Curators

Hi members! Some of you may notice you've been strong-armed into a curator position. I simply picked the first 10 or so people that joined and looked thorough...they completed their observation fields, did their homework in identifying the genus and species name and to the best of their ability have achieved the coveted research status on as many of their wildflower observations as possible. If any more members have lots of extra time and want to be curators just drop me a message. If you don't want to be a curator, again, just let me know.

Curators, if you have the time and inclination please peruse submitted observations and check to see if you can accurately confirm the species name to give it a research grade if it doesn't already have one. Remove any observations that are too general, are not from North America, do not grow in the wild or have no photo with date and location noted. If you still have extra time, go to the top "places" menu and enter areas where we have few observations and click on "plants," then find good observations of wildflowers and start inviting people. Anything in Canada, for example. Thanks so much!

Posted by vilnoori vilnoori, November 10, 2014 22:54

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Curadores , si usted tiene el tiempo y la inclinación por favor leer detenidamente las observaciones presentadas y comprobar para ver si se puede confirmar con exactitud el nombre de la especie para darle un grado de investigación si no tiene ya uno . Retire las observaciones que son demasiado generales , no son de América del Norte , no crecen en estado silvestre o que no tienen la foto con la fecha y el lugar señaló . Si usted todavía tiene tiempo extra , ir al menú superior " lugares " y entrar en áreas donde tenemos algunas observaciones y hacer clic en "plantas ", a continuación, encontrar buenas observaciones de flores silvestres y empezar a invitar a la gente . Muchas gracias !

Posted by vilnoori over 5 years ago (Flag)
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Les conservateurs , si vous avez le temps et l'envie se il vous plaît prendre connaissance des observations présentées et vérifier pour voir si vous pouvez confirmer avec précision le nom de l'espèce pour lui donner une note de recherche si elle ne possède pas déjà un . Retirez toutes les observations qui sont trop général , ne sont pas de l'Amérique du Nord , ne poussent pas à l'état sauvage ou avoir aucune photo avec la date et l' emplacement indiqué . Si vous avez encore le temps supplémentaire , allez dans le menu en haut " places " et entrer dans les zones où nous avons quelques observations et cliquez sur " plantes ", puis trouver de bonnes observations de fleurs sauvages et commencer à inviter les gens . Tout au Canada , par exemple . Merci beaucoup !

Posted by vilnoori over 5 years ago (Flag)
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Hello, wildflowers are only herbaceous plants? or do Cactus qualify too?

Posted by aztekium_tutor over 5 years ago (Flag)
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Anything with a flower that is wild, found in North America. A cactus qualifies, as do some trees, even mistletoe, though some have a very tiny flower. I'm thinking of this as a resource for someone who is walking along, sees a flower, and wonders what it is, then goes online to look for it. At some point flowers become so small that they would no longer be noticed as flowers as such and there can be a fine line there, which I'll leave up to your discretion.

Posted by vilnoori over 5 years ago (Flag)
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Thanks a lot!!!!

Saludos

Carlos!

Posted by aztekium_tutor over 5 years ago (Flag)
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There are some beautiful succulents and cacti in Mexico with flowers and I would love to see pictures!

Posted by vilnoori over 5 years ago (Flag)

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