Great App! A must have for field ID. Very helpful.
Worth it! Very helpful and convenient. The species descriptions are rather short, but it's a great quick guide for reminders of plant names, family descriptions, and images of plants. All the scientific names are up to date!
Very intuitive Works with very little effort...and just like my Birding App. Make a few choices of characteristics and it quickly narrows the possibles.
Loved it!!!!!!!! Yay
Great Tool for identifying Plants in the wild I typed in my location and a couple of plant characters like flower color and leaf shape and my search was narrowed from nearly a thousand plants to just a few. Scrolled through the few that were left and voila! I found my plant. The photos are stunning. A handy feature is tapping on plant family description brings up all the plants in that family. Can't wait for the next app from the Oregon Flora Project.
Quick, easy, thorough, and gorgeous. A wealth of knowledge in your pocket! Customizable decision-tree allows you to narrow possibilities even if you lack characteristics or are uncertain. Fantastic for beginning botanists like myself. Gorgeous macro photos with black backgrounds and multiple angles for easy differentiation of features (Gerald D. Carr is prolific!). A wealth of knowledge in your pocket!
- Adding support back in for older versions of Android (3.1+) using multiple apk's.
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