 1851)
  14. Hemigrapsus oregonensis (DANA, 1851)
  15. Pachygrapsus crassipes RANDALL, 1839
  16. Pachygrapsus minutus A. MLLNE EDWARDS, 1873
  17. Pachygrapsus planifrons de MAN, 1888
  18. Pachygrapsus transversus (GLBBES, 1850)
  19. Percnon abbreviatum (DANA, 1851)
  20. Percnon gibbesi (H. MILNE EDWARDS, 1853)
  21. Plagusia depressa tuberculata LAMARCK, 1818
  22. Plagusia immaculata LAMARCK, 1818
  23. Plagusia speciosa DANA, 1851
  24. Planes cyaneus DANA, 1852
  25. Sesarma aequatoriale ORTMANN, 1894
  26. Sesarma occidentale SMITH, 1870
  27. Sesarma rhizophorae RATHBUN, 1906
  28. Sesarma rubinofforum ABELE, 1973
  29. Sesarma sulcatum SMITH, 1870
  30. Tetragrapsus jouyi (RATHBUN, 1893)

I had to familiarize myself with Tetragrapsus, Pseudogaetice, and Euchirograpsus (Galapagos only) but after doing so I feel confident that there are no other candidates in the Eastern Pacific other than Glyptograpsus impressus.

I’m pretty sure I’ve ID’d these crabs correctly, but just to double check, I’ve emailed Prof. Dr. Christoph Schubart and John Christy since “The first zoeal stage of Glyptograpsus impressus, with comments on the subfamilial arrangement” describes them collecting adult crabs in Panama so they likely are very familiar with these crabs in life. I’ll follow up here with an update if they get back to me.

Pretty exciting to finally be able to put a name to these crabs. And also kind of shocking that while I can’t find a single color/living photo of Glyptograpsus impressus on the internet, we seem to have 17 observations hidden in plain sight here on iNaturalist!

Also 3 of these 17 records are from Costa Rica and Ecuador where I don't think the crab is known at least from the literature mentioned here and GBIF.

FYI @mazancourt, @mikegigliotti, @ondrej-radosta, @crabspromenade

Posted on August 12, 2021 08:17 AM by loarie loarie | 4 comments | Leave a comment

July 20, 2021

Stake baiting for Hippa sand crabs in Hawaii

Where I'm from in Northern California, its often hard to scoop a handful of sand in the wave wash zone on a beach without catching one or more Emerita sand crabs buried in the sand. I've been eager to find the tropical counterparts in the genus Hippa for some time. Hippa are described as having an identical niche (e.g. under the sand in the wave wash zone), but their feeding is different. While Emerita live in nutrient rich waters like the California coast with its nutrient rich upwelling and use their long antennae to filter feed, Hippa live in nutrient poor coral reef ecosystems and are scavengers on washed up jellyfish and other forms of meat.

I've spent some time during 3 visits to Hawaii over the last 6 years looking for these to no avail. Here's a thread with some advice from @sea-kangaroo and others. I've honestly spent tens of hours digging for these (thinly veiled as sand castle making - 'daddy I thought we were building a tower not a trench, and should we build further from the water?') with no luck. In that respect they seem very different from Emerita.

I found this paper form 1977 by Wenner which describes using a technique called 'stake baiting' to catch them: "In setting the bait, I pierced three 1 cm3 pieces of bait with no. 2 knitting needles, slid the bait to a location 5 em from the needle top, and then forced these needles into the sand until the meat was flush with the sand surface. At the mean wave wash mark (wet line), the water covered the bait approximately one-half of the time. A 10-m distance separated the three baited stakes. After 5 minutes I scooped up the sand around each needle and sieved it, thereby obtaining the animals that had come to the bait. Each needle was replaced in the sand 1 m distant from the first position and the process repeated once or twice (an equal number of times within each experimental comparison)." but that seemed to elaborate to try to sort out.

But yesterday, I noticed the tail of a dead fish sticking out from beneath a leaf in the mouth where a small creek met the ocean. Under the leaf was a small swimming crab eating the fish. After observing the fish and the crab, I decided why not try out this stake baiting.

After sticking a twig through the dead fish and pinning it to the sand as described by Wenner and waiting a few minutes I scooped the sand and immediately produced a Hippa crab! I kept doing this at different places along the stretch of beach and produced several more crabs without fail. In fact you don't even have to dig as they protrude from the sand under the fish to begin eating it.

I hope these tips help others find these crabs. I'm amazed how well it worked. But frankly I'm also amazed how others have been able to find these crabs just by digging alone since I was so unsuccessful doing this even on this beach where the stake baiting worked in minutes. These crabs are remarkable in that in many ways they are so similar to Emerita (how they look, how and their niche in the wave wash zone) but in other ways they are so different, their feeding habits are very different, the fact that they are so hard to find (at least for me), and they are much more active and faster than Emerita (they scurry across the sand more like a fast insect whereas Emerita scoot much more clumsily) before digging in.

Posted on July 20, 2021 08:22 PM by loarie loarie | 4 observations | 3 comments | Leave a comment

April 19, 2021

Question about the Traditional Project Aggregator

Hi all,

iNaturalist still have 797 projects created by 264 project admins that are still using the old Traditional Project "Aggregator". We removed the ability for new Traditional Projects to Aggregate when we launched Collection Projects in 3 years ago and had hoped the legacy projects in that were already using the Aggregator would slowly convert over to Collection Projects. This post is to check in with those still using the Aggregator to try to learn more about why you haven't converted over to a Collection Project as we consider the future of this feature. It being the Northern Hemisphere Spring, we're looking for ways to make iNaturalist more efficient and this clunky Aggregator process which runs hourly on these ~800 projects is something we'd love to phase out.

Some background, Traditional Projects (ignoring the aggregator for the moment) require people to manually add suitable observations to the project. Collection Projects use "Observation Requirement" filters to find suitable observations and automatically display these observations in a project. The aggregator was built before we built Collection Projects to make it so that observations could be automatically added to a project. While Traditional Projects support some features that Collection Projects don't (e.g. requiring observation fields, slightly different details regarding sharing restricted location data, the ability to subset observations that can't be automatically filtered such as "Observation of the Day"), none of these features work well in a Traditional Project with the Aggregator turned on. So we're currently unaware of any reason why a project admin would prefer to stick with a Traditional Project with the Aggregator turned on instead of migrating to a Collection Project.

