Journal archives for February 2019

February 24, 2019

25. Lookup tables related/depending/changes with Taxonomy group

I would love these fields to be included, but if you wish i could reduce it easily. This table is only for the english language and the represented values are depending on the last nummer on the row..number 9 represent the fish.
Group=1=Birds
2=Mammals
3=Reptiles/Amfibians
4=Butterflies
5=Dragonflies
6=Insects(Diverse)
7=Snails Gastropoda
8=Lepidoptera
9=Fish
Plants=10
Fungi=11
MossesLichens=12
Orthoptera=14

table id text species group

Activity 28 territorial 1

Activity 17 discovery (dead) 1

Activity 78 roost 1

Activity 3117 probable nesting location 1

Activity 11 flying north 1

Activity 3154 window victim 1

Activity 13 flying east 1

Activity 3197 basking in sun 1

Activity 79 (colour) ring bearing 1

Activity 3177 with camera trap 1

Activity 3265 destroyed nest 1

Activity 3121 recently fledged young 1

Activity 6 flying over 1

Activity 26 long-term stay 1

Activity 3268 drowning victim 1

Activity 14 flying west 1

Activity 3149 windfarm victim 1

Activity 3116 transport of food or faeces 1

Activity 30 hunting 1

Activity 3118 pair courtship and or mating 1

Activity 3092 specimen in collection 1

Activity 3143 in pellet 1

Activity 3115 occupied nest with young 1

Activity 3148 powerline victim 1

Activity 77 resting 1

Activity 8 flying north-west 1

Activity 3174 soundtrapped 1

Activity 3114 occupied nest with eggs 1

Activity 9 flying south-east 1

Activity 25 alarming 1

Activity 24 caught 1

Activity 2016 road kill 1

Activity 3099 caught by cat 1

Activity 3158 moulting 1

Activity 29 territory 1

Activity 1 present 1

Activity 3053 adult in breeding area 1

Activity 3144 sick/injured 1

Activity 3052 pair in breeding area 1

Activity 3051 occupied nest 1

Activity 3122 with brood patch 1

Activity 7 flying north-east 1

Activity 12 flying south 1

Activity 4 singing 1

Activity 3124 distraction display 1

Activity 3119 nest building 1

Activity 2002 tracks 1

Activity 2 foraging 1

Activity 3 calling 1

Activity 10 flying south-west 1

Activity 3120 recently used nest 1

Activity 31 flushing 1

Activity 66 recorded with Bat detector 2

Activity 16 foraging 2

Activity 2029 swimming 2

Activity 2023 (near) nest 2

Activity 3193 basking in sun 2

Activity 3156 maternity colony 2

Activity 15 present 2

Activity 2024 colony in tree 2

Activity 2030 other 2

Activity 2026 colony other 2

Activity 3095 moving west 2

Activity 72 flying over 2

Activity 27 in pellet 2

Activity 71 calling 2

Activity 3064 with camera trap 2

Activity 3093 moving south 2

Activity 2028 hibernation 2

Activity 3096 moving east 2

Activity 3269 drowning victim 2

Activity 3100 caught by cat 2

Activity 2027 mating 2

Activity 67 road kill 2

Activity 3175 specimen in collection 2

Activity 2025 colony in building 2

Activity 3094 moving north 2

Activity 2022 flushed 2

Activity 3195 occupied nest 2

Activity 68 caught 2

Activity 18 dead 2

Activity 3151 pregnant 2

Activity 3192 social behaviour 2

Activity 3194 unknown 2

Activity 3196 swarming 2

Activity 3152 lactating 2

Activity 3150 excreta 2

Activity 57 tracks 2

Activity 3057 recorded with detector (hunting) 2

Activity 3266 powerline victim 2

Activity 2021 sick/injured 2

Activity 3056 recorded with Bat detector (social behav.) 2

Activity 3153 windfarm victim 2

Activity 3267 dusk emergence 2

Activity 3058 recorded with detector (passing by) 2

Activity 3179 tagged 2

Activity 3088 tracks 3

Activity 64 calling 3

Activity 2012 hibernating 3

Activity 2005 road kill 3

Activity 3155 basking in sun 3

Activity 3199 parasitized 3

Activity 3146 sick/injured 3

Activity 3172 found in drain 3

Activity 3101 caught by cat 3

Activity 3087 moulting 3

Activity 3180 foraging 3

Activity 21 dead 3

Activity 3198 mating 3

Activity 19 present 3

Activity 3200 basking in sun 4

Activity 3132 silk nest 4

Activity 3181 foraging 4

Activity 20 present 4

Activity 3202 parasitized 4

Activity 75 flying east 4

Activity 34 laying egg 4

Activity 33 copula 4

Activity 2037 road kill 4

Activity 76 flying west 4

Activity 3078 collected 4

Activity 73 flying north 4

Activity 23 dead 4

