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Orchis italica X Orchis anthropophorum

Orchis italica X Orchis anthropophorum




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20 Comments

Hema
Hema 7 years ago

awesome spotting!

DavidSantos
DavidSantos 7 years ago

hello
I am so sorry for my absence, but time does not for everything: S
Thanks for the comment monkey-mind and nana-puppet
I agree completely with AntónioGinjaGinja and thank you for the great work!
It's great that we have nearly 800 spotings and 44 participants!

AntónioGinjaGinja
AntónioGinjaGinja 7 years ago

monkey-mind and nana-puppet, thanks for your kind words,you say it all,better than i could say,when i thougth about portuguese mission,one of the things that i wished more was have not only portuguese people in the mission but trie to have foreigners to,to achive that i began to see spots taken in portugal by travellers(we are a touristic country)and ask them to assign our mission,like i did to you,to acheve objectives(in this case document portuguese biodiversity)it's need work,in the process i find many fantastic people,like David and many other's of all the world, whith fantastic spots and mostly whith will to do something useful in terms of preserving nature and spread some kind of hope speach(like PN does)to the people, hopping that something change for better
Hope is the last to die:-)

Antonio and David - I think this is the idea PN tries to establish - together we can protect the treasures nature gives us, protect them from the ignorance and greed. Plus, gain a new feeling of identity and community. :))
I´d only wish that there is a change in peoples thinking.
Anyway - good job!

AntónioGinjaGinja
AntónioGinjaGinja 7 years ago

é, não há problema deve ser da confusão destas missões todas criadas em tão pouco tempo

DavidSantos
DavidSantos 7 years ago

ok;)
Tenho alguns spots em Góis e Bragança que não aparecem no mapa da missão porque foram postados antes de existir a missão, apesar de pertencerem (editei os spots para coloca-los) não aparecem no mapa..mas não há problema, penso eu;)

AntónioGinjaGinja
AntónioGinjaGinja 7 years ago

yes david i agreed the mission is going allrigth:-)to me is a big satisfation to see such an entusiasm of every body,lets continue the work:-)
i have some times problems on seeing all the spots,the page turn brown without spots,but i think that are problems because of the missions explosion,maybee to many data in a short period of time.
explica-me em português exatamente o problema do mapa:-)

DavidSantos
DavidSantos 7 years ago

I get it because they do not appear on the map of the mission ..
Because they were created before the mission, although belong not appear on the map ..

DavidSantos
DavidSantos 7 years ago

I think we can say that the mission is going well!
The mission map is not updated, some places have "Gois" and "Braganza" and do not appear on the map ..
I will try to convince some friends to come too;)

AntónioGinjaGinja
AntónioGinjaGinja 7 years ago

claro foi o que eu pensei:-)
ok,so until now we have 13 participants and 233 spots in ower missionhttp://www.projectnoah.org/missions/8000668,in 48h it's razonable,now it's keeping the work(i'am trieing to convence some friends that live in protect areas(gêres,montesinho,serra da estrela,etc) that we dont have spoters and whith time will have here a nice database of portuguese biodiversity,thanks for your precious work in ID ower spot's

DavidSantos
DavidSantos 7 years ago

ok! então percebi bem;)
penso que se deva meter todos os spot's, porque assim temos mais probabilidade de encontrar espécies portuguesas que conhecemos e assim podermos identifica-las;)

AntónioGinjaGinja
AntónioGinjaGinja 7 years ago

:-)David quanto tu disses-te que ias esforçar-te por identificar o máximo de spots da missão portuguesa,eu afirmei que só ia meter na missão spots edentificados,depois pensando duas vezes achei melhor meter todos os spota,mesmo os não identificados e ir tentando identificar o máximo que conseguirmos.o meu inglês é que não é famoso e ficou confusa a frase.Tá a correr bem a portugal's biodiversity:-)

DavidSantos
DavidSantos 7 years ago

sorry but I do not think I realized what you meant ..
You can write in Portuguese? :S

AntónioGinjaGinja
AntónioGinjaGinja 7 years ago

well:-)thinking two times,i change my anterior declaration:"from my part i only submit spots whith id", to from my part i'll trie to put spots whith ID,but it's better to put all spots and after we all's trie to ID them:-)

AntónioGinjaGinja
AntónioGinjaGinja 7 years ago

perfect,lets trie to id all the spots that we put in the portugal's biodiversity mission,from my part i only submit spots whith id,and i'll trie to id more than usual(not many time to researche:)very good idea David

DavidSantos
DavidSantos 7 years ago

This mission was to create an excellent idea!
With my participation and support in identification and what it takes;)

AntónioGinjaGinja
AntónioGinjaGinja 7 years ago

David thanks,let's sprad the word beetwen the portuguese people of noah,and if someone have ideas that we can put here,let´s make changes,it's not my mission it's of every one that participate

DavidSantos
DavidSantos 7 years ago

craigwilliams
Thanks ;)
but the photos are not very good quality :S

AntónioGinjaGinja
Thank you so much you for sharing this mission!

AntónioGinjaGinja
AntónioGinjaGinja 7 years ago

very cool inded,David i creat a mission for portuguese biodiversity if you want you can join us,this is the link
http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/8000...

craigwilliams
craigwilliams 7 years ago

Wow! That's a very cool spot David.

Caldas da Rainha, Lisboa, Portugal

Lat: 39.17, Long: -9.05

Spotted on Apr 8, 2007
Submitted on Dec 8, 2011

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