Website update

Hi everyone!

I'm really excited to share that we have finished putting together a new and much improved version of the Who Eats Whom website ( You can now type in the common name of an organism and see what it eats, and what eats it, according to the ~4,000 observations currently submitted to the project.

In order for your observation to be displayed on the website, the following must be true:

  1. You must submit two observations: one of the "eater" and the other of the organism being eaten
  2. Both observations must be IDed to research-grade
  3. Both observations must have the "URL for partner observation" field filled out.

For a good example of a feeding observation that follows these rules, see this recent observation by @heifer03 of a Joro Spider eating an ...more ↓

Posted on October 20, 2023 07:34 PM by bradleyallf bradleyallf | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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The goal of Who Eats Whom is to create a searchable database of feeding observations on iNaturalist. To participate, first click the small blue link at the top righthand corner of the page.

Next, add your first observation. To do so, you'll need to upload TWO separate observations to iNaturalist: one observation of the "eater" and a second observation of the organism being eaten. ...more ↓

bradleyallf created this project on May 10, 2019
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