Activity 3270 drowning victim 4

Activity 3065 hibernating 4

Activity 74 flying south 4

Activity 3201 at light 4

Activity 3102 caught by cat 4

Activity 3123 flying over 4

Activity 46 dead 5

Activity 2007 road kill 5

Activity 3113 tracks 5

Activity 3183 foraging 5

Activity 3131 flying west 5

Activity 3128 flying east 5

Activity 3103 caught by cat 5

Activity 3130 flying south 5

Activity 3079 collected 5

Activity 47 copula 5

Activity 3233 unknown 5

Activity 3234 parasitized 5

Activity 3129 flying north 5

Activity 48 laying egg 5

Activity 3127 flying over 5

Activity 3089 mixed tandem 5

Activity 45 present 5

Activity 3235 territorial 5

Activity 3134 at light 5

Activity 50 moulting 5

Activity 54 laying egg 6

Activity 2017 road kill 6

Activity 3207 foraging 6

Activity 3066 collected 6

Activity 3210 swarming 6

Activity 51 present 6

Activity 92 at sugar 6

Activity 3206 basking in sun 6

Activity 3208 unknown 6

Activity 3189 foraging 6

Activity 93 at light 6

Activity 52 dead 6

Activity 2009 hibernating 6

Activity 3107 tracks 6

Activity 60 singing 6

Activity 3209 parasitized 6

Activity 2011 nest 6

Activity 53 copula 6

Activity 3251 hibernating 7

Activity 70 dead 7

Activity 3254 living animal 7

Activity 3135 autochtonous/living on the spot 7

Activity 3136 brought by men 7

Activity 3140 unknown 7

Activity 3191 foraging 7

Activity 2038 road kill 7

Activity 3139 from deep earth-drilling 7

Activity 2032 washed ashore 7

Activity 3137 landed by fisheries 7

Activity 3252 aestivation 7

Activity 3067 collected 7

Activity 69 present 7

Activity 3138 on drifting object 7

Activity 3253 parasitized 7

Activity 2006 hibernating 8

Activity 83 dead 8

Activity 3203 flying over 8

Activity 2008 road kill 8

Activity 3126 on pheromones 8

Activity 82 present 8

Activity 90 at light 8

Activity 3204 parasitized 8

Activity 3182 foraging 8

Activity 89 flying west 8

Activity 3176 microscopic examined 8

Activity 85 laying egg 8

Activity 87 flying south 8

Activity 3173 moved to another location 8

Activity 3205 resting 8

Activity 86 flying north 8

Activity 3133 silk nest 8

Activity 88 flying east 8

Activity 3068 collected 8

Activity 91 at sugar 8

Activity 3105 tracks 8

Activity 84 copula 8

Activity 3157 spawning 9

Activity 3255 basking in sun 9

Activity 37 spawn 9

Activity 3184 foraging 9

Activity 65 discovery (dead) 9

Activity 3142 observed snorkeling 9

Activity 80 hunting 9

Activity 38 caught (pole) 9

Activity 39 caught (net) 9

Activity 32 present 9

Activity 81 resting 9

Activity 3069 collected 9

Activity 2035 washed ashore 9

Activity 40 caught (electric fishing) 9

Activity 3256 unknown 9

Activity 3257 living animal 9

Activity 3147 sick/injured 9

Activity 58 caught (seine) 9

Activity 3160 flashlight night observation 9

Activity 3059 indigenous 10

Activity 3061 adventive 10

Activity 3262 unknown 10

Activity 2034 washed ashore 10

Activity 3263 parasitizing 10

Activity 3112 microscopic examined 10

Activity 3091 sown 10

Activity 3111 micros. ex. material present 10

Activity 3062 planted 10

Activity 41 present 10

Activity 3060 escaped 10

Activity 3070 collected 10

Activity 3159 farmed 11

Activity 3071 collected 11

Activity 59 present 11

Activity 3259 parasitizing 11

Activity 3258 unknown 11

Activity 3261 adventive 12

Activity 3072 collected 12

Activity 61 present 12

Activity 3260 unknown 12

Activity 62 spore-bearing 12

Activity 2010 present 13

Activity 2019 road kill 13

Activity 3073 collected 13

Activity 3215 singing 13

Activity 3214 adventive 13

Activity 3108 microscopic examined 13

Activity 2033 washed ashore 13

Activity 3190 foraging 13

Activity 3212 unknown 13

Activity 3110 copula 13

Activity 3213 parasitized 13

Activity 3217 in web 13

Activity 3211 basking in sun 13

Activity 3104 at sugar 13

Activity 2036 dead 13

Activity 3216 hibernating 13

Activity 3007 dead 14

Activity 3001 singing 14

Activity 3063 collection material 14

Activity 97 present 14

Activity 3003 road kill 14

Activity 3008 nest 14

Activity 3002 hibernating 14

Activity 3004 copula 14

Activity 3009 at light 14

Activity 3098 recorded with Bat detector 14

Activity 3010 at sugar 14

