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sfbaywildlife ADMIN April 17, 2012

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Group Description

We want to build a photographic collection to help amateur wildlife-watchers locate, identify, and appreciate the wildlife of the San Francisco Bay Area. The goal is to supplement the information found at www.sfbaywildlife.info by providing selected photographs of all the species found in this region.

Photographs are selected based on photographic quality, good depiction of a particular species and illustration of behavior. Some exceptions will be made for unusual species. Mostly we include only one photograph per species except where different views illustrate something e.g. male and female, adult and juvenile, wings open and closed, dorsal and ventral, etc.

We will only include photographs that have been taken in the extended Bay Area including some locations like Monterey which are within range for day trips.

You can search the pool using tags or text searches. Here are some links to frequently used groups:
Mammals, Whales and Dolphins
Birds, Rare Birds (for Bay area)
Reptiles, Snakes, Lizards, Turtles
Amphibians, Salamanders, Frogs, Toads
Fish
Insects, Butterflies, Moths, Caterpillars, Dragonflies, Damselflies, Beetles, Bees, Wasps, Flies, Stoneflies, Megaloptera ( Alderflies, Dobsonflies and Fishflies), Orthoptera (Grasshoppers, Crickets, Katydids), Hemiptera (True Bugs)
Spiders, Millipedes
Crustaceans
Mollusks (Clams, mussels, snails, slugs, squids, octopuses, chitons)
Echinoderms (Sea Stars, Sea Urchins, Sand Dollars, Sea Cucumbers)
Branchiopoda (Clam Shrimps, Fairy Shrimps, Tadpole Shrimps, Water Fleas)
Polychaeta (worms)
Medusozoa - Jellyfish (Jellies)

Need Id - Please help identify these

These are behavioral photos:
Predation
Breeding - including nesting, courtship, egg-laying
Inter-species interaction
Behavior - other interesting behavior

These are other tags:
Identification

Additional Info

  • Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images
  • Accepted safety levels: Safe
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