DENDROLOGIA….....Arboles de la familia Bignoniaceae en el Jardín Botánico La Laguna [PANKIA 37(1) 2018]

La familia Bignoniaceae está compuesta por 110 géneros y cerca de 837 especies con distribución pantropical; concentrada principalmente en América tropical y con unos pocos representantes en las zonas templadas del mundo. Presentan árboles, arbustos o bejucos. Sus hojas generalmente son opuestas, palmati o pinnati-compuestas, a veces simples. El folíolo terminal frecuentemente es reemplazado por un zarcillo.
La inflorescencia es terminal o axilar, una panícula o un racimo o reducida ...

Posted on May 25, 2022 13:36 by pablogalan pablogalan | 0 comments | Leave a comment

ALGO DEL JARDÍN BOTÁNICO……………....La familia Acanthaceae [PANKIA 37(1) 2018]

Clase: Equisetopsida
Sub-clase: Magnoliidae
Super-orden: Asteranae
Orden: Lamiales

La familia Acanthaceae posee un aproximado de 227 géneros y 3,390 especies, distribuidas principalmente en los trópicos y sólo unas pocas se encuentran en las regiones cálido templadas. Para El Salvador en 2011 el especialista T.F. Daniel resume la familia en 67 especies, de las cuales 30 pueden observarse en el Jardín Botánico. Cuadro 1.
Descripción
Arboles, arbustos, bejucos y...

Posted on May 25, 2022 13:30 by pablogalan pablogalan | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Invitation to join the Great Southern Bioblitz project in the Overberg

It is exciting that Southern Overberg has been extended into the larger Overberg for the upcoming Great Southern Bioblitz from 28-31 October 2022. The area now more or less includes the Overberg District without the Overstrand.

We want all our members of the past City Nature Challenge (CNC) in the Southern Overberg to also become members of our first Great Southern Bioblitz (GSB) in the Overberg.

But first, read more about our scope for this GSB in the Overberg. If you li...

Posted on May 25, 2022 13:30 by c_brunke c_brunke

HERBARIO……....Colectas Botánicas [PANKIA 37(1) 2018]

De acuerdo con el trabajo de recolecta botánica e inventarios de flora que desarrolla el herbario LAGU de la Sección Técnica Científica del Jardín Botánico La Laguna, durante los años 2016 y 2017 se realizaron giras de campo a diferentes áreas naturales que conforman el Sistema Nacional de áreas protegidas (SINAP) y algunas áreas privadas, con el objetivo de contribuir a su conocimiento y documentación, tales como: Reserva de la Biósfera Apaneca-Ilamatepec, conformada por P.N. El Imposib...

Posted on May 25, 2022 13:23 by pablogalan pablogalan | 0 comments | Leave a comment

First GLOBAL team meeting

We just held the first meeting of the Scott Bader Global Biodiverity Monitoring team, with members from Canada to the Middle East and Africa, as well as Wollaston and Croatia, and it's a go! We can all start recording sightings ASAP. Even old records will be accepted. For them to be assigned to the Project, each site needs to send Steve a .kml Shape file, that can be created in Google Earth or supplied by the site's management from municipal records.

Posted on May 25, 2022 13:16 by stevewoodhall stevewoodhall | 0 comments | Leave a comment

First Team meeting

We just held the first meeting of the Scott Bader Global Biodiverity Monitoring team, and it's a go! We can all start recording sightings ASAP. Even old records will be accepted. For them to be assigned to the Project, each site needs to send Steve a .kml Shape file, that can be created in Google Earth or supplied by the site's management from municipal records.

Posted on May 25, 2022 13:09 by stevewoodhall stevewoodhall | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Replay du Webinaire de restitution du projet

Vous trouverez ici le pdf et l'enregistrement de la présentation de restitution du projet :

https://dropsu.sorbonne-universite.fr/s/Y4tTWC2r9PWmkpY
mot de passe : cnc_idf_2022

Bravo encore à toutes et tous pour votre participation et à l'année prochaine nous espérons

Posted on May 25, 2022 12:53 by jerome_mathieu jerome_mathieu | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Help vote for 2022 CNC Crowd Favorites!

THANK YOU to the hundreds of people who submitted observations to the 2022 City Nature Challenge in Utah! To celebrate the amazing turnout, and great observations made in UT, we want to give out some PRIZES, and we need your help to determine the winners!

To show our gratitude, the Natural History Museum of Utah, Utah's Hogle Zoo, and Thanksgiving point are teaming up to give tickets to the winners of the following categories:

  • Crowd Favorite Invertebrate Ob...
Posted on May 25, 2022 12:51 by nhmucitsci nhmucitsci | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Ссылка на тест (пересдача)

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeDqtBQ8bYpWYUOlgrL4nAlZyMK_ui-m8-FAU6YXtg_YC_87Q/viewform?usp=sf_link

Ссылка опубликована в 15:10 MSK, она будет работать ровно 40 минут. Вам необходимо будет заполнить и отправить форму до 15:50 MSK. Сдача зачёта оптимизирована под ПК/планшет. Все технические проблемы - это ваши проблемы.