Activity 3224 unknown 14

Activity 3226 adventive 14

Activity 3225 parasitized 14

Activity 3005 laying egg 14

Activity 3223 basking in sun 14

Activity 3013 copula 15

Activity 3017 at light 15

Activity 3011 singing 15

Activity 3014 laying egg 15

Activity 3018 at sugar 15

Activity 98 present 15

Activity 3016 nest 15

Activity 3187 foraging 15

Activity 3019 road kill 15

Activity 3020 dead 15

Activity 3237 unknown 15

Activity 3236 basking in sun 15

Activity 3012 hibernating 15

Activity 3074 collected 15

Activity 3238 parasitized 15

Activity 3188 foraging 16

Activity 3220 flying 16

Activity 3221 on/in breeding substrate 16

Activity 3030 dead 16

Activity 3028 at sugar 16

Activity 3125 in pellet 16

Activity 3023 copula 16

Activity 94 present 16

Activity 3027 at light 16

Activity 3024 laying egg 16

Activity 3022 hibernating 16

Activity 3021 singing 16

Activity 3029 road kill 16

Activity 3219 unknown 16

Activity 3075 collected 16

Activity 3026 nest 16

Activity 3106 tracks 16

Activity 3218 basking in sun 16

Activity 3222 parasitized 16

Activity 95 present 17

Activity 3040 dead 17

Activity 3240 territorial 17

Activity 3247 adventive 17

Activity 3036 nest 17

Activity 3242 unknown 17

Activity 3246 swarming 17

Activity 3034 laying egg 17

Activity 3037 at light 17

Activity 3039 road kill 17

Activity 3031 singing 17

Activity 3032 hibernating 17

Activity 3239 basking in sun 17

Activity 3244 parasitizing 17

Activity 3241 nest building 17

Activity 3038 at sugar 17

Activity 3076 collected 17

Activity 3185 foraging 17

Activity 3243 parasitized 17

Activity 3033 copula 17

Activity 3042 hibernating 18

Activity 3047 at light 18

Activity 3041 singing 18

Activity 3228 window victim 18

Activity 3050 dead 18

Activity 3227 basking in sun 18

Activity 3077 collected 18

Activity 3232 swarming 18

Activity 3229 unknown 18

Activity 3186 foraging 18

Activity 3230 parasitized 18

Activity 96 present 18

Activity 3049 road kill 18

Activity 3043 copula 18

Activity 3046 nest 18

Activity 3048 at sugar 18

Activity 3044 laying egg 18

Activity 3231 parasitizing 18

Activity 3097 microscopic examined 18

Activity 3109 microscopic examined 19

Activity 3083 fruit-bearing 19

Activity 3085 washed ashore 19

Activity 3080 present 19

Activity 3086 indigenous 19

Activity 3084 sprouting 19

Activity 3081 flowering 19

Activity 3141 collected 19

Activity 3264 unknown 19

Activity 3161 dead 20

Activity 3248 basking in sun 20

Activity 3163 present 20

Activity 3169 landed by fisheries 20

Activity 3168 brought by men 20

Activity 3162 road kill 20

Activity 3171 unknown 20

Activity 3167 from deep earth-drilling 20

Activity 3166 autochtonous/living on the spot 20

Activity 3164 collected 20

Activity 3165 washed ashore 20

Activity 3249 parasitized 20

Activity 3170 on drifting object 20

Activity 3250 living animal 20

Activity 3178 non relevant 30

method 3 seen not counted 0

method 7 extrapolated 0

method 10 Abundance 0

method 6 estimated 0

method 1 unknown 0

method 2 real count 0

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observation entered with 79 LIEVEHEERSBEESTJES 0

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observation entered with 70 PADDENSTOELEN_TELLING_2010 0

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observation entered with 94 WEBOBS_HTML5 0

observation entered with 323 TKT_NRW 0

observation entered with 61 RODE_LIJST_SOORTEN_DAGVLINDERS 0

observation entered with 78 PROYERCO_PACO 0

observation entered with 107 SOVON_AUTOCLUSTERING_MODULE 0

observation entered with 401 MEETNETTENBE 0

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observation entered with 202 EEA_REFERENCEGRID_50 0

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observation entered with 101 UTM1 0

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observation entered with 33 KLAPEKSTERTELLING_20082009 0

observation entered with 111 IWC counts 0

observation entered with 316 HIRONDELLES_ENTRE_MEUSE_ET_LESSE 0

observation entered with 215 GT_HIRONDELLES_DU_PARC_NATUREL_DES_PLAINES_DE_LESCAUT 0

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observation entered with 82 MIBO_KORTSNAVELS 0

