Join the Neighborhood Trees Campaign 2017 to photograph, document and map trees around your locality.
A clean list of Odonata names have been uploaded on IBP based on Subramanian, K.A. and Babu, R. (2017). Checklist of Odonata (Insecta) of India. Version 3.0.
Dear Participants of TreesIndia, the India Biodiversity Portal has been invited to participate in the  Biodiversity Informatics Standards (TDWG) Conferencein Sweden and showcase the experiences of conducting the Neighborhood Trees Campaign. Many of the participants in the campaign have become regular users of the portal with active uploads and IDs being provided. One of the objectives of the group is to have every species with one image and one location recorded. With over 4440 observations comprising over 1300 species, we would like to see the participants verify observations and pull in the images into species pages. I request active moderators and others with species page contribution rights to visit the species pages and start pulling in images for observations. We can then showcase how participants have contributed towards building species information and achieving the objectives of the group.  Segu Mohamed Kasim , Ramkishore Singh Rathore  , Santhan p , .Dr.N.Mohanan 
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  • Santhan p : In reply to Thomas Vattakaven
    Nice thing happening, there is value for dedicated systematic hard work.It is a very much useful to the society.
  • Vijaya Rao : Added a comment
    This is a great initiative and platform to collate biological information from experts and amateurs alike. But the success of this platform viz. a viz. observations is that all observations need to keep getting folded under respective species page at regular intervals. People posting their pictures, videos, observations etc. would like to see responses from experts that would in turn encourage participants to post more. Else members are likely to fall off active interaction base if their post remains dormant for long. 
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