I've mentioned all 264 project admins along sides their Aggregating Traditional Projects. If you likewise aren't sure why you haven't converted over to a Collection Project we encourage you to do so! Click 'edit' on your project and if you're project can be automatically converted you'll see a banner that looks like this:

If you don't see this banner, it is because there's not a 1-to-1 correspondence between the "Observation Rules" used by your Traditional Project and the "Observation Requirement" used by Collection Projects. For example, Traditional Projects support a "must be on list" rule which would have to be replaced by a series of more than one "Include Taxa" Observation Requirements in a Collection Project. You can try removing the problematic rule, converting the project, and then adding any necessary requirements to the Collection Project. Or if you have specific questions, please add a comment here with links and details and I'll take a look.

Alternatively, if there's a reason why you can't accomplish the goals you're accomplishing with your Aggregating Traditional Project with a Collection Project please let us know here as we'd love to understand these uses cases better.

Lastly, if you are not actively benefitting from the Aggregator being turned on for your project and aren't motivated to convert your project to a Collection Project, please the Aggregator off by editing your project and unchecking "Automatically add observations to this project", many thanks!

Thanks in advance for seeing and responding to this mention!


Project Admins and Aggregating Traditional Projects:

@marie => Newton South High School
@kpmcfarland => Vermont Atlas of Life
@mhedin => Mygalomorph Spiders of the California Floristic Province
@johnnybirder => Biota of the Guinean Forests of West Africa
@rebeccafay => Duxbury Reef Intertidal Biodiversity Project; Tracking Starfish Wasting and Recovery; On the Lobster Trail; Turtles of Mountain Lake; Tracking Red-Eared Sliders; Mount Tamalpais Biodiversity
@stevenkew => Champignons et Lichens de Madagascar
@francoandreone => HerpetoGasy BioBlitz
@toby => Texas A&M Soltis Center Herpetofauna
@charlie => Montpelier Capital City Biodiversity Survey
@ctracey => Nine Mile Run Watershed
@kestrel => Biodiversity Survey on the Mt. Tamalpais Watershed
@sea-kangaroo => Santa Clara County Bio-Blitz
@duarte => Berlengas
@mdwarriner => Terrestrial Mollusks of Texas; Bees and Wasps of Texas
@ericsimons => Leopard Shark and Bat Ray Die-Off
@dhobern => Plume Moths
@rcurtis => Ohio Invasive Plants
@mperdicas => Lower Lake Erie Region CSI; SMP Snake Survey
@faerthen => "Sagehen: A Proving Ground"
@leptonia => Flora of Swantonia
@juancruzado => Mamíferos de México
@mikeburrell => Moths of the Kingston study area
@mickley => Flora of Eagle Camp
@silversea_starsong => Wildlife of the Santa Monica Mountains; Wildlife of the New Forest
@sagamoreoh => Calderon Property
@annemirdl => Flora von Deutschland
@aubreymoore => Vespa tropica on Guam; Biodiversity of Negros Island, Philippines; Survey for Doleschallia tongana on Guam
@blogie => Davao Gulf Marine Biodiversity
@vijaybarve => Nashik; WaspIndia
@carlos2 => Árboles de la Ciudad de México; Mariposas de la Ciudad de México; Aves de la Ciudad de México; Ciudad Universitaria, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Bosque de Chapultepec, Ciudad de México; Árboles de la Ciudad de Monterrey, Nuevo León; ZCE Centro de Educación Ambiental Ecoguardas, CDMX; Bosque de San Juan de Aragón, CDMX; Zona arqueológica Chichén Itzá, Yucatán; Zona Arqueológica Teotihuacán, Estado de México; RB Montes Azules, Chiapas; RB Calakmul, Campeche; PN Lagunas de Zempoala, Morelos; Viveros de Coyoacán, Cuidad de México; Biblioteca Vasconcelos, Ciudad de México; Sitio arqueológico Cuicuilco, Distrito Federal; RB Sian Ka´an, Quintana Roo; Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana - Atzcapotzalco; RB Los Tuxtlas, Veracruz; RB Mariposa Monarca, Michoacán y Estado de México; PN Barranca de Cupatitzio, Michoacán; RB El Pinacate y Gran Desierto de Altar, Sonora; PN Iztaccihuatl - Popocatepetl, Estado de México y Puebla; RB Tehuacán - Cuicatlán, Puebla - Oaxaca; RB Pantanos de Centla, Tabasco; PN Huatulco, Oaxaca; PN Bahía de Loreto, Baja California Sur; RB Janos, Chihuahua; PN Cascada de Bassaseachic, Chihuahua; PN Cumbres de Monterrey, Nuevo Léon; RB Archipiélago Revillagigedo; APFF Chichinautzin, Morelos; PN El Tepozteco, Morelos; PN Desierto de los Leones, CDMX; APFF Laguna Madre y Delta del Río Bravo, Tamaulipas; PN Cumbres del Ajusco, CDMX; PN y zona arqueológica Palenque, Chiapas; Zona arqueológica Monte Albán, Oaxaca; APFF Cuatro Ciénegas, Coahuila; PN Lagunas de Montebello, Chiapas; PN Grutas de Cacahuamilpa, Guerrero; APFF Meseta de Cacaxtla, Sinaloa; APFF Balandra, Baja California Sur; APFF Cascada de Agua Azul, Chiapas; RB El Vizcaíno, Baja California Sur; RB Alto Golfo y Delta del Colorado; APFF Islas del Golfo de California, Sinaloa; RB Isla San Pedro Mártir, Sonora; APFF Sierra de Álamos y Río Cuchujaqui, Sonora; Complejo Corredor Biológico Chichinautzin, Morelos; Santuario Playa Ceuta y zonas adyacentes, Sinaloa; Campamento Tortuguero El Verde, Sinaloa; RB La Michilía, Durango; RB Sierra Gorda de Querétaro; RFN y RFS Ajos