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plumage 1009 nestling 1

plumage 5 juvenile 1

plumage 72 fourth calendar year 1

plumage 3 adult breeding 1

plumage 15 second calendar year 1

plumage 7 first autumn 1

plumage 14 first calendar year 1

plumage 13 first year 1

plumage 1 unknown 1

plumage 6 subadult 1

plumage 8 first winter 1

plumage 1101 summer plumage 1

plumage 9 first summer 1

plumage 12 eclipse 1

plumage 2 adult 1

plumage 4 adult non-breeding 1

plumage 16 third calendar year 1

plumage 11 second summer 1

plumage 10 second winter 1

plumage 1010 immature 1

plumage 1102 winter plumage 1

plumage 62 third-winter 1

plumage 86 deviant 1

plumage 1132 fossile 2

plumage 17 unknown 2

plumage 1002 subadult 2

plumage 97 deviant 2

plumage 1005 winter plumage 2

plumage 20 adult 2

plumage 27 juvenile 2

plumage 1004 summer plumage 2

plumage 21 adult 3

plumage 1136 neoteen 3

plumage 88 deviant 3

plumage 74 larvae 3

plumage 18 unknown 3

plumage 1137 metamorphosing 3

plumage 73 subadult 3

plumage 71 juvenile 3

plumage 24 egg 3

plumage 1094 molt pollicle 3

plumage 1138 adult in breeding colours 3

plumage 26 pupa 4

plumage 29 imago 4

plumage 66 egg 4

plumage 89 deviant 4

plumage 19 unknown 4

plumage 23 caterpillar 4

plumage 36 unknown 5

plumage 41 nymph 5

plumage 75 fresh imago 5

plumage 1116 prolarva 5

plumage 1104 egg 5

plumage 131 exuviae 5

plumage 1087 deviant 5

plumage 37 imago 5

plumage 52 larva/nymph 6

plumage 98 imago micropteer 6

plumage 1140 imago brachypteer 6

plumage 57 queen 6

plumage 56 egg 6

plumage 54 imago macropteer 6

plumage 49 exuviae 6

plumage 48 larvae 6

plumage 77 molt pollicle 6

plumage 47 imago 6

plumage 1084 pupa 6

plumage 58 worker 6

plumage 46 unknown 6

plumage 1003 gall 6

plumage 1093 subimago 6

plumage 1141 exuviae 6

plumage 90 deviant 6

plumage 109 mine 6

plumage 1108 shield (cuttle-fish, squid) 7

plumage 1111 egg(mass) 7

plumage 91 deviant 7

plumage 1105 gall 7

plumage 70 internal skeleton 7

plumage 1090 fossile 7

plumage 65 empty shell or single valve 7

plumage 69 adult 7

plumage 1107 shell with (remainders of) animal 7

plumage 68 immature 7

plumage 1106 living animal 7

plumage 67 fresh double valves 7

plumage 64 unknown 7

plumage 102 pupa 8

plumage 106 egg 8

plumage 1139 cocoon 8

plumage 1007 gall 8

plumage 101 caterpillar 8

plumage 108 mine 8

plumage 105 pocket/case 8

plumage 92 unknown 8

plumage 103 imago 8

plumage 1134 deviant 8

plumage 1115 length unknown 9

plumage 1110 egg 9

plumage 28 unknown 9

plumage 116 length >40cm 9

plumage 115 length 25 to 40cm 9

plumage 112 length 5 to 10cm 9

plumage 111 length 3 to 5cm 9

plumage 93 deviant 9

plumage 110 length <3cm 9

plumage 114 length 15 to 25cm 9

plumage 78 juvenile 9

plumage 113 length 10 to 15cm 9

plumage 79 adult 9

plumage 1152 larvae 9

plumage 35 unknown 10

plumage 1103 seedling 10

plumage 1169 gall 10

plumage 1098 fruit-bearing 10

plumage 1168 empty fruits 10

plumage 1100 sprouting 10

plumage 1166 spore-bearing 10

plumage 1099 died above ground 10

plumage 1096 flowering 10

plumage 1095 vegetative 10

plumage 1167 rosette 10

plumage 1135 in bud 10

plumage 94 deviant 10

plumage 1114 gall 11

plumage 1157 spermogonium 11

plumage 1156 teleomorph 11

plumage 1085 unknown 11

plumage 1160 telium 11

plumage 95 deviant 11

plumage 81 herbarium material present 11

plumage 1161 remains from old fruiting body 11

plumage 1159 uredinium 11

plumage 1155 anamorph 11

plumage 1158 aecium 11

plumage 1162 other 11

plumage 1154 mycelium 11

plumage 82 micros. ex. material present 11

plumage 60 unknown 11

plumage 80 microscopic examined 11

plumage 1153 fruiting body 11

plumage 1163 vegetative 12

plumage 96 deviant 12

plumage 1164 propagule 12

plumage 84 herbarium material present 12

plumage 83 microscopic examined 12

plumage 1165 spore-bearing 12

plumage 61 unknown 12

plumage 1131 unknown 12

plumage 85 micros. ex. material present 12

plumage 119 imago 13

plumage 127 worker 13

plumage 126 queen 13

plumage 120 larvae 13

plumage 1145 type 1 (sexual active) 13

plumage 1144 young bearing (external) 13

plumage 122 molt pollicle 13

plumage 128 deviant 13

plumage 125 imago macropteer 13

plumage 1146 type 2 (sexual active) 13

plumage 129 imago micropteer 13

plumage 1006 gall 13

plumage 1142 subadult 13

plumage 130 mine 13

plumage 118 unknown 13

plumage 121 exuviae 13

plumage 124 egg 13

plumage 1143 egg bearing (external) 13

plumage 123 nymph 13

plumage 1021 larvae 14

plumage 1020 nymph 14

plumage 1023 adult, freshly moulted 14

plumage 1022 exuviae 14

plumage 1012 deviant 14

plumage 1014 imago 14

plumage 1013 egg 14

plumage 1088 imago macropteer 14

plumage 1011 unknown 14

plumage 1086 gynandromorph 14

plumage 1015 imago brachypteer 14

plumage 1028 imago 15

plumage 1029 imago macropteer 15

plumage 1038 molt pollicle 15

plumage 1034 larva/nymph 15

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plumage 1149 exuviae 15

plumage 1031 imago micropteer 15

plumage 1033 worker 15

plumage 1030 gall 15

plumage 1150 imago brachypteer 15

plumage 1035 larvae 15

plumage 1032 queen 15

plumage 1026 deviant 15

plumage 1037 mine 15

plumage 1027 egg 15

plumage 1039 unknown 16

plumage 1040 deviant 16

plumage 1051 mine 16

plumage 1043 imago macropteer 16

plumage 1147 imago brachypteer 16

plumage 1148 exuviae 16

plumage 1047 worker 16

plumage 1049 larvae 16

plumage 1046 queen 16

plumage 1042 imago 16

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plumage 1044 gall 16

plumage 1052 molt pollicle 16

plumage 1089 pupa 16

plumage 1041 egg 16

plumage 1050 exuviae 16

plumage 1045 imago micropteer 16

plumage 1056 imago 17

plumage 1054 deviant 17

plumage 1062 larva/nymph 17

plumage 1081 gyne (winged) 17

plumage 1059 imago brachypteer 17

plumage 1151 fresh imago 17

plumage 1055 egg 17

plumage 1060 queen 17

plumage 1061 worker 17

plumage 1053 unknown 17

