HELP WITH IDS - UK & Ireland Community - PLANTS

HELP WITH IDS - UK & Ireland Community - PLANTS

HELP WITH IDS - UK & Ireland Community - PLANTS - UK and Ireland : ꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷꟷ Purpose Of The Project To identify all our plants on iSpot without a likely identification. Please help by using your own expertise. or by virtue of the help list below, thank

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Purpose Of The Project

To identify all our plants on iSpot without a likely identification. Please help by using your own expertise. or by virtue of the help list below, thank you. Should anyone be aware of any other links to sites that would further enhance the ability to give plants an identification then please do let me know by way of the comment option. Get ID'ing, you know you want to, :-)

Mick
Mick E Talbot
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UKWILDLIFE'S

Presentation of the Wildlife countryside act 1981 Schedule 8

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Tip: Should you come across an observation that has been wrongly, or inadvertently place in the group Plants, and you know what group it should be in then all that needs to be done is as follows: Use the revised identification and if you do know the full enter it, if you don't, but you know the order to which it belongs, enter that, failing all that, but you can place in a group then do so. For example you know its an insect, but don't know what type then enter Insecta, it being the taxonomic class for all invertebrates, it works and gives the subject a better chance of getting a full ID. I know, why not just advise the author of the error? Well you can, and is often done and usually acted upon, but now and again one is found that has been informed, or not, and most of time will of been in the wrong group for 1+ years, its these that the tip refers too.
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Some help links to find likely ID's:

  1. Wildflower Finder

  2. British Bryological Society
  3. Tommorws Biodiversity Key to Groups of British Grasses
  4. The taxonomy of monocotsGrass Like Plant Identification

  5. Woodland Trust
  6. Ferns
  7. Alga: Seaweeds
  8. Atlas of the British and Irish flora
  9. Climbers
  10. Irish Wildflowers Index
  11. List of trees of Great Britain and Ireland
  12. Grasses
  13. List of trees of Great Britain and Ireland Has the options for tree and shrub, plus Brambles.
  14. Trees
  15. PDF ID guide

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iSpoter's observations with likely ID's in the following Orders:

  1. Alismatales - This taxon's children are: - More information

  2. Alismatiflorae - NBN Gateway*
  3. Aquifoliales - This taxon's children are:
  4. Areciflorae - NBN Gateway*
  5. Asparagales - This taxon's children are:
  6. Asterales - This taxon's children are:
  7. Boraginaceae (Family) - This taxon's children are:
  8. Brassicales - This taxon's children are:
  9. Caryophyllales
  10. Ctenocladales - NBN Gateway*
  11. Dilleniiflorae* - NBN Gateway*
  12. Dioscoreales
  13. Dipsacales
  14. Ericales - This taxon's children are:
  15. Ericales Extra reading on this order courtesy of Wikipedia
  16. Equisetales
  17. Fabales
  18. Fagales
  19. Gentianales
  20. Hypnales
  21. Isoetalesa>
  22. Jungermanniales
  23. Lamiales - This taxon's children are:
  24. Loasales - NBN Gateway*
  25. Malpighiales
  26. Myrtales
  27. Nymphaeales
  28. Pinales
  29. Poales
  30. Polypodiales
  31. Ranunculales
  32. Rosales
  33. Santalales
  34. Sapindales
  35. Saxifragales
  36. Angiosperm Phylogeny

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Books

  1. Plant Systematics: A Phylogenetic Approach

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Interesting reading courtesy of Wikipedia

  1. Plants

  2. Green algae
  3. Chlorophyta
  4. Charophyta
  5. Embryophyte
  6. Bryophyte
  7. Marchantiophyta
  8. Hornwort
  9. Moss
  10. Horneophytopsida
  11. Vascular plants
  12. Rhyniopsida
  13. Zosterophyllopsida
  14. Lycopodiophyta
  15. Trimerophytopsida
  16. Ferns
  17. Progymnosperm
  18. Spermatophyte
  19. Pteridospermatophyta
  20. Pinophyta
  21. Cycad
  22. Ginkgoales
  23. Gnetophyta
  24. Flowering plants

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* Is there an explanation as to why NBN have these listed yet they cant be found within the UKSI index/dictionary?
* Dilleniiflorae, a whole bunch, (sorry), depicted under this superorder? Feedback please as NBN have a good few more listed, which cant be found in the UKSI index.
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24 Feb 2016
MickETalbot