reproduccion de azulejo garganta canela en Rincón de Arcentales, Municipio de General Cepeda Coahuila.

1.-Pareja de Azulejos Garganta Canela son fotografiados por primera vez el día 2 de Febrero en Fraccionamiento Campestre Rincon de Arcentales (km 42) carretera libre Saltillo-Torreón. Municipio de General Cepeda, Coahuila.

2.- Hay evidencia fotográfica que anidaron en un nogal seco (fotografias del 02 03 2024).

3.- 2 fotografias de un juvenil visto a las 11.48 am el 11 05 2024 en la misma zona.

3.- Ultima foto de azulejo garganta canela(adulto) el dia 18 de may...

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Posted on May 19, 2024 05:41 PM by calistemos calistemos | 1 observation | 0 comments | Leave a comment

After Day 1

We had a total of 792 observations on the first day of the bioblitz, with 320 unique species recorded, from bird’s nest fungi to the white-tipped ctenucha to the Wilson’s warbler to the fringed false hellebore. It's a little breathtaking to see the diversity of nature at Sea Ranch being displayed like this. 

While recording the number of species is key, we also would like to know where they are found, so for example we can document all the places the tanoak are thriving, or where...

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Posted on May 19, 2024 03:51 PM by akanbe akanbe | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Year 2 of the B-Team

Welcome to our second year of the B-Team Community Science Project at Rogers Center.

We are excited to see so many new observations already this year. I have yet to do much bee photography at Rogers - unfortunately, the warm weather coincides with school programs, so my time is pretty much booked. But on Monday mornings when I'm out leading our Rambles, I'll be taking bee photos when I can!

Soon our new Upstate Institute Fellow, Charlie Tourbaf, will be joining us, to p...

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Posted on May 19, 2024 03:02 PM by batgirl batgirl | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Welcome to Year 2

It's 2024 and we are already off to a great start! I'm seeing lots of new bees already added to our project, which is very exciting.

I'm waiting for a few sunny days when I can get away from my desk and go out on our property at Rogers Center and start recording what we have here. But in the meantime, our Upstate Institute Fellow for 2024, Charlie Tourbaf, will be joining us soon to pick up where Matt McGeary left off last year with the B-Team project. So we hope to be getting...

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Posted on May 19, 2024 02:56 PM by batgirl batgirl | 0 comments | Leave a comment

6 new species added to project since start of 2024

6 species:

Round Hickorynut Obovaria subrotunda, 2 observations
crane-fly orchid Tipularia discolor, 1 observation
Fawnsfoot Truncilla donaciformis, 1 observation
northern oak fern Gymnocarpium jessoense, 1 observation
Prairie Crab Apple Malus ioensis, 1 observation
Goosefoot Cornsalad Valerianella chenopodifolia, 1 observation

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Posted on May 19, 2024 02:46 PM by chipperatl chipperatl | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Festival Day: Morning Tally

Today at 7am: 2201 observations of 443 species for 180 observers Most observed species: Claytonia siberica (35 obs) followed by Tellima grandiflora & Iris tenax with 30 obs each.
To see the full tally of observations per species click on https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/lane-county-wildflower-show-florablitz-2024?tab=species
You can scroll dow...

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Posted on May 19, 2024 01:59 PM by ribes2018 ribes2018 | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Un discreto visitante en el parque



Novedades

El día 18 de mayo pudimos observar un ejemplar de mantis patapalo (Hypsicorypha gracilis) camuflada entre los arbustos de la zona.

Si estás interesado en ver la observación de iNaturalist, haz click

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Posted on May 19, 2024 01:20 PM by nestork66 nestork66 | 0 comments | Leave a comment

New project: fern associates

I've just created a new project to collect observations of things that feed on ferns, and all are welcome to join! https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/feasting-on-ferns

It may seem like not much eats ferns, but many insects and other animals do, either casually or exclusively--including sawfly larvae, moth caterpillars, agromyzid and anthomyiid fly larvae, leafhoppers, foliar nematodes, ...

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Posted on May 19, 2024 12:33 PM by ceiseman ceiseman | 0 comments | Leave a comment

3000 taksonów

Dobiliśmy do 3000 taksonów!!!
Z tego gatunków ze stopniem badawczym 2042, natomiast łączna ilość obserwacji to ponad 16 300.
Przybywają kolejne interesujące gatunki oraz wiedza o rozmieszczeniu tych już znanych.
Następny kamień milowy ... niech będzie 3500 :)

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Posted on May 19, 2024 12:13 PM by rysiaty_lubuskie rysiaty_lubuskie | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Mid-May update

Dragonflies are in the air in increasing numbers now. The number of observers is also on the rise.

