Askham Bryan College Campus

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A project page for students and staff to upload species observations from around the college campus

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Askham Bryan College Campus

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A project page for students and staff to upload species observations from around the college campus

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Hottentots Holland Flora

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Fab scratchpatch

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To scratch around in the Fabs

Erica Road Wilderness Heights

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Riviersonderend

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Bergville Scratch area

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baieBIO East Coast

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Sub-project of baieBIO (http://www.ispotnature.org/projects/baiebio)
To keep track of observations for the East Coast made by divers doing the Diving Ecological Observer baieBIO and Fundi training program run by SURG as part of the SANBI SeaKeys project.

baieBIO South Coast

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Sub-project of baieBIO (http://www.ispotnature.org/projects/baiebio)
To keep track of observations for the West Coast made by divers doing the Diving Ecological Observer baieBIO and Fundi training program run by SURG as part of the SANBI SeaKeys project.

baieBIO West Coast

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Sub-project of baieBIO (http://www.ispotnature.org/projects/baiebio)
To keep track of observations for the West Coast made by divers doing the Diving Ecological Observer baieBIO and Fundi training program run by SURG as part of the SANBI SeaKeys project.

European Micropezids & Tanypezids

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Extension of the UK Recording Scheme "Stilt & Stalk Flies" to capture European observations.
These are Diptera in the superfamilies Nerioidea (families Pseudopomyzidae and Micropezidae) and Diopsoidea (families Tanypezidae, Strongylophthalmyiidae, Megamerinidae and Psilidae)
For an idea of what they look like or for identification take a look at the following identification sites: Dipterists Forum (http://www.dipteristsforum.org.uk/forums.php) the European Diptera.info (http://www.diptera.info/news.php) and the Dipteres section of the French Le monde des insectes (https://insecte.org/).

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European Micropezids & Tanypezids

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Extension of the UK Recording Scheme "Stilt & Stalk Flies" to capture European observations.
These are Diptera in the superfamilies Nerioidea (families Pseudopomyzidae and Micropezidae) and Diopsoidea (families Tanypezidae, Strongylophthalmyiidae, Megamerinidae and Psilidae)
For an idea of what they look like or for identification take a look at the following identification sites: Dipterists Forum (http://www.dipteristsforum.org.uk/forums.php) the European Diptera.info (http://www.diptera.info/news.php) and the Dipteres section of the French Le monde des insectes (https://insecte.org/).

Outramps CREW Peak Formosa

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Firekill

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Displaying observations of animals that are caught out in fire.
Which species are particularly vulnerable to fire? And could be vulnerable to changes in fire regimes?

Please add the tag Firekill to your qualifying observations.

Springbokvlakte

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Recording species found on the Springbokvlakte, Limpopo Province.

Springbokvlakte wildlife

Bracken Nature Reserve

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A small reserve on a hill in Brakenfell. Was used as a quarry and then a landfill site, but now useless so a nature reserve. Conserving some remnants of Fynbos and rocky Fynbos Thicket.

In the 1700s the hill overlooking Brackenfell was known as Kanonkop due to a signalling cannon that was stationed there. It was used to signal farmers of the arrival of ships that might buy their produce.

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Observations in Assagay

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To keep a record of fauna and flora in the Assagay Valley

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Species in Namibia

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Research for a NF PB

Potberg in De Hoop Nature Reserve

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To narrow down the options for id'ing

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Petra's Scratchpatch

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This is a workbook, looking at previously recorded species in various areas. The mapped area will change, as will the taxa of interest.

Worm identifier

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Can anyone please tell me what kind of worm this is I found in my house! Many thanks.

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Alex's

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Explore.

Cederberg Adventure 2016

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Scout Adventure, what can we find?

For details about the Adventure see: Cedarberg Adventure

For previous adventures please see:
Cedarberg Adventure 2014

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Cedarberg Adventure 2014

Mooifontein

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Fauna and Flora study

MNS G1 IN10 N1

Medicinal Plants

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To collate observations where properly documented treatment is known. Preferably a link or reference to the publication should be made in the observation and a short summary of the medical use, treatment, dosage, and contra-indications.

If the plant is used medicinally and there is no verifiable literature, then extensive corroboration would be required. In these cases, a full description of the uses, dosages, contra-indications and the like to be used. - Its a bit pointless to say that e.g.

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Hawequa Flora

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¡Explora las interacciones entre organismos en tu comunidad!

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El objetivo de este proyecto es que entre todos vayamos construyendo el mapa de las interacciones bióticas que ocurren en Galicia.

