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We are unable to make an identification without having more accurate information regarding location and habitat so you must first edit all the information as per the instructions below.

JasminZellweger a year ago

help me name this spotting thank you

Hi again Jasmin, none of your spottings are showing up on our pages although our system tells us you have 4, perhaps they are stuck in Draft mode due to editing problems. If this is the case please follow the steps below:
There is a known security glitch which occurs with most browsers and many programs which, like Project Noah, use the secure services provided by Facebook and Google.These are https programs but project Noah is not.
Check in the address bar and if it starts with https:// delete the s and press enter or F5 to refresh and the problem should go away. If it starts with www. just add http:// in front.
It usually disappears until the next security update but can also often appear if you open a spotting from an e-mail link and then try to edit it.

Hi Jasmin and welcome to Project Noah.
We notice that this has not been identified by anyone yet. This is likely because you have not added any information about it and what you have added is incorrect as you have put it in the plants category and located it in the sea of the African coast which are the programs default settings.
You can edit this by selecting the "Edit this spotting" link above your name, then changing the category to "Amphibians". While still in Edit mode you can click and hold the pin to move it about the map and drop it in the right place, you will need to zoom out and in as required until you can drop the pin in the exact spot you saw it. Then we would like to know the habitat where you found it. Having the correct category, location and habitat will allow the experts to see it and use the location and habitat to identify it down to a species.
For information, NOAH stands for Networked Organisms And Habitats.
You can check out our FAQS, see link below, to find what you can add to the other fields.

JasminZellweger 5 years ago


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Spotted on Jul 9, 2017
Submitted on Jul 9, 2017

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