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Central Texas Biodiversity Survey

Central Texas Biodiversity Survey

There are many ways in which you can help the Central Texas Biodiversity Survey. A few requests are listed below. 1: Please provide pictures of any species you find to be living in the Central Texas area, along with the location (as accurate as can be provided) of where this species was encountered. All plants, fungi, and animals (excluding, please, domesticated animals) are welcome. *Note*: You do not have to know information about the species, or be able to identify it to upload a photo. When uploading a photo, please make sure that the organism of interest can be clearly discerned in the photo. If there is doubt, please provide commentary pointing out what you are submitting. 2: Review submissions to the mission posted by others, and provide any information you can find which may be missing from the entry. Researching and suggesting species identification, with appropriate links is strongly encouraged to help build a stronger knowledge base for the project. 3: Spread the word and be active in the community. Leave comments here on the Project Noah community site (and by all means, participate in other missions). Share your entries and other favorites on Facebook and Twitter. Encourage others to participate, and organize group events for the project. Group nature walks and habitat clean up projects are great times to build stronger bonds between people, and between people and nature -- they are also a good time to snap photos. Sign in to join mission

Central Texas Biodiversity Survey
Created by

ihuntrocks

Website 44 participants 2,235 spottings

The goal of the Central Texas Biodiversity Survey is to take as rich an inventory of the various species inhabiting the Central Texas area as can be made possible by community effort. Our hope is to build stronger ties between people and the world around us.

Central Texas Biodiversity Survey

Lat: 30.27 Long: -97.74

Recent Spottings

Black-chinned Hummingbird Female joanbstanley 1 0 Black-chinned Hummingbird     Female
Unknown spotting JeremiahSchindler 1 0 Unknown spotting
Texas Spotted Whiptail joanbstanley 3 0 Texas Spotted Whiptail
Queen joanbstanley 1 0 Queen
Robber Fly joanbstanley 1 0 Robber Fly
Green Heron Juvenile joanbstanley 1 0 Green Heron       Juvenile
Ruby-throated Hummingbird joanbstanley 1 0 Ruby-throated Hummingbird
Texas Spiny Lizard joanbstanley 1 0 Texas Spiny Lizard
Superb Green Cicada joanbstanley 1 0 Superb Green Cicada
Milkweed Bug joanbstanley 1 0 Milkweed Bug
Texas Sage joanbstanley 1 0 Texas Sage
Eastern Phoebe joanbstanley 2 0 Eastern Phoebe
Variegated Fritillary joanbstanley 2 0 Variegated Fritillary
Coral Snake joanbstanley 6 1 Coral Snake
Blue-eyed Grass joanbstanley 2 0 Blue-eyed Grass
Eastern Phoebe joanbstanley 1 0 Eastern Phoebe
Carolina Anole joanbstanley 1 0 Carolina Anole
Ladybug larvea joanbstanley 1 0 Ladybug larvea
Square Bed Primrose, Sundrops, Texas Primrose, Berlandier’s Sundrop joanbstanley 1 0 Square Bed Primrose, Sundrops, Texas Primrose, Berlandier’s Sundrop
Bordered Patch joanbstanley 1 0 Bordered Patch
Milk Snail joanbstanley 1 0 Milk Snail
Wild Onion, Meadow Garlic joanbstanley 1 0 Wild Onion, Meadow Garlic
Drummond's Wild Onion joanbstanley 1 1 Drummond's Wild Onion
Unknown spotting ackbot 0 1 Unknown spotting
Ironclad Beetle joanbstanley 2 0 Ironclad Beetle
House Finch female joanbstanley 1 0 House Finch       female
Furrow Spider joanbstanley 1 0 Furrow Spider
Unknown spotting JeremiahSchindler 1 0 Unknown spotting
Black Ground Beetle SanciaMatthyssen 1 0 Black Ground Beetle
Stink Bug SanciaMatthyssen 1 0 Stink Bug
Gulf Coast Toad Adrián Encontrado 0 0 Gulf Coast Toad
Muscovy Duck (domestic) SanciaMatthyssen 0 1 Muscovy Duck (domestic)
The Jelly Ear SanciaMatthyssen 2 0 The Jelly Ear
Common Buckeye SanciaMatthyssen 0 0 Common Buckeye
Clematis Adrián Encontrado 0 0 Clematis
Texas Brown Tarantula SanciaMatthyssen 1 0 Texas Brown Tarantula
Carolina Anole gatorfellows 1 0 Carolina Anole
Eight Spotted Forester SanciaMatthyssen 0 2 Eight Spotted Forester
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker gatorfellows 1 0 Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
Question Mark SanciaMatthyssen 0 0 Question Mark
Unknown spotting JeremiahSchindler 0 0 Unknown spotting
Multicolored Asian Lady Beetle SanciaMatthyssen 0 0 Multicolored Asian Lady Beetle
Peach Tree SanciaMatthyssen 1 0 Peach Tree
Box Elder Bug JeremiahSchindler 1 0 Box Elder Bug
Southern Catalpa, cigar tree, and Indian bean tree.[1] SanciaMatthyssen 0 0 Southern Catalpa, cigar tree, and Indian bean tree.[1]
Apricot Tree SanciaMatthyssen 4 0 Apricot Tree
Song Sparrow joanbstanley 2 0 Song Sparrow
American Goldfinch winter plumage joanbstanley 2 0 American Goldfinch     winter plumage
Cottony Cushion Scale SanciaMatthyssen 0 2 Cottony Cushion Scale
House Finch female joanbstanley 2 0 House Finch       female

Recently joined

joanbstanley CrystalKinman Tx Prairie Girl th3meadowscenter
AthenaTerry Matt Wyatt ackbot oLIVIaLOU11
carolklahn JeremiahSchindler CaiteHumphrey Yeipí JotaPé
Adrián Encontrado YeseniaNúñez rahrahxy KariMcWest
Ebby enchantedstargazer KatCuff MaliaBarth
gardengaljhg emt595 gatorfellows SarahNoack
aolivo CrystalJoyceKoutz crredwards RomeySwanson
CrystalRainHarris adrienne SanciaMatthyssen Beebop
AliciaYounger ihuntrocks goodwind32 cmblair13
JenniferBristol StentHebel matt.mattfuller samlisieski
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