Bavispe, Sonora; RB Volcán Tacaná, Chiapas; RB La Encrucijada, Chiapas; Los Chimalapas, Oaxaca, Veracruz, Chiapas; RB Islas Marías, Nayarit; Parque Estatal El Limón, Guerrero; Tapijulapa, Tabasco; Boca de Chajul, Chiapas; Amatitlán, Chiapas; Nueva Flor, Chiapas; Taniperla, Chiapas; San Miguel del Puerto, Oaxaca; Santa Catarina Xanaguía, Oaxaca; Ejido San José Cerro Blanco 5ta Sección, Tabasco; San Juan Ozolotepec, Oaxaca; San Mateo Yetla, Oaxaca; San Pedro Tlatepusco, Oaxaca; San Antonio del Barrio, Oaxaca; Santa Cruz Tepetotutla, Oaxaca; Noh-Bec, Quintana Roo; Chacchoben, Quintana Roo; Felipe Carrillo Puerto, Quintana Roo; Álvaro Obregón (Zoh-Laguna), Campeche; Valentín Gomez Farías, Campeche; RB Sierra del Abra Tanchipa, San Luis Potosí; Sierra de San Francisco, Baja California Sur; Sitio arqueológico Uxmal, Yucatán; Ley de Fomento Agropecuario, Campeche; APPF Nevado de Toluca, Estado de México; P.N. Tulum, Quintana Roo; PN Cabo Pulmo, Baja California Sur; PN El Chico, Hidalgo; RB Sierra la Laguna, Baja California Sur; APFF Laguna de Términos, Campeche; RB Marismas Nacionales, Nayarit; APFF Yum Balam, Quintana Roo; San Francisco Ozolotepec, Oaxaca; Sitio arqueológico Xochicalco, Morelos; Sitio arqueológico Mitla; Monumento natural Yagul, Oaxaca; Ecoparque Los Aluxes, Palenque, Chiapas; RB El Triunfo, Chiapas; Sierra Huérfana, Sonora; Parque Nacional Arrecifes de Cozumel; APFF Isla de Cozumel, Quintana Roo; Reserva Ecológica Santa Gertrudis, Veracruz; Parque Estatal, Sierra de Morelos, Estado de México; Valle de Toluca, Estado de México; El Calvario y zonas aledañas, Estado de México; Ixtapan de la Sal y zonas aledañas, Estado de México; Divisadero, Estado de México; El Salitre, Estado de México; Ixtapan de la Sal Centro, Estado de México; PN Arrecife Alacranes, Yucatán; Jardín Etnobotánico de Oaxaca; Campamento Lago y Tierra, Valle de Bravo, Estado de México; Comité de Recursos Naturales de la Chinantla (CORENCHI), Oaxaca; Comunidad La Concordia, Chiapas; Universidad Intercontinental, Ciudad de México; Bioparque San Antonio, Ciudad de México; Cayo Arcas, Campeche; Cayo Arenas, Campeche; Sitio arqueológico Tajín, Veracruz; Reserva Ecológica del Pedregal de San Ángel; Pedregal de San Ángel, Ciudad de México; Parque Bicentenario, Ciudad de México; Azotea verde de CONABIO; Parque Tepozán, Tlalpan, Ciudad de México; Reserva Ecológica El Edén, Quintana Roo; Arrecifes coralinos del mar Caribe; RB Sierra Gorda de Guanajuato, Guanajuato; Municipio de Muzquiz, Coahuila; Papalote Museo del Niño; Moon Palace Resorts, Quintana Roo; Yu-Balcah, Tabasco; Parque Nacional Los Mármoles, Hidalgo; Laguna de Alchichica, Puebla; Isla Ixtapa, Guerrero; Cerro del Padre y Parque la Encantada, Zacatecas; Ecoparque Centenario "Toma de Zacatecas", Zacatecas; Municipio de Monte Escobedo, Zacatecas; Parque Ecológico Zacango, Estado de México; Parque Fundidora, Nuevo León; PE Centro Ceremonial Mazahua, Estado de México; PEERT Hermenegildo Galeana, Estado de México; PEERT Otomí - Mexica, Estado de México; PNRP El Ocotal, Estado de México; Parque Estatal Monte Alto; PN Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla. La Marquesa, Estado de México; PM El Salto de Chihuahua, Estado de México; Jardín Botánico Universitario, BUAP, Puebla; Parque Nacional El Potosí, San Luis Potosí; ZSCE Bosques de las Lomas, CDMX; ZSCE Sierra de Guadalupe, CDMX; ZCE La Loma, CDMX; ZPHE Los Encinos, CDMX; ZCE La Armella, CDMX; APFF Metzabok, Chiapas; Zona Ecológica y Cultural Cerro de la Estrella; Lago de Texcoco, Estado de México; Parque Naucalli, Estado de México; Parque Benito Juárez, San Miguel Allende, Guanajuato; San José Miahuatlán, Puebla; Barranca Tarango, CdMx; P.N. Islas Marietas, Nayarit; Bosque Cuauhtémoc, Morelia, Michoacán; Reserva Natural Estatal Cerro Topo Chico, Nuevo León; Especies en riesgo en la CDMX; Zoológico de Chapultepec Alfonso L. Herrera, CDMX; Jardín Botánico del Bosque de Chapultepec, CdMx; Parque Ecológico Laguna de San Baltazar, Puebla
@brewbooks => Kukutali Naturalists
@smpbiologist-rcurtis => SMP Plant Pests
@msicilia => Área Natural Protegida Bosque de Tlalpan, Cd. de México; Aves rapaces diurnas de México; ZSCE Ejidos de Xochimilco y San Gregorio Atlapulco, CDMX; P.N. Zona Marina del Archipiélago de Espíritu Santo; Anfibios del Pedregal
@roberto_arreola => Parque Nacional Isla Contoy, Quintana Roo; Reserva de la Biosfera Selva El Ocote; Parque Estatal el Refugio, Tamaulipas
@leftcoastnaturalist => Fungi of the California Floristic Province
@greglasley => 222 Peabody Place
@rheilbrun => DFW Carnivores
@lobodelasnieves => Especies Reserva Mano de Oso
@mcpd_biologist => Bear Swamp Preserve
@finatic => San Diego County, California Biodiversity; Robber Flies of the United States; US / Mexico Border Naturalists; Audio Observations from Around the World; San Diego Gastropods
@marshamay => Freshwater Mussels of Texas
@jcabbott => Moundville Archaeological Park Biodiversity Survey
@marcopperman => Plants of Texas
@andrew_hankey => Ledebouria of the world
@negronahual => Aves de Veracruz; Parque Santa María la Ribera; Parque Alameda Central; Biodiversidad de Jonacatepec, Morelos; Biodiversidad de la región de Kohunlich, Quintana Roo.
@drells => Ohio Bee Atlas
