Observation Fields

Observation fields are additional data fields that can be added to observations.

Name Datatype Description
Insect geniculated into the floral tube. text The proboscis is not apparent but the face is pressed into the floral tube.
on Weigela florida text Weigela florida
on Picrasma quassioides text Picrasma quassioides
Collection name and lot number text If in a collection, collection name and catalog number
Animal species text What type of animal/species of animal
Numero esemplari text
N Árbol text Número de arbol de esa persona en ese día
on Styphnolobium japonicum text Styphnolobium japonicum
on Senecio inaequidens text Senecio inaequidens
on Euonymus alatus f striatus text Euonymus alatus f striatus
Identification method text Method you used to identify the organism
Eucharis fosteri Traub text
on Senna occidentalis text Senna occidentalis
Centro de estudios text Colegio, Instituto, Escuela, Facultad, Universidad, Bioblitz, Otros
Foot text Visibility of the foot in the Living Bivalves Project
Section912 text
Herbarium text Where will the voucher specimen be deposited.
Nom comú en Català text Common name in Catalan
on Rumex japonicus text Rumex japonicus
university of south florida bio 2 lab section 010 text
Hua a i ole anoano lu hou ia/Recent fruit or seed drop text One or more mature fruits or seeds have dropped or been removed from the plant since your last visit. How many fruits have dropped seeds or have completely dropped or been removed from the plant since your last visit?
Flowers blooming in different seasons text 다른 계절에 핀 꽃 Flowers blooming in different seasons
CEGL code (NatureServe ecological community "association") text NatureServe's ecological community "associations" are assigned unique identification codes. At the finer-scale, "association" level, these alphanumeic codes use the following format: CEGL######
Liriomyza Leaf Miner text Evidence of Liriomyza Leaf Miner
Group size numeric Number of individuals in the observed group
Breaking needle buds text 1+ more breaking needle buds are visible on plant. Needle bud is considered "breaking" once a green needle tip is visible at end of bud, but before the first needle from the bud has unfolded & spread away at angle from developing stem.
Amsterdam text
on Lysimachia vulgaris davurica text Lysimachia vulgaris davurica
hf.Accession text The accession number unique for this plant: "YYYY NNN x"
institutionCodedwc text The name (or acronym) in use by the institution having custody of the object(s) or information referred to in the record. http://rs.tdwg.org/dwc/terms/institutionCode
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