plumage 1066 molt pollicle 17

plumage 1063 larvae 17

plumage 1065 mine 17

plumage 1064 exuviae 17

plumage 1117 pupa 17

plumage 1058 gall 17

plumage 1057 imago macropteer 17

plumage 1082 gyne (unwinged) 17

plumage 1071 imago macropteer 18

plumage 1070 imago 18

plumage 1076 larva/nymph 18

plumage 1078 exuviae 18

plumage 1080 molt pollicle 18

plumage 1079 mine 18

plumage 1083 pupa 18

plumage 1069 egg 18

plumage 1068 deviant 18

plumage 1073 imago micropteer 18

plumage 1067 unknown 18

plumage 1075 worker 18

plumage 1072 gall 18

plumage 1074 queen 18

plumage 1077 larvae 18

plumage 1112 vegetative 19

plumage 1170 flowering 19

plumage 1092 deviant 19

plumage 1113 spore-bearing 19

plumage 1091 unknown 19

plumage 1171 fruit-bearing 19

plumage 1130 egg(mass) 20

plumage 1121 deviant 20

plumage 1126 fresh double valves 20

plumage 1127 living animal 20

plumage 1129 shield (cuttle-fish, squid) 20

plumage 1123 empty shell or single valve 20

plumage 1125 internal skeleton 20

plumage 1119 juvenile 20

plumage 1118 unknown 20

plumage 1128 shell with (remainders of) animal 20

plumage 1124 fossile 20

plumage 1122 gall 20

plumage 1120 adult 20

plumage 1133 non relevant 30

Protocol 3000 12.205 UNIFORME WERKWIJZE MONITORING NATUURNETWERK (SNL) 0

Protocol 1 casual record 0

Protocol 2 complete area search 0

species group 1 Birds 1

species group 2 Mammals 2

species group 3 Reptiles and Amphibians 3

species group 4 Butterflies 4

species group 5 Dragonflies 5

species group 6 Insects (other) 6

species group 7 Molluscs 7

species group 8 Moths 8

species group 9 Fish 9

species group 10 Plants 10

species group 11 Mushrooms 11

species group 12 Mosses and Lichens 12

species group 13 Other Arthropods (Arthropoda) 13

species group 14 Locusts and Crickets (Orthoptera) 14

species group 15 Bugs, Plant Lice and Cicadas 15

species group 16 Beetles 16

species group 17 Hymenoptera 17

species group 18 Diptera 18

species group 19 Algae, Seaweeds and other unicellular organisms 19

species group 20 Other Invertebrates 20

species group 30 Disturbances 30

Status N Not approved 0

Status J approved 0

Status O not investigated 0

Status I Review in progress 0

Status U Cannot be validated (yet) 0

Status A Approved, based on knowledge rules 0

Posted on February 24, 2019 10:13 by ahospers ahospers | 0 comments | Leave a comment

February 04, 2019

24. 4G in Europa..en hoe gebruik je mobiel

Frankrijk Ongelimiteerd 20 euro
Finland ongelimiteerd 25 euro
T-mobiele 35 euro ongelimiteerd
Tele2.. ongelimteerd 25 euro
Telfort gaf je 10GB voor 10 euro
frankrijk finland

Is dit het einde van Wifi..nee zeker niet..THuis Wifi, openbare gelegenheden minder gebruik van...want geen code..
https://tweakers.net/tag/4g/
https://tweakers.net/nieuws/147624/amerikaanse-provider-hernoemt-4g+-naar-5g-evolution.html
https://tweakers.net/nieuws/145047/kpn-brengt-internetabonnement-uit-dat-dsl-combineert-met-4g.html

https://www.inaturalist.org/blog/15450-announcing-changes-to-projects-on-inaturalist
https://www.inaturalist.org/journal/ahospers/45530-66-relaties-tussen-organismes-aangeven-door-add-test-interactions

test=interactions

66. Interactions, Relaties, Verbondheid

more details here: https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/add-interactions-to-species-pages/433/16 here are many ways. Have a look at
https://www.inaturalist.org/search?q=interactions&source%5B%5D=projects

Now a lot depends on your philosophy.

For instance you can just add an interaction (one of the many fields): and name the other side of the interaction.
But that assumes that you know the other organism, and that if you have it wrong you will fix it, and that if the name changes taxonomically, then you will fix it.

see https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/specific-animal-plant-interactions

My philosophy is that you put both as observations and then link them: that way the community takes care of the identifications, and the link will remain no matter what.
If you follow my philosophy look at:
https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/interactions-s-afr

How can we get this higher up the “desired” list of features?
Both the New Zealanders and southern Africans have projects dealing with this.
Ours is visible at https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/interactions-s-afr 4

Basically, we record only the active interaction (i.e. “a eats b”, not “b is eaten by a” - the latter just being the reciprocal of the first), although user pressure has resulted in us adding a passive field for the reciprocal observation, given that observations fields link only one way, so that these observations do not display their hosts) as:

Visiting flowers: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?field:Visiting%20a%20flower%20of:%20(Interaction) 6
Eating: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?field:Eating:%20(Interaction) 5
Parasitizing: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?field:Parasitizing:%20(Interaction) 1
Attached to: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?field:attached%20to:%20(Interaction)
Carrying: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?field:Carrying:%20(Interaction) 1
Associated with: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?field:Associated%20with:%20(Interaction)
& the passive
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?field:Passive%20Partner%20to:%20(Interaction)

Note that in each case the field value is the url of the interacting observation. Unfortunately we cannot use this is a query to summarize the interactions.
We can ask
“What flowers does the Cape Sugarbird Visit?” - https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?place_id=113055&subview=grid&taxon_id=13442&field:Visiting%20a%20flower%20of:%20(Interaction)= 3
but we will only see the bird, and not the flowers, even though all the urls to the flowers are in the field - see: https://www.inaturalist.org/observation_fields/7459 2.