@isabel_glez => Distribución de cerdos ferales en México; Distribución de Pez león en México; Distribución de perico argentino en México; Distribución de tortugas en México; Distribución de palomas exóticas en México
@elizatorres => Parque Estatal Cerro del Fortín, Oaxaca; Plantas del Valle de México; Centro de Educación Ambiental Yautlica, Iztapalapa; Reserva Estatal Sierra Monte Negro, Morelos; Polinizadores en la Preparatoria 204, Jilotzingo, Edo. Mex.; Polinizadores en la Secundaria 67 "Francisco Díaz de León"; Polinizadores en el Colegio Hebrero Sefaradi, Lomas de Chamizal, CDMX; Polinizadores en la escuela. John F. Kennedy Querétaro; Polinizadores en el Instituto Asunción de México, Las Águilas, CDMX; Polinizadores en la Secundaria 120, Tlalpan, CDMX; Polinizadores en la Secundaria 95, Tláhuac, CDMX; Polinizadores en la Secundaria 79, Xochimilco, CDMX.; Polinizadores en la Secundaria 104, Gustavo A. Madero, CDMX.; Colegio Madrid A.C. CDMX; Biodiversidad de la Cuenca de México
@bhollingsworth => Herpetofauna de Baja California
@tadamcochran => Flora and Fauna of Mountain View College
@claritaalicia => Mixteca Alta, Oaxaca
@microm => Crestridge Ecological Reserve
@liti => East Brunswick Nature (New Jersey, USA)
@ewrubel => Marin County Early Detection
@mariocastanedasanchez => Centro Comunitario Ahuayoto - Ajusco - DF
@alexiz => Convolvulaceae de México
@kireybarragan => AMPH Bosque los Colomos, Jalisco; Laguna de Chapala, Jalisco
@mikepatterson => Swalalahos Peaks; Wild Astoria; Gull Watchers; Oregon State Parks - Clatsop County
@dealfarms => Garner State Park; Palmetto State Park, Texas Parks and Wildlife
@yosoypin => Parque Ecológico Jaguaroundi, Veracruz
@dallasbiologist => DPRD--William Blair Jr. Park (Dallas Park); Harry S. Moss Park (Dallas Park); Hines Park (Dallas Park); DPRD--WR Unit #6 (Bath House); DPRD--WR Unit #7 (Bath House-South); DPRD--Crawford Memorial Park; DPRD--Moore Park BioBlitz---Dallas PKR/TWM; DPRD--Bert Fields; DPRD--Emerald Lake Park; DPRD--Kiest Park; DPRD--WR CreekWatershed; DPRD--City of Dallas; DPRD--Kiest Conservation Area
@andresrios => Aves de México
@adrianaalvarez => FAUNA DE VALLE DE LAS PALMAS, B.C.
@nathanvelasco => Biodiversidad de la Península de California / FotoNatura México
@benedictgagliardi => Biota of the East Bay Bike Path, Providence, RI
@leopatas => Orquídeas de Oaxaca
@danielafyf => Biodiversidad de Taxco, Guerrero Pueblo Mágico
@aztekium_tutor => Papalote Museo del Niño Monterrey; ANP-NL: Cerro El Potosí
@cathybell => Joshua Tree National Park Wildflower Watch
@hugoalvarezg => Sierra Mazateca Oaxaca.; PN Sierra de Organos, Zacatecas
@adriananelly => Río La Silla
@mustardlypig => Tandy Hills Natural Area & Stratford Park
@martorell => Plantas del pastizal de Concepción Buenavista, Oaxaca, México
@bgomez => Biodiversidad de ECOSUR (El Colegio de la Frontera Sur), Unidad San Cristóbal; Insectos de Chiapas; Mariposas (Lepidoptera) de Chiapas; Biodiversidad de San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas; Biodiversidad de la Reserva de la Biosfera Volcán Tacaná
@treichard => Maryland Moths and Butterflies; Howard County Parks Moth Inventory; Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary Moth Monitoring; Patuxent Research Refuge Arthropods
@martinsv => Mariposa Monarca en México; Oso Negro en México; BISONTE; Águila Real; Lobo mexicano; Berrendo; Mariposa malaquita; PN Fuentes Brotantes, CDMX; Arañas violinistas - Loxosceles
@choess => State Line Serpentine Barrens
@abyur => Monitoreo de corales en los Mares Mexicanos: blanqueamiento y enfermedades
@forester93 => NRSS BioBlitz 2013; Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park
@cydno => Mosquitoes in Hawai'i; Mosquitoes in California; Mosquito Vectors
@danielatha => New York City EcoFlora
@danielgeorge => San Benito County Explorers
@clubdepatos => Canal Nacional
@biodiverso => APFF Bosque la Primavera, Jalisco; A.E.P.H. Sierra del Águila, Jalisco; AMPH Barranca del Río Santiago, Jalisco
@zooga1961 => Biodiversity of the Cedar Ridge Preserve - Dallas, Texas
@sambiology => Cedar Hill State Park, Texas Parks and Wildlife; Acton Nature Center; Pat Mayse Lake and Surrounding Areas
@coatzin_tutor => Centro de Investigación para la Conservación de Especies Amenazadas, Tabasco; EL Bosque de la Sabinera de Tonalá, Oaxaca
@jhvaldez_tutor => Fauna de la Sierra San Pedro Mártir, Baja California
@bob777 => Palo Pinto Mountains State Park
@jaico => Arácnidos de México
@aliciamstt => Paseo del Río, Puebla, Puebla
@charro => Reptiles de Michoacán; Anfibios de Michoacán; Mamíferos terrestres de Michoacán; Aves de Morelia, Michoacán, MX.
@chelegans => Miami Nature Map
@brentano => Southwest Nature Preserve
@juancarloslopezdominguez => Aves del Estado de Tlaxcala; Malezas en México
@d_b => Biodiversidad de Santa Cruz Papalutla; .Paco´s Reserva de Flora y Fauna.; Reserva Natural Xocotitla, Veracruz; Área de Conservación del Río Atliyac, Paso de Ovejas; Registro de la diversidad de flora y fauna de Tlatempa, Estado de México
@anudibranchmom => Urban Brazzaville, Republic of Congo
@dannywolf => APRN Distrito de Riego 004 Don Martín, Coahuila; Parque Estatal Bosque Urbano Ejército Mexicano, Coahuila (I)
@gcwarbler => Salton Drive Biodiversity; Travis Audubon Blair Woods Nature Preserve
