Brandon Corder

Joined: May 18, 2018 Last Active: Sep 23, 2021 iNaturalist

Botany PhD student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison studying partial mycoheterotrophy and genomic evolution in North American orchids. Growing up in Florida, orchids were my first love, but since then I've also gained a passion for mosses, parasitic and mycoheterotrophic plants, Florida endemic plants, and paleobotany. Travelling often between Florida, Oregon, and Wisconsin.

For more plants, follow my instagram @brandoncorder
Best way to reach me is via email: bcorder@wisc.edu

Since 2020 I've been really embracing iNaturalist to a new personal level. I think it's a great tool to learn more about our surroundings and to help scientists and others make new kinds of observations on life around us. I personally use iNaturalist in my research and personal lives. I mostly limit myself to posting wild plants, with some exceptions.

my moss observations that need ID -- I appreciate all the help I can get as I try to catalog mosses across the US!
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/identify?taxon_id=311249&user_id=970009

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