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Please consider adding this & any other relevant spottings to the Arachnids of Ecuador mission http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/1688...
Thanks Isabela! Maybe you should write a blog about whatever that was you did on the iPhone to get these spottings into he mission so fast ;)
Hi Ava, I managed a "quicker" way to select mission Biodiversity Galápagos: the iPhone. I think I've done with the 90 spottings. Please let me know if you come across any not in the mission. Regards from Spain!
Done, Ava! I'll be adding photos little by litte. It takes a long time to do it but II think this can help researchers. Thank you for all the work you've done to invite people to join this mission.
Hi Isabela, I didn't create the mission; the head of the Darwin Foundation did; I'm just trying to fill it up with all the great spottings you and others have of the Galapagos. I will put your spottings in as I have time, and as I come across them, but I would appreciate it if you would also when you have a moment here and there.
Thank you Ava for creating a Galapagos mission. It can help people to identify their species. I found difficult to find info about plants. Unfortunately in these moments I have no time to do what you wish, could you please add them for me as you are a NR? There are 90 photos from the Galapagos islands.
Please consider adding this spotting to the new Galapagos mission at : http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/1478...
Lat: -0.82, Long: -91.10
Spotted on Apr 7, 2007 Submitted on Aug 26, 2010