Karoo Biogaps: Beetles

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Currently the Karoo is poorly surveyed for biodiversity (indigenous animals and plants) and there are large gaps in our understanding of which species occur in which parts of the Karoo. There is a need for field surveys to be conducted to discover which plants and animals occur in which habitats. Information gathered from the fieldwork in the Karoo will allow us to gain a clear understanding of species distribution patterns and allow us to determine which species are common and widespread and which are rare and restricted only to certain areas of the Karoo.

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My Scr@tchp@tch

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Yes I need two!!
This is dedicated to those observations without an ID.

Astroloba

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To explore this genus and some of its enigmatic issues.

Telkom Radio Natural Heritage Area

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Passive collection of species data for the new Stewardship Site.

Hesperantha sufflava

Pyralidae Western Cape

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Moth_Face with scale

Karoo Biogaps: Help with IDs

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Currently the Karoo is poorly surveyed for biodiversity (indigenous animals and plants) and there are large gaps in our understanding of which species occur in which parts of the Karoo. There is a need for field surveys to be conducted to discover which plants and animals occur in which habitats. Information gathered from the fieldwork in the Karoo will allow us to gain a clear understanding of species distribution patterns and allow us to determine which species are common and widespread and which are rare and restricted only to certain areas of the Karoo.

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Karoo Biogaps: Fungi and Lichens

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Currently the Karoo is poorly surveyed for biodiversity (indigenous animals and plants) and there are large gaps in our understanding of which species occur in which parts of the Karoo. There is a need for field surveys to be conducted to discover which plants and animals occur in which habitats. Information gathered from the fieldwork in the Karoo will allow us to gain a clear understanding of species distribution patterns and allow us to determine which species are common and widespread and which are rare and restricted only to certain areas of the Karoo.

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Karoo Biogaps: Goggos

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Currently the Karoo is poorly surveyed for biodiversity (indigenous animals and plants) and there are large gaps in our understanding of which species occur in which parts of the Karoo. There is a need for field surveys to be conducted to discover which plants and animals occur in which habitats. Information gathered from the fieldwork in the Karoo will allow us to gain a clear understanding of species distribution patterns and allow us to determine which species are common and widespread and which are rare and restricted only to certain areas of the Karoo.

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Karoo Biogaps: Plants

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Currently the Karoo is poorly surveyed for biodiversity (indigenous animals and plants) and there are large gaps in our understanding of which species occur in which parts of the Karoo. There is a need for field surveys to be conducted to discover which plants and animals occur in which habitats. Information gathered from the fieldwork in the Karoo will allow us to gain a clear understanding of species distribution patterns and allow us to determine which species are common and widespread and which are rare and restricted only to certain areas of the Karoo.

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Karoo Biogaps: Vertebrates

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Currently the Karoo is poorly surveyed for biodiversity (indigenous animals and plants) and there are large gaps in our understanding of which species occur in which parts of the Karoo. There is a need for field surveys to be conducted to discover which plants and animals occur in which habitats. Information gathered from the fieldwork in the Karoo will allow us to gain a clear understanding of species distribution patterns and allow us to determine which species are common and widespread and which are rare and restricted only to certain areas of the Karoo.

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Identification

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please ID this shrub

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matroosberg and surrounds

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Collate observations for biodiversity in the Matroosberg mountain and surrounding areas like Bokkerivier NR and Ben Etive NR

Ventersdorp plant and wildlife

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To limit impact of development on natural fauna and flora

Greater Knysna

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Search

The Country Club Johannesburg biodiversity

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To observe all biodiversity observations for the country club

Aloes of Southern Africa

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Conservation

Risidale Plants and Wildlife

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To identify all street trees and plants and wildlife in Risidale suburb.

Black Eagles in Pretoria

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For demonstation

Wakkerstroom

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To collect information on Wakkerstroom & surrounding areas, Flora and Fauna

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Daberas 8

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The purpose of this project is to group the pictures taken of species found on this farm and to help with their identificatioin.

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Ibises of Wakkerstroom

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find out what Ibises occur near wakkerstroom

Millwood Goldfields area

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Millwood Mining Village is a ghost town located in the foothills of the Outeniqua mountains. It was the site of a short-lived gold rush in the 1880s. In 1876 James Hooper found gold-bearing gravel in a small creek off the Karatara River, this was later names Jubilee Creek.

The purpose of this project is to help with the identification of species seen in the area.

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Longleaf Wattle

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To collate our data for a preliminary assessment of the distribution of this species and its biocontrol as part of its introduction to Portugal.