African Clawless Otter
African Clawless Otter - UK and Ireland : And a general discussion about Species and Projects. Have a look at this wonderful sighting of the ACO. Question, why can't iSpot turn every Species Dictionary Page i
And a general discussion about Species and Projects.
Have a look at this wonderful sighting of the ACO.
Question, why can't iSpot turn every Species Dictionary Page into a Project? The advantages seem clear to me, such as:
* A quick way to get to the distribution map without applying filters. Though 1st prize should still be that the location of an observation shows the distribution of the other species:
Here is the example I created for Hopliini some years ago * We could then collaboratively add info for the species a bit like Marion did so brilliantly for Malvaceae .
Other info would be how to identify the species, short keys, or links to keys, as well as a mention of other species it is often confused with.
"The African clawless otter, also known as the Cape clawless otter or groot otter, is the second-largest freshwater species of otter. African clawless otters are found near permanent bodies of water in savannah and lowland forest areas. They range through most of sub-Saharan Africa, except for the Congo River basin and arid areas. They are characterized by partly webbed and clawless feet, from which their name is derived."