In over 5 years of using this “set” of interactions, we have never had a request to add additional interactions (e.g. Eating = preys on = killing to eat - i.e. “killing for fun” has not cropped up), although it would be nice to have a hierarchical dictionary of interactions (e.g. visiting a flower > pollinating a flower (> for nectar, pollen, oil, gum)/robbing a flower/, etc

I’m happy to leave the test=interactions thing available, I’m just not going to make it visible by default or integrate it into the UI. I don’t think we need to ice this topic, as I think the title sums up what we want pretty well. Personally, I think the Feature Requests category is a way to gauge what kinds of things people are interested in, and not necessarily specific implementation plans, so it’s valuable to me to know how many people chose to upvote this. In fact, I will spend one of my votes on it right now

plant Lantana camara apparently “visits flowers of” 46 species of insects, rather than the other way around https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/50333-Lantana-camara?test=interactions 13). Is it a functionality you can leave available, or are there reasons not to do so?

We investigated this when we redesigned the taxon page in 2016 (yikes, that was a while ago). I just made it so you can see what we did by appending test=interactions to any taxon page URL, and I’ll use examples to explain why we didn’t develop this any further.

The big problem looming over this whole feature is that observation fields are a bad way to model interactions. Since they represent a totally uncontrolled vocabulary, they’re rife with synonymous fields, so it’s hard interpret situations where, for example, there are both eats and preys on interactions, e.g. https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/117520-Enhydra-lutris-nereis?test=interactions 28. What’s the difference? Why are both supported?

Another problem is that using observation fields to model interactions means that one of the two taxa in the interaction is not subject to crowdsourced identification, so anyone can say that oaks eat humans and there’s nothing the community can do to correct that. As an example, here’s a butterfly that supposedly eats itself: https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/51097-Papilio-zelicaon?test=interactions 16. It doesn’t, this is just due to an erroneously added observation field. Site curators could just delete this field, but that’s generally not how we like to perform quality control at iNat.

On top of that, we really wanted to incorporate data from GLoBI 12, since we like them and we think it’s cool that they incorporate iNat interaction data, but mapping taxonomies and field semantics proved a hassle, and again it presents the problem of data that the iNat community can’t correct if they find errors.

What we’d like to do is to make a new feature for interactions where an interaction is a relationship between two observations with clear and controlled semantics (to the extent that that’s possible). So instead adding an obs field that says an obs of an oak represents that oak eating a human, you would create an interaction and have to choose two observations, one of an oak and another of a human, and choose “eating” from a menu of interaction types where “eating” means “taxon A is putting all or part of taxon B inside its body for the purpose of personal metabolism” or something. Other users could then vote on whether that was the correct interaction type, and the two observations could be independently identified. We could try and pre-populate this new kind of data with observation fields, or at least make a tool that helps people review their own interaction obs fields to make new-style interactions out of them. That’s a lot more work, though, and it hasn’t really been a priority, so we haven’t gotten around to it.

Anyway, that’s a long way of saying that I agree this would be cool, but doing it right will take considerable effo

Posted on February 04, 2019 17:30 by ahospers ahospers | 0 comments | Leave a comment

22. Taxon names photos in 1 folder uploadin to iNaturalist


Put a bunch of photos in a folder whose title starts with the taxon id. Each observation must be a single photo.

Run this script. It uploads every photo as an observation with the time and location from the photo.
Not sure it fits well in many people's workflow, but it might help others who want to make a script which matches what they do. If you happen to have a photo of a few hundred individuals of the same species this can very quickly post everything.

https://www.inaturalist.org/journal/glmory/21331-python-upload-script
https://www.inaturalist.org/journal/glmory/21331-python-upload-script

Python upload script

Since pyinaturalist recently came out I thought it would be a good time to try and write a script to automatically upload files to iNaturalist. Few if any example scripts are out there and this should make it easier for other people to write one which matches their workflow.

This script assumes a large number of photos of the same species. This might happen for example if you were trying to map every tree on a property. The workflow would consist of taking a single geotagged photo of each individual then separating out the photos so each one is in a folder which starts with its taxon ID. For example aphids would go in a folder named '52381' or '52381 Aphids' or '52381-Aphididae'

If you don't have python, I suggest installing Anaconda then pyinaturalist. You will then need to get an app ID.

Copy this script, paste it to a text file renamed to end in .py, add your user name, password, app id, secret, and the time zone of the photos. Then run the script. It should upload everything jpg file in the folder as the file you select.

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/import#photo_import

https://www.inaturalist.org/journal/glmory/21331-python-upload-script

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/inaturalist/pyinaturalist%7Csort:date/inaturalist/iF-Nw1oKsBo/4yqfflaDAwAJ

https://pyinaturalist.readthedocs.io/en/latest/index.html

https://www.inaturalist.org/pages/api+reference

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/inaturalist/pyinaturalist%7Csort:date/inaturalist/PNfHggqoIYs/duIgqvopDgAJ

Input your user name here:

user = ''

Input your password here:

passw = ''

Input your app ID and secret here:

app = ''

secret = ''

Input the time zone for the photos here, options can be found at the

website below

https://gist.github.com/mjrulesamrat/0c1f7de951d3c508fb3a20b4b0b33a98

time_zone = 'America/Los_Angeles'

tkinter used to choose a file

from tkinter import filedialog

from tkinter import Tk

os used to get a folder name

import os

pillow used to get exif data from the photos

import PIL

This is used to upload the photos.

