My Favorite Online References

Insects

Lichens

Mosses

  • http://bryophyte.cnps.org/ (Click on the resources tab, and click Beginner. There are a bunch of things there that you might find interesting.)

California Ecosystems:

This is an excellent series by Erika Zavaleta, Ph.D., professor at UC Santa Cruz. Highly recommended!




Posted on April 01, 2017 08:31 PM by truthseqr truthseqr

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This is a fantastic list! So comprehensive. I will refer to it often. TYSM for sharing your favorite resources :-)

Posted by aparrot1 over 2 years ago

@aparrot1, you're welcome. You have a very impressive reference list yourself!

Posted by truthseqr over 2 years ago

Can you please add your discussion for Erodium? I can't seem to find it.

Posted by sdash over 1 year ago

@sdash, the way I've documented Erodiums and other species in the Geranium family is in the Project Journal.
Here is the main umbrella project: https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/geranium-family-geraniaceae-california

Each of the Erodium species has its own subproject. Select the subproject of interest and then click on the Project Journal button to see the "how to identify..." and "how to differentiate..." info for each species.

https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/erodium-cicutarium-red-stemmed-filaree
https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/erodium-botrys-mediterranean-stork-s-bill
https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/erodium-moschatum-musk-stork-s-bill
https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/erodium-texanum-texas-stork-s-bill

Posted by truthseqr over 1 year ago

Wonderful, thank you! Sorry, I'm not so familiar with the Journals and navigating resources through Projects, so I appreciate it!

Posted by sdash over 1 year ago

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