По...

Posted on May 25, 2022 12:08 by apseregin apseregin | 3 comments | Leave a comment

Welcome to our iNaturalist Collection!

This is an iNaturalist collection for the Columbia University summer course: EEEBS1001- Biodiversity.
Students in the course will 'join' this project, and all observations made in the city of NY will automatically appear here.
Let's see what we find!
-Sara

Posted on May 25, 2022 11:31 by sarakross sarakross | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Trial run!

We are ready for a great field season, collecting damselflies across Finland and Norway. Stay tuned for updates when we take off on June 6!

Posted on May 25, 2022 10:40 by nicky_lustenhouwer nicky_lustenhouwer | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Онлайн-брифинг перед стартом Кубка 2022 года: ссылка на стрим

Дорогие друзья!

В субботу (28 мая) стартует Четвёртый Кубок «Флоры России» по фотофиксации растений 2022 года. В этом году Кубок состоится в личном зачёте. Внимательно читайте регламент:

Posted on May 25, 2022 08:17 by apseregin apseregin | 0 comments | Leave a comment

How to choose best custom glitter boxes?

Are you looking for the bestcustom glitter boxes? Do you have a glitter cosmetics brand and need your own custom-designed boxes? You’re in the right place! Today, we will talk about how to choose the best glitter box manufacturer. After reading this article, you will know everything aboutglitter packaging boxes. You will know whether to go with a boutique or mass-scale manufacturer. 

Moreover, you will learn what to look for when choosing a vendor and why it is so crucial to find...

Posted on May 25, 2022 06:44 by vanebling vanebling

Cách đọc biểu đồ chứng khoán cho người mới bắt đầu

Chứng khoán hiện đang là một trong những thị trường đầu tư sôi động nhất. Thậm chí, nhiều người không biết chút gì về chứng khoán cũng đổ xô tạo tài khoản và giao dịch. Chỉ nghe lời khuyên từ người quen, nhiều người đã đổ hết tiền của mình vào và phải chịu cảnh mất trắng. Nếu bạn nghiêm túc muốn tham gia lĩnh vực này, đừng chỉ nghe lời người khác, mà hãy tự trang bị kiến thức cho mình, căn bản nhất là cách đọc biểu đồ.

1. Các dạng đồ thị thường gặp

Giá và biến động của ...

Posted on May 25, 2022 06:24 by ngn134263 ngn134263 | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Sàn probit là gì? Tại sao sàn probit lại trở nên thu hút và hấp dẫn nhiều người đến như vậy

Với sự phát triển mạnh mẽ và liên tục của thị trường tiền điện tử như ngay nay. Hàng loạt các xu hướng, những đổi mới, tiện ích ngày càng được cập nhật và bổ sung vào thị trường, nào là các hình thức tài chính phi tập trung như staking, borrowing, lending, yield farming,... các thể loại game nft , game play to earn, game fi giúp cho các nhà đầu tư có thể gia tăng lợi nhuận của mình trong quá trình đầu tư vào dự án đó, các sự kiện nổi tiếng của các đồng coin nền tảng như hard fork, mang đ...

Posted on May 25, 2022 06:15 by lann50576 lann50576 | 0 comments | Leave a comment

iNatters of Bonner County Unite!

Hello iNatters!

In case you haven’t heard, there’s going to be another iNaturalist bioblitz, the 2022 Summer Northern Rocky Mountain Biodiversity Challenge: Bonner County (NRMBCBC) from 12:01 AM on Thursday June 9th to 11:59 PM on Sunday June 12th, 2022. Please check out the About section and future Project Journal entries for more information.

Posted on May 25, 2022 05:54 by quovadis quovadis | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Birds of the Western Oak Barrens - Eastern Whip-Poor-Will

After years of listening to the Eastern Whip-Poor-Wills calling through the evening and early hours of the morning, I finally came across a nest site this evening. I was taking a shortcut through a grove of trees, and startled a EWPW from it's nest. What surprised me was how quietly it flew, but also how obvious it made itself at the same time. It was much like the distraction display of the Killdeer I had witnessed only 15mins earlier which acted out it's 'broken wing' charade to get me...

Posted on May 25, 2022 04:52 by saulih saulih | 0 comments | Leave a comment

City Nature Challenge Day 2

3:15am: The two first hours of sleep on the auditorium floor were rough and very uncomfortable. Then I put my lunch box under my knees and it was heaven (or just exhaustion maybe). When my alarm went off at 3:15, I just wanted to grab a hammer and smash my phone. But reason prevailed and I got up. Soon the excitement of knowing we would be walking through the tide pools in just a few minutes took over. Flashlights, headlights, camera, phone… Let’s go. It is a bit surreal to be in the tid...