import pyinaturalist

from pyinaturalist.rest_api import create_observations

from pyinaturalist.rest_api import get_access_token

print("Running")

This code lets you choose a photo, can delete and replace with folder_name=''

root = Tk()

filename = filedialog.askopenfilename(initialdir = "/",

title = "Select one of the .jpg files in "

"the folder to be uploaded. All files in "

"the folder will be uploaded. The folder "

"name should start with the taxon number",

filetypes = (("jpeg files","*.jpg"),

("all files",".")))

root.withdraw()

folder_name = os.path.dirname(filename) +'/'

print('Uploading all photos in ' + folder_name + 'as a unique observation')

Makes a list of all files in the folder inside element 2 of a tuple

for file in os.walk(folder_name):

if file[0] == folder_name:

files = file

Creates list of all the file paths for every file in the folder.

file_paths = []

for file in files[2]: # All files are in files[2]

file_path = files[0] + file # files[0] has the path to the folder

file_paths.append(file_path) # Makes a big list of paths

This function returns the latitude and longitude of a .jpg image

def get_lat_long(image):

# Gets all the exif data from the photo

exif = {

PIL.ExifTags.TAGS[k]: v

for k, v in image._getexif().items()

if k in PIL.ExifTags.TAGS

}

# From all the exif data, pulls the GPS data

gps_info = exif.get('GPSInfo')

# The GPS data is in a odd format, so have to dig for it a bit. This was

# only tested on files lightroom tagged.

latitude_direction = str(gps_info.get(1)[0])

latitude_degrees = float(gps_info.get(2)[0][0])

minutes = float(gps_info.get(2)[1][0])

multiplier = float(gps_info.get(2)[1][1])

latitude_minutes = minutes/multiplier

# The sign is changed depending on if this is N or S

if latitude_direction == 'N' or latitude_direction == 'n':

latitude = latitude_degrees+latitude_minutes/60

elif latitude_direction == 'S' or latitude_direction == 's':

latitude = -(latitude_degrees+latitude_minutes/60)

longitude_direction = gps_info.get(3)[0]

longitude_degrees = gps_info.get(4)[0][0]

minutes = float(gps_info.get(4)[1][0])

multiplier = float(gps_info.get(4)[1][1])

longitude_minutes = minutes/multiplier

# The sign is changed depending on if this is E or W

if longitude_direction == 'E' or longitude_direction == 'e':

longitude = longitude_degrees+longitude_minutes/60

elif longitude_direction == 'W' or longitude_direction == 'w':

longitude = -(longitude_degrees+longitude_minutes/60)

latitude_longitude = [latitude, longitude]

# Returns a list with both latitude and longiude in decimal format.

return latitude_longitude

Pulls the date information from

def get_date(image):

# Gets all the exif data from the photo

exif = {

PIL.ExifTags.TAGS[k]: v

for k, v in img._getexif().items()

if k in PIL.ExifTags.TAGS

}

# Pulls the date and time from the exif format

date = exif.get('DateTime').split()[0]

time = exif.get('DateTime').split()[1]

# Reformats the date to use - instead of :

for character in date:

if character == ':':

date = date.replace(character, '-')

# Combines the date and time to match the format pyinaturalist wants,

date_time = str(date) + 'T' + str(time)

# returns a date and time formatted to submit to iNaturalist with

# pyinaturalist

return date_time

This presumes the name of the folder starts with the taxon number.It finds

the taxon number by looking at the folder name and taking all the digits it

sees. This allows you to name the folder "##### species name" to quickly

tell where photos go. For example anything in '52381-Aphididae' is uploaded

as an aphid.

def get_taxon(folder):

taxon = ''

folder =os.path.split(os.path.dirname(folder_name))[-1]

for character in folder:

if character.isdigit():

taxon = taxon + character

return taxon

This is getting a token to allow photos to be uploaded.

token = get_access_token(username=user, password=passw,

app_id=app,

app_secret=secret)

This goes to every file, checks if it is a jpg, gets the gps coordinates,

get the time, and uploads it to iNaturalist.

for file in file_paths:

if file[-3:] == 'jpg' or file[-3:] == 'JPG' or file[-3:] == 'Jpg':

print('Uploading ' + file)

try:

img = PIL.Image.open(file)

coordinates = get_lat_long(img)

except:

coordinates = 'No Coordinates'

try:

img = PIL.Image.open(file)

date_time = get_date(img)

except:

date_time = 'No Date or Time'

taxon = get_taxon(folder_name)

params = {'observation':

{'taxon_id': taxon, # Vespa Crabro

'observed_on_string': date_time,

'time_zone': time_zone,

'description': 'This is a test upload',

'tag_list': '',

'latitude': coordinates[0],

'longitude': coordinates[1],

'positional_accuracy': 50, # meters,

'observation_field_values_attributes':

[{'observation_field_id': '','value': ''}],

},}

r = create_observations(params=params, access_token=token)

new_observation_id = r[0]['id']

from pyinaturalist.rest_api import add_photo_to_observation

r = add_photo_to_observation(observation_id=new_observation_id,

file_object=open(file, 'rb'),

access_token=token)

print("Program complete")
Posted by glmory glmory, February 04, 2019 03:14
https://www.inaturalist.org/journal/glmory/21331-python-upload-script

https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/flickr_tagger

Posted on February 04, 2019 13:53 by ahospers ahospers | 2 comments | Leave a comment

23. https://www.inaturalist.org/calendar/ahospers/2018/03/24

Tellins (not Angulus tenuis), and Arciida, and a crab. Please, one species in the observation
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/15613983
https://observation.org/waarneming/view/149818563

With calendar function it could be findable. Now idea how to find it in the menu
https://www.inaturalist.org/calendar/ahospers/2018/03/24

https://bsapubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/aps3.1193 .