We are on pace with 2023 (which set new high records) for numbers and species. For 2024, there are over 3,000 observations, over 250 observers, over 70 species. The weather for the next 10 days is also favorable.

There are a number of new County Records and also some new Early Flight dates. It's challenging to keep up with everything when I want to be in the field!

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Posted on May 19, 2024 12:03 PM by jimlem jimlem | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Thoughts on Singapore Acanthaspis

1. Introduction

Acanthaspis is a genus (Reduviidae: Reduviinae) of assassin bugs found in Africa and parts of Asia. The most recent large publication concerning the oriental species deals with species found in China. You can read mo...

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Posted on May 19, 2024 10:55 AM by eggshe11 eggshe11 | 0 comments | Leave a comment

2 weitere Art in allen Quadranten / 1 neu

alle Quadranten
Tragopogon orientalis - Orientalischer Bocksbart
Euphrasia officinalis - Gewöhnlicher Augentrost

neu
Iris sibirica - Sibirische Schwertlilie

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Posted on May 19, 2024 09:04 AM by mondseeirrsee mondseeirrsee | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Facciamo un passo avanti

Provate ad approfondire la conoscenza di una delle vostre osservazioni.
Utilizzate la piattaforma e vedrete che potrete arrivare a conoscere tutto su quella pianta o animale e anche imparare a riconoscerla meglio rispetto a chi le somiglia.
Buon divertimento!

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Posted on May 19, 2024 07:38 AM by ggiuliani62 ggiuliani62 | 0 comments | Leave a comment

The ostrich as a quasi-ungulate, part 3

The ostrich (Struthio camelus) is the largest living bird.

It has an uniquely large intestine for a bird, resembling ungulates in this way.

In this series of Posts, I compare the ostrich with ungulates in terms of

  • body sizes,
  • organ sizes,
  • habitats, and
  • diet.

This provides a basis for ecological comparison between the ostrich and African ungulates.

I find that the ostrich shares the same body mass as several co...

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Posted on May 19, 2024 06:02 AM by milewski milewski | 8 comments | Leave a comment

We have reached 100 species recorded on Bindea!

Congrats, everyone, the Bindea project has just ticked over 100 species recorded!

You can see which are the most frequently recorded species (and the whole list) here:

https://inaturalist.nz/projects/bindea-porcupine-reserve-and-surrounds-plants-animals-and-fungi?tab=species

We are also at over 170 observations.

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Posted on May 19, 2024 04:19 AM by timcurran timcurran | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Omahu Bush Reserve

A Sunday morning walk in Omahu Bush Reserve

Grey and cloudy

There was

A lichen with long pale stems and delicate antler shaped branches
INaturalist suggested it to be in the Genus Stereocaulon - foam or snow lichens

Raoulia glabra
Growing on a bank. I did not know what it was until Inat gave the answer. It may not be correct.
A diminutive treasure

White climbing rātā, Metrosideros diffusa
Growing up a Pseudowintera colorata a...

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Posted on May 19, 2024 02:57 AM by katrina_muir katrina_muir | 21 observations | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Guía para identificar especies de Typophyllum

Breve introducción
Las hojitas caminantes del género Typophyllum muestran un importante dimorfismo sexual, con los machos de apenas la mitad del tamaño de las hembras. Eso es relacionado con el comportamiento de apareamiento, con el pequeño macho inicialmente aferrado al costado de una tegmina de la hembra. Así que macho y hembra de una sola especie pueden aparecer completamente diferentes. Normalmente solo los machos tienen en las tegminas una emarginación ...

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Posted on May 19, 2024 02:24 AM by typophyllum typophyllum | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Bioblitz am Campus der Uni Wien am 22.5.2024 // Tag der Artenvielfalt Öko Campus Wien und Uni Wien

Einladung Bioblitz am Campus:

22.Mai: Internationaler Tag der Biodiversität
BioBlitz: https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/bioblitz-tag-der-artenvielfalt-2024-campus-der-uni-wien

World Biodiversity Day
Am 22. Mai wird daran erinnert, dass der Schutz von Arten, Lebensräumen und genetischer Vielfalt weltweit viel stärkere Anstrengungen ...

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Posted on May 18, 2024 11:21 PM by isadoraisadorable isadoraisadorable | 2 comments | Leave a comment

Easier to take photos using smartphone camera and upload to app later

Having just gotten back from an outing, I find it's easier to just take photos using my smartphone camera (not the camera on the iNat app) because it takes too long on the app with the spotty connection. The smartphone camera will record the time and location, and you can upload the photos to the app and identify them when you get home using the "Photo Library" feature.
--Ailene

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Posted on May 18, 2024 10:00 PM by akanbe akanbe | 0 comments | Leave a comment

11 new species added to Moths of Michigan in 2024 so far

Poking around the iNat forums I found this really cool tool (https://kildor.name/inat/new-species) that shows new species for projects. This is something I've struggled with in this project is knowing what new species were added.