Posted on May 25, 2022 04:14 by patsimpson2000 patsimpson2000 | 14 observations | 0 comments | Leave a comment

November 1, 2017 - Sumidero Canyon

The tour group left San Cristobal to go for a boat ride on the river in Sumidero Canyon. The actual ride took two hours and we boarded the boat where the river goes through the major town of Tuxtla Gutiérrez. Although it was quite hot and we we were in the direct sun, the air was cool enough when the boat was moving.
We saw crocodiles, egrets (both grey and white) and two spider monkeys. The monkeys had just been released into the wild and wore tracking collars. Also there were lots...

Posted on May 25, 2022 03:43 by kittsw kittsw | 14 observations | 0 comments | Leave a comment

October 18, 2019 - Kumakougen

Leaving the accommodation before 07:00, the weather is humid. Misty and cool with the threat of rain to come. The road heads up hill for 45 minutes. A reasonably tough go, which makes me glad I didn’t try this the previous afternoon. I’m sweating again like a snowman locked in a sauna. As the valley narrows the road narrows as wel till it is effectively one lane width. The cars come whizzing past. Not frequently, but enough to make you stop and think. One semi trailer went past, luckily ...

Posted on May 25, 2022 03:30 by kittsw kittsw | 6 observations | 0 comments | Leave a comment

October 5, 2019 - Cape Ashizuri, Western Side

Cape Ashizuri is a fairly remote part of Japan, and the distance to Temple 38, Kongofukuji, is the longest to any single temple on the pilgrimage. In fact it is also one of the very few places where a Henro must backtrack over, more or less, the exact path they walked to get there. Rather than retrace exactly my path of the previous day, I had decided to initially go up the western side of the cape, before cutting across the peninsula to Shimonokae, where I had stayed the night before an...

Posted on May 25, 2022 03:20 by kittsw kittsw | 5 observations | 0 comments | Leave a comment

October 4, 2019 - Temple 38, Kongofukuji

Because of the rain of the previous day I had left Shimanto quite late. Almost lunchtime. Despite this I did manage to complete nearly 20 km but that meant I had push myself so hard in the last couple of hours. I think that was why I was worn out at the end of the day. After resting and just before going to bed, I went to the urinal but there was not much to come out. Normally I don’t like tea, especially the green matcha types. The iced tea that the accommodation people had provided was...

Posted on May 25, 2022 03:10 by kittsw kittsw | 5 observations | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Butterfly ID tips from Parragon's Ultimate Guide

Giant Swallowtail -- distinguished by diagonal band of yellow spots on each forewing, large yellow spots on margins of each wing and yellow eyespots on the tails.

Tiger Swallowtail -- background color is yellow with black stripes on the forewing and black wing margins with yellow spots, tail streamers are black and hindwing edges are gently scalloped.

Black Swallowtail -- two rows of yellow dots along wing margins, iridescent blue patch on hindwings between the bands, a s...

Posted on May 25, 2022 03:08 by textileranger textileranger | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Field Class June 11 with Jon Rebman

Now's your chance to learn firsthand how to make the best plant observations on iNaturalist and to have your questions answered by one of San Diego County's local botanical experts! Join San Diego Natural History Museum Curator of Botany and National Geographic Explorer Dr. Jon Rebman on Saturday, June 11, 2022, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Mission Trails Regional Park for a class on perfecting your iNaturalist plant observations. Jon will share tips and tricks for how to make plant observa...

Posted on May 25, 2022 03:06 by patsimpson2000 patsimpson2000 | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Field Class June 11 with Jon Reman

We all know that our bee observations go hand in hand with the plants they visit. See the amazing opportunity below to sharpen your plant observations!

Now's your chance to learn firsthand how to make the best plant observations on iNaturalist and to have your questions answered by one of San Diego County's local botanical experts! Join San Diego Natural History Museum Curator of Botany and National Geographic Explorer Dr. Jon Rebman on Saturday, June 11, 2022, from 9 a.m. to 12 ...

Posted on May 25, 2022 03:00 by patsimpson2000 patsimpson2000 | 0 comments | Leave a comment

April 24, 2019 - Minami-awa Sun Line

Walking on the road in the misty rain of the morning. The visibility was only about 20 metres. There were no footpaths and I wondered if I would hear a car before seeing it. And would that give me enough time to get out of the way…

The owner of the guest house had given me some reasonably clear instructions on how to get to Mugi ferry terminal where I was to catch the ferry to my nights accommodation “on an island”. I had breakfast of a piece of chicken and a sandwich and said he...

Posted on May 25, 2022 02:58 by kittsw kittsw | 5 observations | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Field Class June 11 with Jon Rebman

Now's your chance to learn firsthand how to make the best plant observations on iNaturalist and to have your questions answered by one of San Diego County's local botanical experts! Join San Diego Natural History Museum Curator of Botany and National Geographic Explorer Dr. Jon Rebman on Saturday, June 11, 2022, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Mission Trails Regional Park for a class on perfecting your iNaturalist plant observations. Jon will share tips and tricks for how to make plant observa...

Posted on May 24, 2022 23:10 by milliebasden milliebasden | 6 comments | Leave a comment
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