@jaykeller => Elephant Beetles (Dynastinae) of the New World; Algodones Dunes; Scorpions of California; Scorpions of the World; Florida Keys Biodiversity; Florida Birds; Paraguay Biodiversity; Rain Beetles (Pleocomidae)
@eugenio_padilla => Biodiversidad de Valles Centrales, Sierra Juárez y Mixteca, Oaxaca
@jackyro => Al rescate del Río Magdalena, Ciudad de México
@axelcastanongheno => Parque Nacional Sistema Arrecifal Veracruzano (PNSAV)
@enriquemontes => Proyecto Mixteca Sustentable
@mattiamenchetti => Biodiversity of the Site of Community Importance "Poggi di Prata"; Checklist del giardino de' "La Specola"; Farfalle d'Italia; Le farfalle della Toscana insulare e costiera; Mammiferi d'Italia; IO database
@andyk => Elmer W Oliver Nature Park
@roberto_sindaco => Western Palearctic Reptiles and Amphibians; Specie Natura 2000 in Piemonte
@opuntia => Parque Nacional El Cimatario, Querétaro
@alep => Parque Cumbres de Majalca, Chihuahua
@benhutchins => Texas Invertebrate Species of Conservation Need
@cosmiccat => Biodiversity of Arkansas
@eugeniamendiola => Reserva de la Biosfera Barranca de Metztitlán, Hidalgo
@rjnjr => Monarch and Milkweed Monitor
@dcoopercem => Los Angeles (city) Biodiversity Initiative
@belenjd_tutor => Diversidad de Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas
@gancw1 => Wildlife @ Wallace Education Center Flowering Trees; Leps @ Dairy Farm Nature Park
@deneb16 => Biodiversidad de Andalucía, España/Biodiversity of Andalusia, Spain
@nachotorres => Crassulaceae de México
@romer => NAP Vohodava Betsimalaho NP 2017 BIOBLITZ
@franck => AmbatofinandrahanaKBA; Itremo_NPA_2017
@robertarcher397 => Crinum of Africa
@jorgetrevino => Rio Sabinas RAMSAR 1769, Coahuila
@lancillotto => Pipistrelli d'Italia
@fundacionlobbyingsocial => Parque Francisco Villa "Los Venados", Cd. de México; Parque Las Américas "Naciones Unidas", Cd. de México; Santiago F. Xicoténcatl "Jardín Álamos", Cd. México; Parque Miguel Alemán "Odesa o Postal", Ciudad de México; Parque José María Olloqui "Acacias", Cd. de México; Parque Luis Pombo, Ciudad de México; Parque Alfonso Esparza Oteo, Ciudad de México; Plaza Lic. Agustín Jáuregui "Campana", Ciudad de México; Parque Pascual Ortiz Rubio, CDMX; Parque Luis G. Urbina "Hundido", Ciudad de México; Parque Las Arboledas "Pilares", Ciudad de México; Parque Del Conde, Ciudad de México; Parque José Clemente Orozco, Cd. de México; Parque Francisco Gabilondo Soler "Cri Cri", Cd. de México; Parque José Mariano Muciño "Iztaccihuatl", CDMX; Parque Manuel Bernal "Tío Polito", Cd. de México; Parque Miraflores, Ciudad de México; Parque Moderna, Ciudad de México; Parque Molinos, Ciudad de México; Parque Rosendo Arnaiz, Ciudad de México; Parque San Lorenzo, Ciudad de México; Parque Tlacoquemécatl, Ciudad de México; Parque María Enriqueta Camarillo "Corpancho", Cd. de México; Parque San Simón, Ciudad de México
@kmarie333 => Fauna of the CAS Landscape
@ggriffiths => New York Wildflower Monitoring Project
@coreyjlange => US Federally Threatened & Endangered Species; California Rare, Threatened, and Endangered Species; Texas Endemic Species; California Endemic Species
@anewman => Greens Bayou Wetlands Mitigation Bank
@murray_dawson => New Zealand Native Orchids; Percy Scenic Reserve; Life in the Christchurch Botanic Gardens; Life in Pukekura Park & Brooklands; Life in the Gisborne Botanical Gardens; Bason Botanic Gardens; Life in Queens Park; Biodiversity at Styx Mill Conservation Reserve; The Dirty Dozen; Auckland Domain plantings
@ecoman => Mahoe Reserve Biodiversity
@laura-nz => Cracroft Reserve
@neil_fitzgerald => Walter Scott Reserve
@leonperrie => Lycopodiella diffusa and Lycopodiella lateralis – are they really different species?
@marcsladenz => Polhill Ferns
@peter_k_russell => Carnival Park, Pahiatua
@rmccool => Te Mata Primary School Mini Bioblitz 2017
@shane_orchard => Kea Monitoring; Pīwauwau NZ Rock Wren monitoring; Kārearea NZ Falcon monitoring; Little Blue Penguin Monitoring; CoastBlitz New Plymouth; Mahinga Kai Exemplar Birds; Whio Forever; Orca Monitoring; Reef Heron Monitoring; NZ Fur Seal Monitoring; Hectors Dolphin national count; Mahinga Kai Exemplar Plants; CoastBlitz Tapuae; CoastBlitz Patea - Benthic Survey; Whitebait Watch; Fiordland Crested Penguin monitoring; SeagrassWatch; Bioblitz Mahinga Kai Exemplar; Seagrass Spotter; Dotterel Defenders; Spartina invasions
@jrebman => San Diego County Plant Atlas; Flora de Baja California
@jjdc1043 => Parque Nacional Lagunas de Chacahua
@okaloosascience => Okaloosa SCIENCE Community Project
@juancarlosgarciamorales1 => AVES del Estado de México; AVES del Estado de Michoacán
@natalie_wilkinson => Whau River
@danieleseglie => Italian Herps; ALCOTRA - Salamandra di Lanza
@butterflies4fun => Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary
@parks_canada_cbcfu => Fort Rodd Hill
@srsn => BioLazio - Flora e Fauna del Lazio
@rositadinorah => Red de Ecoturismo de la Sierra Juárez de Oaxaca
@naura => Biodiversidad UZACHI, Oaxaca
@carleylovorn => MGA BioBlitz 2016
@joelle => Joelle Test Converter
@thefruithunter => Marine Ecology of Fort Ross; Viola adunca on the North Coast
@biohexx1 => Imperial County Wildlife; California birds; California beetles; Border Field State Park; Otay River Watershed (San Diego County); Cleveland National Forest; Moths of California
@craighensley => All Texas Nature