For 2024 these 11 are new species added.
11 species:

Pale Apple Leafroller Moth Pseudexentera mali, 3 observations
Filigreed Moth Chimoptesis pennsylvaniana, 2 ...

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Posted on May 18, 2024 09:17 PM by chipperatl chipperatl | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Notes

90% rule

  • Allium sp. onions, garlic
  • Rubus sp. brambles
  • Ribes sp. Gooseberries, currants
  • Malus sp. Apples, crabapples
  • Thistles
  • Vaccinium sp. Blueberries, cranberries, huckleberries, etc
  • Violet sp. Viola
  • Rose fam Rosaceae
  • Aster fam Asteraceae
  • Mustard fam. Brassicaceae
  • Grass fam Poaceae
  • Mint family Lamiaceae

Look for

  • Huckleberry
  • Gooseberries
  • ...

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Posted on May 18, 2024 07:27 PM by mcbeccers mcbeccers

Countryside Flowers

Floriculture Futuristics for future Edible Prospects...

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Posted on May 18, 2024 05:19 PM by suheelahmad99 suheelahmad99 | 0 comments | Leave a comment

The ostrich as a quasi-ungulate, part 2: proportional sizes of organs in ostrich-size, yearling juveniles of the eastern white-bearded wildebeest (Connochaetes albojubatus) near Nairobi, Kenya

The following illustrate juveniles of the eastern white-bearded wildebeest (Connochaetes albojubatus, https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?taxon_id=525438) at an ontogenetic stage corresponding in body mass approximately to adults of the coexisting Maasai ostrich (Struthio camelus massaicus, https://w...

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Posted on May 18, 2024 03:19 PM by milewski milewski | 16 comments | Leave a comment

Distribution and Identification of Loxophlebia egregia: A New Record from Panama

Loxophlebia egregia is a species that was first described by Schaus, 1911 (https://archive.org/details/annalsmagazineof871911lond/page/174/mode/1up?view=theater) with the type locality of Guapiles in Costa Rica. Later, Hampson, 1914 provided a new description (

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Posted on May 18, 2024 02:53 PM by regisrafael regisrafael | 2 comments | Leave a comment

Birding in the South Carolina Lowcountry - February 2024

Saturday. 17 February 2024. Arrived at Palm Key, Ridgeland, South Carolina for our Birding in the Lowcountry Road Scholar program around 1800 EST and settled into our very nice cottage at 513 Broad River Road. Our first cool bird of the trip was an Anhinga along a roadside ditch at the airport. Trip up from KSAV was easy: 95 North from KSAV to Exit 8/SC-278 E in Hardeeville. East on 278 5.4 miles to Publix Supermarket for light groceries, then Copper Plate Road, immediate left on N...

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Posted on May 18, 2024 02:42 PM by mpgooley mpgooley | 27 observations | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Daily Tally: Going into Day 5:

Observations continue to be posted ~Thank you everyone!

Today is the last day to make observations for this event, although you can post the observations well into the future. However, it would be nice to have most observation posted by 5/19 the day of the Festival.

5/18 7 am: 1601 observations of 365 Plant species.
Most Observed Species: Iris tenax with Trillium ovatum and Claytonia sibirica as very close seconds

Violets Anyone? Viola praemorsa, Upland y...

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Posted on May 18, 2024 02:27 PM by ribes2018 ribes2018 | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Préparation voyage Balkans SLL

Généralités

C'est un programme copieux avec beaucoup de kilomètres et 4 pays:
Bulgarie
Macédoine (du Nord)
Albanie
Grèce

Programme officiel

J1 - 1.06. Arrivée à Sofia (vol de Munich 18h45). Rencontre avec le guide, présentation du programme.
Nuit en ville de Sofia (hôtel Central https://central-hotel.com/en/)
J2 - 2.06. Transfert jusqu à Bitola en Macédoine (370 km), ...

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Posted on May 18, 2024 01:45 PM by jmvanel jmvanel | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Mystery (and other) miners to watch for

(The text below is copied from a public post I just made on my Patreon page. Since I can't add attachments here, to access those you'll have to visit this link.)

Hi everyone,

As many of you know, I have a spreadsheet of over 1000 mystery leafminers, which I have organized by host plant, but it can easily be sorted by geography and phenology to come up with a list of mines to look ...

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Posted on May 18, 2024 12:12 PM by ceiseman ceiseman | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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