Who is it?

Web Sites Helping with
PLANT & ANIMAL
IDENTIFICATION

Our approach is this:

  1. Figure out an organism's identity
  2. Look up the name
  3. Store the information, keep adding to it, and organize so it can be easily retrieved
The result is that you start understanding things you didn't even know could be understood. It's grand stuff, and important, too, for those of us interested in getting involved in saving Life on Earth...

We have two approaches:

BRAINY APPROACH: ONLINE IDENTIFICATION KEYS(May be technical. Remember our "leapfrogging" trick.
NOTE:
Many well illustrated, interactive keys to a wonderful hodgepodge of organisms
in various parts of the world are available at the DiscoverLife.Org website.

Shortcuts: PLANTS | ANIMALS | OTHER

PLANTS

OTHER

ANIMALS

PICTURE-MATCHING APPROACH:

SHORTCUTS:

PLANTS

ANIMALS

FUNGI (which aren't plants)

BIRDS:

INSECTS:

REPTILES & AMPHIBIANS:

WILDFLOWERS:

GRASSES & SEDGES:

WETLAND PLANTS:

  • Aquatic plants/ University of Florida
  • Line drawings of Aquatic Plants
  • Northeast Wetland Flora
  • South Wetland Flora
  • TREES & BUSHES:

    CULTIVATED PLANTS:

    'WEEDS':

    MISCELLANEOUS PLANTS:

    FUNGI:

    * You can upload good mushroom close-up photos to the ID section of the Shroomery.Org message board, but you need to sign up first, for free.

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