@naturalista_cecilia => Biodiversidad en la Península de Yucatán; Biodiversidad del Área de Protección de Flora y Fauna Manglares de Nichupté, Quintana Roo.; Biodiversidad en Tekax, Yucatàn.; Flora y Fauna del Instituto Tecnológico de Chetumal; Flora y Fauna de la Universidad Tecnológica Regional del Sur; Flora y Fauna de la Universidad Politécnica de Quintana Roo; Biodiversidad de la Universidad del Caribe
@marcoschmidtffm => Fungi of Tropical Africa; Biota of the WAP complex; Flora of Africa
@ksandsman => Limestone Park
@nicolascatassi => Parco del Po vercellese - alessandrino
@raulalvarez => PN Cofre de Perote, Veracruz
@jpage_cwf => Help The Turtles/Aidons les tortues
@rebecca_nh => Lake Mineral Wells State Park & Trailway; Cleburne State Park
@shawnjames => Portland-Vancouver Regional Eco-Blitz
@amarzee => Birds of Rason
@alorenz => Villanova University Biodiversity; Roots and Wings Academy Schoolyard
@paulcools => Butterflies of Europe
@jtuttle => Upper Neuse - Haw Subbasins, North Carolina
@sedema-veracruz => ANP "El Tejar-Garnica", Veracruz; ANP "Predio Barragán", Veracruz; ANP "Cerro de la Galaxia", Veracruz; ANP "Río Filobobos y su entorno", Veracruz; ANP "Arroyo Moreno", Veracruz; ANP "Cerro de las Culebras", Veracruz; ANP "La Martinica", Veracruz; ANP "Río Pancho Poza", Veracruz; ANP "Sierra de Otontepec", Veracruz; ANP "Tembladeras - Laguna Olmeca", Veracruz; ANP " Molino de San Roque", Veracruz; ANP "Santuario del Loro Huasteco", Veracruz; ANP "Ciénaga del Fuerte", Veracruz; ANP "Francisco Xavier Clavijero", Veracruz; ANP "Metlac-Río Blanco", Veracruz; ANP "Cerro del Algodón", Veracruz; ANP "San Juan del Monte", Veracruz; ANP "Archipiélago de bosques y selvas de la región capital del Estado de Veracruz", Veracruz
@nbdragonflyguy => Odonates du NB Odonata; Grasshoppers, Crickets and Katydids of the Canadian Maritimes; Flower Flies (Syrphidae) of the Canadian Maritimes
@cchapman => Sedges of Ontario (Carex spp.); Ontario Willows (Salix spp.); Rushes of Ontario (Juncus spp.)
@dkaposi => Ontario Butterfly Atlas; Moths of Ontario
@arborsphere => Biodiversity of the Thousand Islands
@anthonybrooks => Kingdom Fungi: Maritimes
@brucebennett => Yukon Species of Conservation Concern
@jwalewski => FDLTCC Survey
@leibele => Natura dell'Appennino Piemontese
@markread => The Flora and Fauna of 337 Button Bay Road; Natural History of the Kingston Study Area
@keirmorse => Flora of Anza-Borrego State Park and adjacent desert; Bush Mallows - The Genus Malacothamnus
@fervillasenor => Biodiversidad de la región Tlalpujahua-El Oro, Estado de México
@rangerkate => Eisenhower State Park - Texas Parks & Wildlife
@pfau_tarleton => Bosque River Trail & City Park, Stephenville, TX
@coesbio-mor => Barranca Chalchihuapan, Morelos
@fabiocianferoni => Insetti di Firenze - Insects of Florence
@saguaro => Wildlife of Yuma County
@lilla => Parque Barranca de Chapultepec, Morelos
@tcurtis => Lichens of Ohio; Lichens in West Virginia
@ninamarieb => Trinity River Audubon Center (TRAC)
@lluvia => Reserva Estatal Las Estacas, Morelos
@gcsnelling => Arthropods of the desert Southwest; Mutillids of the world
@jdjohnson => NNHP Track List; NNHP Watch List
@birdfly => Riserva della Biosfera CollinaPo; Pesci del Piemonte
@linaforero => Biocamana
@fabienpiednoir => Nature Paillon; Wild Orchids of Western Palearctic
@boblange => Portage Park District Survey
@pioleon => Flora de La Región de Los Cabos, BCS, México; Corredor biológico Elota-Piaxtla (Bosque a salvo); Flora y Fauna Universidad Politécnica del Mar y la Sierra
@sarracenia => Spruill Farm Conservation Project
@thenehan => Lower Rio Grande Valley Wildlife
@sebeckett => Burlington VT Bird Tracking Project
@kaciccone => NCSU Wolfpack Citizen Science Challenge
@fmgee => Beetles of British Columbia
@serpophaga => Birds of Ventura County
@jujurenoult => CEFE's Home List
@ricjo007 => CoastBlitz Komene; CoastBlitz Mangahume; CoastBlitz Kaupokonui; CoastBlitz Ohawe
@wdvanhem => Grasses of Ontario (Poaceae); Thalictrawesome; Flora of Elgin County, Ontario
@e-aus-kanada => Curculionoidea (weevils and bark beetles) of the Canadian Maritimes
@claloe => Biodiversidad Tlalmanalco; Rancho FloryCanto; Escuela Lázaro Cárdenas, Tlalpujahua, Presa Brockmann, MC, MX
@dinobiancolini => Fauna dei Monti Lepini
@paolilli => BIO-EGAP Ticino e Lago Maggiore
@brieg => EcoExpedition 2017
@miversen => Hood Mountain Regional Park Biodiversity Project
@cupnclare => NPS Cumberland Piedmont Network Invasive Species
@naturesociety => NSS ESN-Queenstown Primary School; NSS ESN-Unity Secondary School; NSS ESN-National University of Singapore; NSS ESN-Nanyang Technological University
@nicolegallup => Hillcrest Road Sciutate; Downeast and Acadia
@lchdezs => Arañas de Baja California
@congareebigtrees => Congaree Big Trees
@texasnaturetrackers => Herps of Texas; Mammals of Texas; Texas Whooper Watch; Birds of Texas; Texas Milkweeds and Monarchs
@tarahumarasustentable => Tarahumara Sustentable, Chihuahua, México
@zoefoster => The Great Squirrel Adventure; Dandelion Delights; Spring Marvels; Early Flyers; Invasive Alert; Delectable Oysters
@davidrabehevitra => Zavamaniry Gasy (Plants of Madagascar); Montagne des Francais
@psyllidhipster => California Eucalyptus Monitoring Project
