Megan Wannarka

Honey Bee fodder plant citizen scientist

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    Megan Wannarka commented on "Acer saccharinum L.":

    @Guillaume Larocque: Thank you for catching this! My mistake

    17 days ago

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    Megan Wannarka commented on "Angelica archangelica L.":

    @Karl Aa: Thank you for this! And please keep up your wonderful work!

    6 months ago

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    Megan Wannarka commented on Megan Wannarka's newsfeed:

    @Katja Schulz: Yes sadly. I noticed it before then but thought maybe re-logining it would help. It hasn't as of yet.

    9 months ago

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    Megan Wannarka commented on "Katja Schulz":

    The pre-existing collections are not showing up when looking through taxionamies. Not sure if it's just me of it is site-wide. Any ideas? Thank you in advance, Megan

    10 months ago

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    Megan Wannarka commented on "Katja Schulz":

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    Megan Wannarka commented on Megan Wannarka's newsfeed:

    @Bob Corrigan: :) Thanks and will do!

    over 1 year ago

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    Megan Wannarka commented on "Apis mellifera plants":

    @Jennifer Hammock: Yes I have an on-going list that I've collected from over 20 sources and of course the taxionmy gets tricky. It seems the EOL helps with that, grouping them and sharing them with others. Of course there is MORE detailed information with each too that I will have to see what the mobile app can do and see if I can add that information in. Sharing the information and making it searchable for region is the biggest one. Short term I would like to produce a pamphlet for Grenada, where I'm currently working as a Peace Corps Response volunteer for beekeepers about the various bee plants here on the island along with a resource for the up-to-date information. Linking/documenting then each plant with phenology in each location would be HUGE too, but of course down the line. I have not seen one place for any or all this information and it seems the EOL is a place to start putting it since it's kept up to date and searchable. Any feedback or further ideas would be great!!

    over 1 year ago • edited: over 1 year ago