Brynne Stevens

Joined: Nov 29, 2021 Last Active: Dec 3, 2023 iNaturalist

I'm an environmental science and integrative biology major at UC Berkeley and formerly a research apprentice at the University & Jepson Herbaria. I just concluded a terrestrial vegetation & invasive plant monitoring internship for the NPS in the Santa Monica Mountains, where I was actively involved in projects to conserve threatened flora and fauna. I am now continuing to work with red-legged frogs as a lab research assistant to Sarah Wenner as she completes her PhD.

If you see me observing off-trail, I promise I am meant to be there. ;)

I am most knowledgeable about insects and plants. If you are someone who pursued a higher degree in entomology after a broader BS, I want to talk to you!!

Big endemic chaser. Always wishing that I got into this earlier, as I have travelled a lot in my life. Most bad photos taken with phone, marginally better ones taken with an Olympus E-300 or Olympus OM-10.

my eBird profile

Resources I recommend:
Wildflowers of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area

  • Useful for many native and non-native flora in Southern California. Contains dichotomous keys from A Naturalist's Flora of the Santa Monica Mountains and Simi Hills, California.


  • The most complete database of hexapods there is online.

Checklist of the Collembola

  • Very useful Collembola family key.

Discover Life

  • Interactive dichotomous keys for many things!

Arizona Dragonflies

  • Comparative guide to common Odonates in the southwestern US.

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