@clebo => Brian Booth State Park BioBlitz; Oregon State Parks Coastal Species Inventory
@solanamartinnah => Aves de Felipe Carrillo Puerto
@maureen-j-jules => Illinois Valley of sw OR and surroundings
@amy142 => Martin Dies, Jr. State Park
@lee_obrien => Bees & Wasps on USFWS-NWRS
@petekleinhenz => Birds of Florida; Diamondback Terrapins of Florida
@yaneliarzate => Aves de la Loma de Santa María y depresiones aledañas, Morelia, Michoacán
@fwc-paso => Florida WMA: Fred C. Babcock / Cecil M. Webb Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: Joe Budd Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: Chassahowitzka Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: Chinsegut Wildlife and Environmental Area; Pollinators of Florida; Herps of Florida; Mammals of Florida; Florida WMA: Aucilla Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: Florida Keys Wildlife and Environmental Area; Florida WMA: L. Kirk Edwards Wildlife and Environmental Area; Florida WMA: Lake Wales Ridge Wildlife and Environmental Area; Florida WMA: Watermelon Pond Wildlife and Environmental Area; Carnivorous Plants of Florida; Florida WMA: John C. and Mariana Jones/Hungryland Wildlife and Environmental Area; Florida WMA: Big Bend Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: Escribano Point Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: Apalachee Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: Guana River Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: Spirit-of-the-Wild Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: Salt Lake Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: Split Oak Forest Wildlife and Environmental Area; Florida WMA: Box-R Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: Apalachicola River Wildlife and Environmental Area; Florida WMA: Fort White Wildlife and Environmental Area; Florida WMA: Dinner Island Ranch Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: Andrews Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: J.W. Corbett Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: Fisheating Creek Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: Half Moon Wildlife Management Area; Mollusks of Florida; Florida WMA: Everglades and Francis S. Taylor Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: Suwannee Ridge Wildlife and Environmental Area; Florida WMA: Tenoroc Public Use Area; Florida WMA: Caravelle Ranch Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: Platt Branch Wildlife and Environmental Area; Florida WMA: Bell Ridge Longleaf Wildlife and Environmental Area; Florida WMA: Hilochee Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: Branan Field Wildlife and Environmental Area; Florida WMA: Rotenberger Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: Hickey Creek Wildlife and Environmental Area; Florida WMA: Lafayette Forest Wildlife and Environmental Area; Florida WMA: Holey Land Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: Little Gator Creek Wildlife and Environmental Area; Florida WMA: Okaloacoochee Slough Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: Perry Oldenburg Wildlife and Environmental Area; Florida WMA: Three Lakes Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: Triple N Ranch Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: T.M. Goodwin Waterfowl Management Area; Florida WMA: Crooked Lake Wildlife and Environmental Area; Florida WMA: Herky Huffman/Bull Creek Wildlife Management Area; Florida WMA: Moody Branch Wildlife and Environmental Area
@stiv64 => Flora de la orinoquia Colombiana
@eduardoholbox => Biodiversidad de Holbox
@osprey_alejandre => Parúlidos (Aves: Parulidae) de México
@marcobonifacino => Farfalle dell'Italia Nord-occidentale (Liguria, Piemonte, Valle d'Aosta)
@steveexplore => Nightshade Biodiversity (Genus Solanum)
@gmoran => Cuyamaca Rancho State Park; Palomar Mountain State Park; Salton Sea State Recreation Area; Picacho State Recreation Area
@ventanawildernessalliance => Northern Santa Lucia Range Inventory
@sbenson => Fog Lichens
@pgreenberg => Reston Biodiversity
@trevorpersons => Maine Amphibian and Reptile Atlas Project (MARAP)
@claudioflamigni => Geometrid Moths of Europe
@ontarionhic => (NHIC) Rare species of Ontario
@natsionanovogranatense => Aves del Municipio de Villavicencio
@fenixgerry => Jardín Botánico Helia Bravo Hollis, Zapotitlán Salinas, PUE, MX; Biodiversidad de San Juan Raya, Puebla, MX; Parque Estatal Santuario del Agua Laguna de Zumpango, estado de México; Parque Estatal Sierra de Guadalupe, Estado de México, Mx; Biodiversidad de Santa María Tecomavaca, Oax, Mx; Parque Estatal Sierra de Tepotzotlán, Estado de México; Parque Natural de Recreación Popular Sierra Nanchititla (PNRPSN), Estado de México, MX; Parque Estatal Santuario del Agua y Forestal Presa de Guadalupe, MX, MX; Parque Natural el Llano, Estado de México; Parque Estatal Santuario del Agua y Forestal Presa Villa Victoria; Parque Estatal Santuario del Agua y Forestal Presa Taxhimay; Cuenca Presa del Llano; Parque Natural de Recreación Popular Nahuatlaca-Matlalzinca; Parque Estatal Cerro de Cualtenco; Parque Estatal Cerro el Faro y Cerro de los Monos; Parque Estatal Cerro Pino Grande y Pino Chico; Parque Alameda Poniente San José de la Pila; Parque Estatal Cerro Gordo; Parque Estatal Cerro de la Cruz