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I identified the listed species myself. In some cases, exact determination can be difficult. I use the resources and knowledge I have. In addition to the appearance, location, frequency and season, I also take into account observations of the surrounding area. The presence of other species often allows conclusions to be drawn about the species to be identified. In many cases, precise identification is only possible using microscopic or molecular genetic examination. That's too ambitious for me. Have fun discovering!

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Animals

Most common observations this week

979

Monarch butterfly
(Danaus plexippus)

934

European honey bee
(Apis mellifera)

797

Asian ladybeetle
(Harmonia axyridis)

754

Mallard
(Anas platyrhynchos)

466

Seven-spot ladybird
(Coccinella septempunctata)

427

Canada goose
(Branta canadensis)

370

Grey heron
(Ardea cinerea)

339

European paper wasp
(Polistes dominula)

314

Marmalade hoverfly
(Episyrphus balteatus)

314

Green shield bug
(Palomena prasina)

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This list shows species ordered by the proportion of observations marked as "endemic". The data is based on observations from iNaturalist users and therefore may contain inaccurate information.

Endemic means that a species is restricted to a limited area of distribution. Nevertheless, there are values of less than 100 percent in this list. This can have three different causes: either there are endemic subspecies, or the species is starting to spread, or there are errors in data collection.

Thumbnail picture showing Thylacinus cynocephalus

Tasmanian tiger
Thylacinus cynocephalus

No observations in the last 30 days

100% endemic
Thumbnail picture showing Neoceratodus forsteri

Barramunda
Neoceratodus forsteri

Two observations in the last 30 days

100% endemic
Thumbnail picture showing Phelsuma madagascariensis

Madagascar day gecko
Phelsuma madagascariensis

No observations in the last 30 days

100% endemic
Thumbnail picture showing Pantherophis guttatus

Corn snake
Pantherophis guttatus

72 observations in the last 30 days

98.95% endemic
Thumbnail picture showing Carlito syrichta

Philippine tarsier
Carlito syrichta

Six observations in the last 30 days

95.97% endemic
Thumbnail picture showing Phelsuma grandis

Madagascar giant day gecko
Phelsuma grandis

12 observations in the last 30 days

42.21% endemic
Thumbnail picture showing Melanostoma species

Melanostoma hoverfly
Melanostoma species

213 observations in the last 30 days

6.55% endemic
Thumbnail picture showing Bombus terrestris

Buff-tailed bumblebee
Bombus terrestris

246 observations in the last 30 days

2.06% endemic
Thumbnail picture showing Neophron percnopterus

Egyptian vulture
Neophron percnopterus

59 observations in the last 30 days

2.05% endemic
Thumbnail picture showing Haematopus palliatus

American oystercatcher
Haematopus palliatus

209 observations in the last 30 days

1.16% endemic
Thumbnail picture showing Bradypus species

Three-toed sloth
Bradypus species

78 observations in the last 30 days

0.79% endemic
Thumbnail picture showing Clubiona species

Sac spider
Clubiona species

24 observations in the last 30 days

0.49% endemic

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