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/import#photo_import

https://www.inaturalist.org/journal/glmory/21331-python-upload-script

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/inaturalist/pyinaturalist%7Csort:date/inaturalist/iF-Nw1oKsBo/4yqfflaDAwAJ

https://pyinaturalist.readthedocs.io/en/latest/index.html

https://www.inaturalist.org/pages/api+reference

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/inaturalist/pyinaturalist%7Csort:date/inaturalist/PNfHggqoIYs/duIgqvopDgAJ

https://www.inaturalist.org/comments?for_me=true

https://www.inaturalist.org/atlases

https://www.inaturalist.org/flags

https://www.inaturalist.org/journal

https://www.inaturalist.org/pages/translate

https://www.inaturalist.org/help

: https://www.inaturalist.org/comments

https://www.inaturalist.org/import

https://www.inaturalist.org/journal/

https://www.inaturalist.org/export

https://www.inaturalist.org/photos/

http://inaturalist.org/identifications

http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/upload,

http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/export

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/moimport

http://inaturalist.org/observations/import

https://www.inaturalist.org/pages/tips_tricks_nz

http://www.inaturalist.org/people/leaderboard/2016

See: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/15842355.json
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/inaturalist/batch$20submissions$20with$20photos$3F%7Csort:date

https://www.doabooks.org/doab?func=search&uiLanguage=en&template=&query=vegetation
https://www.doabooks.org/doab?func=browse&uiLanguage=en&queryField=dutch&x=0&y=0
https://www.doabooks.org/doab?func=search&page=5&template=&query=dutch&uiLanguage=en

https://www.doabooks.org/doab?func=search&query=birds
https://www.doabooks.org/doab?func=search&query=environment
https://www.doabooks.org/doab?func=search&query=plants
https://www.doabooks.org/doab?func=search&query=ict
https://www.doabooks.org/doab?func=search&query=software
https://www.doabooks.org/doab?func=search&query=ökologisch
https://www.doabooks.org/doab?func=search&query=software
https://www.doabooks.org/doab?func=search&query=ecology
https://www.doabooks.org/doab?func=search&query=software

https://www.doabooks.org/doab?func=search&uiLanguage=en&template=&query=environment
Search Term and Tricks
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/inaturalist/vqQH4FmChfE
Russell Pfau's iNat tips & tricks
https://www.inaturalist.org/people/pfau_tarleton
Cassi Saari's iNat tips & tricks
https://www.inaturalist.org/journal/bouteloua/14205-inat-tips-tricks

Yeah, a project is one way to filter by multiple users. You can also use URLs (then bookmark the URL), e.g.

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/identify?user_id=bouteloua,mira_l_b 1

Feel free to message me anytime. @charlie, you can send private messages by clicking someone’s username, then a blue message button appears in the top right.

there’s really a lot from a single person, I sometimes filter on that person, then mark all as reviewed. If you do actually want to review them later, just make a note somewhere and do the reverse later.
Example: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/identify?iconic_taxa=unknown&user_id=username&per_page=100 3

he Explore page (aka Observations search) at https://www.inaturalist.org/observations 1 is the primary way for iNaturalist users to search for a set of observations. The page has multiple filters available in the user interface that one can use. Each time a filter is applied, you’ll notice the search URL (AKA web address) changes. For example, a search for all snake observations…

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…creates this URL: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?place_id=any&taxon_id=85553

This URL is basically a set of search instructions for iNaturalist and it will always show all verifiable snake observations worldwide if you paste it into a browser (try it!).

By editing URLs like this, you can get search results not available through the user interface on the website. What follows are examples of different URLs you can use to create more complicated searches than are available through the user interface. And remember, once you have a search you like, you can always bookmark the URL to save the search.

Because this is a wiki post, feel free to add your own examples!

Searching for multiple taxa

We’ll start off with something simple.

You’ll notice the last part of the URL above says “taxon_id=85553”. That number is iNaturalist’s ID for the taxon Serpentes. You can always find that number by going to the taxon’s page and looking at the URL (e.g. https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/85553-Serpentes 1 for Serpentes) or searching for it on Explore and looking at the URL.

So if you want to search for more than one taxon at a time, you can edit that URL to include multiple taxon IDs. Let’s say I wanted to search for all snakes and all crocodilians (https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/26039-Crocodylia). I will have to change “taxon_id” to “taxon_ids” and I can add another taxon number to it by using a comma, so I would end up with:

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?place_id=any&taxon_ids=85553,26039,47113

You can append more taxon IDs to this URL to search for more taxa. For example, here are all snakes, crocodilians, and nudibranchs:

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?place_id=any&taxon_ids=85553,26039,47113

Search multiple places

This is pretty similar the multiple taxa URL. Like taxa, places have their own unique ID number, which you can find by searching for it and looking at the resulting URL. For example, here are all observations in Hong Kong:

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?place_id=7613

So Hong Kong’s ID number is 7613. If I wanted to search for observations in both Hong Kong and Macao, all I have to do is append Macao’s ID number to the end:

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?place_id=7613,10301

You can then start combining place and taxa search by using an ampersand (&). Here is a search for all snakes, crocodilians, and nudibranchs in Hong Kong and Macao:

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?taxon_ids=85553,26039,47113&place_id=7613,10301

Posted on February 04, 2019 16:20 by ahospers ahospers | 1 comment | Leave a comment