Tejaltepec, Estado de México; Parque Estatal Grutas Estrella; Parque Estatal La Goleta; Parque Nacional Los Remedios; Parque Estatal Nenetzingo Calderón; Parque Estatal Sierra de Patlachique; Parque Estatal Ecológico, Recreativo y Turístico Sierra Hermosa; Parque Estatal Lic. Isidro Fabela; Parque Estatal Los Tres Reyes; Parque Estatal de Recreación Popular el Ocotal; Parque Natural José María Velasco; Parque Estatal Chapa de Mota; Parque Nacional Desierto del Carmen o Nixcongo; Parque Municipal de Recreación Popular el Calvario; Parque Municipal Tlalnepantla; Parque Ecológico y Recreativo de Tenancingo Malinalco y Zumpahuacán; Parque Estatal Tlatucapa; Parque Urbano Las Sequoias; Parque Urbano Cerro Gordo; Parque Urbano Lomas Verdes; Parque Urbano Matlalzincas; Parque Nacional Molino de Flores Netzahualcoyotl; Á.N.P. Barrancas del Huizachal, del Arroyo Santa Cruz y Arroyo Plan de la Zanja; Reserva Ecológica Cerro Ayaqueme Volcán Huehuel; Reserva Estatal Ahuacatitlán; Zona de Recursos Naturales Rio Grande San Pedro; Zona Sujeta a Conservación Ambiental Barranca México 68; ANP Sujeta a Conservación Ambiental Barranca de los Ríos la Pastora, Loma y San Joaquín; Parque Estatal Santuario del Agua Sistema Hidrológico Presa Huapango; Parque Estatal Santuario del Agua Manantial Atlautla Ecatzingo; Parque Estatal Santuario del Agua Presa Ñado; Parque Estatal Santuario del Agua y Forestal Manantial Cascadas Diamantes; Parque Estatal Santuario del Agua Lagunas de Xico; Parque Estatal Santuario del Agua Manantiales de Tiacaque; Área Natural Protegida denominada Tiacaque; Parque Estatal Santuario del Agua Valle de Bravo; Área de Protección de Flora y Fauna Ciénegas del Lerma; Parque Nacional Sacromonte; Parque Nacional Bosencheve; Zona Protec. For. Terr. Cuencas Ríos Valle Bravo, Malacatepec, Tilostoc y Temascaltepec; Zona Sujeta a Conservación Ambiental Malpaís, Santo Tomás de los Platanos; Zona Sujeta a Conservación Ambiental Barranca de Tecamachalco, Estado de México; Parque Estatal El Oso Bueno, Estado de México; Parque Estatal Ecológico, Turístico y Recreativo San José Chalco, Estado de México; Parque Estatal Santuario del Agua y Forestal Subcuenca Antonio Alzate, Estado de México; Parque Estatal Santuario del Agua Corral de Piedra, Estado de México; Parque Estatal Santuario del Agua y Forestal Subcuenca Tributaria Río Mayorazgo, Estado de México; Parque Estatal Santuario del Agua Subcuenca Tributaria Río San Lorenzo, Estado de México; Parque Municipal Tecula, Estado de México; Parque Estatal Atizapan-Valle Escondido, Estado de México; Parque Estatal Picacho de Oro y Plata, Estado de México; Parque Estatal Sant. del Agua y For. Subc. Arroyo Sila, Estado de México; Estación CIVS San Cayetano; Reserva Ecológica denominada Sistema Tetzcotzinco, Estado de México; Reserva Ecológica Estatal La Cañada, Estado de México; Zona Sujeta a Conservación Ambiental Espíritu Santo, Estado de México; Ecoparque Metropolitano Puebla
@mamiferos_marinos => Mamíferos Marinos de Colombia
@cgrosete => Biodiversidad del CCH Vallejo
@jacobwurman => Saratoga Park, Fort Worth, Texas
@camachin555 => Biodiversidad de Acámbaro, Guanajuato y zonas aledañas, Guanajuato
@rada => Ente di Gestione Aree Protette dell'Ossola
@trackjackie69 => Biodiversity of Tuscaloosa County
@lizardsontheloose => OLD PROJECT 2017: Lizards On the Loose - Fairchild Challenge
@casawayuu => Biodiversidad de Quintana Roo
@judygibson => Imperial County Plants
@si_citizenscience => Downeast Phenology Trail
@whalecamp => Whale Camp Grand Manan Observations
@maradnant => Determinación de la flora (árboles y arbustos) del CCH Oriente
@calebcam => AfriHerps
@angie53 => Fauna de la Orinoquía colombiana
@jesse01 => Hongos De La Orinoquia Colombiana
@travmuir => NCC Sea Cider BioBlitz 2018
@sergio1948 => Humedal Tibanica
@yecsikapachon => Biodiversidad de la laguna de Fúquene
@atlanticcanadacdc => Rare Species of Nova Scotia; Rare Species of New Brunswick; Rare Species of Prince Edward Island
@brookschryer => Invasive Species in Ontario
@smera => Herps of Ontario
@presquilepp => Presqu'ile Provincial Park
@eaglemsc => Eagle School Retention Pond Bioblitz

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July 18, 2019

Kemper's visit to iNat HQ!

It was a treat to meet Yann (aka @kemper) and his little brother during a visit to iNaturalist HQ at the California Academy of Sciences. Yann's in the top 500 observers and top 50 identifiers on iNaturalist and he only just turned 15 today - pretty cool!

Posted on July 18, 2019 08:10 PM by loarie loarie | 4 comments | Leave a comment

July 11, 2019

Visit to the Lepidoptera Society Meeting

It was an honor to present iNaturalist at the 2019 Lepidoptera Society Meeting yesterday. I got to hear about the very cool work that @marcepstein and @ivonnegarzon are doing incorporating iNaturalist into their research.

I also got to meet some personal informatics hero's: ie Jon Pelham (right) of Butterflies of America, Markku Savela (middle) of, and Steve Nanz of Moth Photographer's Group

Many thanks to Michael Collins (middle) from the Carnegie Museum of Pittsburgh for helping organize and it was a treat to mee Bob Pyle (left), the founder of the Xerces Society!

Posted on July 11, 2019 10:04 PM by loarie loarie | 2 comments | Leave a comment