Going strong

We now have 59,000 observations 53,000 of which are research grade!

Posted by tony_wills tony_wills, August 20, 2021 21:03


Great. Are all spp represented?

Posted by mike68lusk about 1 year ago (Flag)

I expect not (not sure how to check), but @leonperrie might have comments about what holes there are is our observations, perhaps what we should go hunting for.

Posted by tony_wills about 1 year ago (Flag)

Yes, great. More than the number of kiwis tested yesterday !!

Posted by johnb-nz about 1 year ago (Flag)

I see the (current) 53,361 research grade obs consist of 246 species, and the 59,154 total shows 283 species - so perhaps about 37 species in latter total doubtful?

Posted by johnb-nz about 1 year ago (Flag)

I suspected Botrychium lunaria might be missing, but I see even it is there, along with some of the other restricted/rare native species. Notogrammitis gunnii is one that does seem to be missing.
I'd have to systematically work through the national species list to find others.

Posted by leonperrie about 1 year ago (Flag)

Thanks @tony_wills. And a special shout out to everyone helping with IDs :-)

Posted by jacqui-nz about 1 year ago (Flag)
Posted by tony_wills about 1 year ago (Flag)

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