50,000 Observations! And What's Left?

Wow! This project continues to amaze me. I can't believe we have 50,000 herp observations from Florida. This is valuable data and, I hope, leads to positive conservation outcomes for many of these species. We have records of most herps found in Florida, with a few exceptions:


Seal Salamander (Desmognathus monticola)

Gulf Hammock Dwarf Siren (Pseudobranchus striatus lustricolus)

Many-lined Salamander (Stereochilus marginatus)
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Posted on April 08, 2019 14:14 by petekleinhenz petekleinhenz | 3 comments | Leave a comment
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Calling all citizens! We need your help to document species of plants and animals in Florida. Using I-Naturalist, you can keep track of the organisms that you find, interact with other naturalists, get identification help from experts and assist the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission in monitoring Florida’s wildlife.

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fwc-paso created this project on February 06, 2017
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