frankiecoburn Curator

Joined: Mar 3, 2018 Last Active: Feb 24, 2024 iNaturalist

Botanist with critter curiosity specializing in southwestern US flora, especially the Central Arizona Highlands, Mojave and Sonoran Deserts, and coastal southern California.

I work with federal agencies, non-profits, botanical gardens, universities and consulting firms conducting floras, rare plant surveys and monitoring, and ecological research. A.S. Yavapai College (2006), B.S. Northern Arizona University (2009), M.S. Arizona State University (2015)

I have research interests in floristics, taxonomy and systematics (Physalis, Poaceae, Lamiaceae), plant-environment relationships and biogeography, evolution and biogeography of endemic and rare taxa, edaphic evolution, ethnobotany - specifically how humans have moved plants around historically and prehistorically, and riparian plant ecology and conservation. My favorite part of botany is sharing curiosity, exchanging and passing of knowledge. I seek to do this through journeys with friends into the wild, partnerships with organizations, outreach, providing training in citizen science projects, and increasingly through exchanges on iNaturalist!

View All

Gracias al apoyo de:

¿Quiere apoyarnos? Pregúntenos cómo escribiendo a