A global citizen science platform to discover, share and identify wildlife
talk whith someone noah ranger about that,maybe the most correct thing would be change the original name
I think now is the time to create the new mission - International Arachnid Survey just as what SharonW446 mentioned since now everybody can create a mission.
Thank you Antonio! I will put up some photos. You see I have put one for my profile picture :)You had it right as a Harvestman (Opiliones) I just meant that it isn't a spider, though both spiders and harvestman are in the same Class which is Arachnids. They are just different Orders of Arachnids.
thanks for the comment i change the spider and put Arachnids like you said.i dont know how it works in terms of organization,but i think that you have a point there and the administration should know about,trie to write about that and someone will talk to you.and about the photos,dont be shine,put them here in a mission you think is correct,the objectiv is to document and identifie wildlife and chare it whith all the world,any kind of photo is good,artistic or clinical,or completely amateur,it´s vallid,go trie to upload one and you see that the feeling is good:-)
Nice photo of an arachnid! It isn't a spider though. Both are Arachnids but the Order for spiders is Araneae while the Order for the Harvestman is Opiliones. I am new and wonder if this is as it is called "International Spider Survey" or would it be more appropriate to call it "International Arachnid Survey" which would then bring in the Opiliones along with Scorpions, Mites and Ticks.Loving the site and everyone's photos are wonderful. My photos are very clinical and I don't know if I will post any or not. I will try to help with ID though.
THANKS for the helping ,i edited your the sugestion
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Spotted on Oct 13, 2011 Submitted on Oct 13, 2011