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Mags July 2, 2008
Scroll down a bit to see the full rules but rule 1 is post photos of plants to the Group pool.

If you add the tag unidentifiedplant when adding your photo, then your plant be listed in unidentified plants. Remember to take the tag off after it's been identified!

Do NOT start new discussion topics about an unidentified plant: they will be closed.

Group Description

So some kinda botanical wonder caught your eye, and you snapped a photo of it -- but what kind of plant is it?

Submit your photos of unidentified plants, and let's see if anyone else can put a name to it. Alternatively, if you wanna show what you know check out the plants which haven't been identified yet.

Please read and follow these guidelines.

Please post photos to the group pool! Please do not start a new thread in discussion.

Tag it up!
When you add your plant, tag it with unidentifiedplant.

If your plant is successfully identified, delete the "unidentifiedplant" tag.

The tagging should make it easy to find plants which are yet to be identified and prevent them from getting lost in the archives of the group.

Respond to potential identifications
When someone leaves a suggested ID, let them know you've read it by responding. If you don't agree, say so and say why! The best way to get a plant identified is to get into a discussion over it.

Posting Restrictions
Each group member is limited to 6 images per day. If you have more than 6plants to be identified, post the first 6 and then the next 6 the next day and so on. This is so that members only posting one or two images are not lost in the wilderness!

Please keep it to one or two clear shots of each plant: macros are beautiful but are harder to identify, and multiple shots of the same plant won't necessarily make the identification easier.

Thanks for playing!

Additional Info

  • This group will count toward the photo's limit (60 for Pro members, 30 for free members)
  • Members can post 6 things to the pool each day.
  • Accepted content types: Photos, Images, Screenshots
  • Accepted safety levels: Safe
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