Each installation includes three prepaid identifications, each other for : 1 USD / 0.7 EUR. We use Google's in-app purchase.
The identification process is not computer-based, it requires human involvement. Therefore we ask for a payment to maintain quality of the service. If we can't identify your plant, you don't pay anything.
Our team will respond as quickly as possible, but the identification usually takes minutes or hours. So far, we have been able to identify 90% plants in average.
You can browse plants by families, genus, search by common name or scientific name, and state. The detail species page include major characters and distribute map, and linked to USDA web site for detail information.
You can use it in a field trip, write a note about a plant, take a photo using the phone camera, select a photo from the phone. It is all at your finger tip.
You can save the plant locations and later view all of them on a map.
You can also group them, and add various species into different groups for easy access.
Note: Data are from USDA plant database (2006), with 541 families, about 5000 genea, and 50,000 species. If have other data sources, please let me know. We can make it better. I am a plant lover too!
The identification process is not computer-based, it requires human involvement. Therefore each identification is paid using Google's in-app purchase. One plant identification costs 1 USD / 0.7 EUR. If we can't identify your plant, you don't pay anything.
Everybody gets one identification for free as a trial.
Our team will respond as soon as possible, but the identification usually takes minutes or hours. So far, we have been able to identify 90% plants in average.
It is developed by scientists from four French research organisations (Cirad, INRA, Inria and IRD), and the Tela Botanica network, with the financial support of Agropolis fondation.
Among other features, this free app helps identifying plant species from photographs, through a visual recognition software. Plant species that are well enough illustrated in the botanical reference database can be easily recognized.
This app works on more than 4100 species of wild flora of the French territory, the species list is available through the application. The number of species and the number of images used by the application evolve with contributions of end users to the project.
It doesn't allow the identification of ornamental plants. It works even better than the pictures submitted are focused on one organ. Pictures of tree leaves on uniform background provide the most relevant results.
If you correctly identify a species, you can participate to the project by submitting your observation with the "contribution" button. These contributions subject to a moderation process will be validated collaboratively.
To find this application on the web, go to the following link:
Those who want to contribute more interactively to this participatory science project can go to:
• Learn to identify weeds such as Japanese knotweed, Giant Hogweed & Himalayan Balsam at any time of year
• Descriptions of weeds & why they are a problem
• Top tips on what to do & what not to do.
• Record sightings: Log info, GPS locations & images then directly message our experts for assistance.
This app explains how to identify weeds such as Japanese knotweed, Giant Hogweed and Himalayan Balsam. Each weed page has a gallery of I.D. pics throughout the 4 seasons, FAQs and tips on what to do and what not to do.
If you need further assistance from our weed control experts, simply report a problem by clicking 'Record a Sighting'. Fill in the form and add a photo and GPS details using the built in map and then click send. Our team at Invasive Weeds Agency Ltd will be on hand to respond to your enquiries.
Invasive Weeds Agency's contact details are within the app should you prefer to call or contact us through social media.
Optimised for phone use. Tablet version coming soon.
Botaniculum is a perfect tool for plant identification, not only for botanists but for interested laymen as well.
The Botaniculum database knows about 7,000 plant names. It contains classification attributes and detailed information regarding major domestic and wild growing plants, as well as medicinal plants.
In addition, there are 2,500 large-format color photos and illustrations in brilliant HD quality.
The wealth of information in Botaniculum corresponds to a textbook of more than 1,000 pages, yet this data collection fits into any pocket.
Botaniculum is easy and intuitive to use. In seven steps or mostly less, even laymen will identify any native wild plant with the help of his or her smartphone (according to flower color, flower shape, inflorescence, leaf shape, leaf arrangement of leaves, leaf edge and specific shape). In addition, fruit type, fruit color, bloom time, collection time and many other properties can be specified.
Photos can be added to each plant - taken with the internal camera or added from existing photo collections.
Many search functions and a fast full-text search option make it possible to use Botaniculum as a comprehensive and convenient reference. With a few clicks, the plants are sorted according to their properties, which include medicinal plants, culinary herbs, their use in homeopathy, bloom time, collection time, species, habitat and many more - the search possibilities are almost endless.
Numerous synonyms in the database allow the user to quickly locate plants by their popular or botanical names.
Botaniculum contains information about the healing effects of the more than 400 medicinal plants. Their applications and contraindications are listed, as well as their possible homeopathic use and other interesting details.
The database contains information about poisonous plants as well: toxins, toxic effects and toxic parts of the plants are listed.
Edible plants are listed with detailed information about collecting time, preparation, taste and culinary use.
It is possible to add user-defined categories and comments to each plant.
All information is available “offline” at any time after installing the Botaniculum App on your Android device: after installation, an internet connection is not necessary, therefore no connection costs will be incurred and the program functions of Botaniculum work in remote places.
The Botaniculum image database requires 600 MB internal storage capacity.If you want to install the image database on an external sd-card, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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What is happening to Britain’s horse-chestnut trees? Since 2002 Britain’s conker trees have been under attack from a non-native moth – and you can help scientists at the Universities of Bristol and Hull monitor what’s happening. The Leaf Watch app shows you how to identify affected trees and enables you to submit geo-located leaf photos. This data will show our scientists where the moth is present within the UK today. Your reports will contribute to the Conker Tree Science research project.
Visit us at http://www.ourweboflife.org.uk/.
It is an interactive key to identify a plant to its respective family.
You select characters and enter their values, such as flower color; the app will present you with possible identifications including family details and images.
List of characters
List of families
Touch to select or enter value
Displayed selected character values along with taxa
The dataset for the app is adapted from the Flora of China Project (www.foc.org).
The web version can be found http://www.pathkey.org/key_d.php?datasetId=198
PathKey is an interface for accessing interactive identification keys in DELTA format. Visit www.pathkey.org for more information.
Users can narrow the species list for any location in North America using the phone's GPS, network signal or any entered address or zip code. Basically the application can become “Woody Plants of Where You Are Standing”. For example, it can become the “Woody Plants of Southwestern Oregon” , the “Woody Plants of Central Park” or the or “The Woody Plants of 37.108 lat., -80.452 long., elevation 2118”.
Users can further narrow the species list by answering a series of very simple tree attribute questions such as where the plant is growing, leaf shape, leaf arrangement, flower color or fruit type.
The species list can also be narrowed by typing a keyword such as oak, Abies, red or palm. For example if oak is typed only oaks found in the defined area will be listed.
A feature also allows you to send any tree related question to “Dr. Dendro”, a tree expert in the Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation at Virginia Tech. You can send a tree description or pictures of your plant and experts will help with identification.
• 969 woody plants from all over North America
• Over 6,400 color photographs of leaves, flowers, fruit, twig, bark, form, and range map for each species
• In depth description of all plant parts
• Narrows species list based on your location and elevation using the phones GPS, network signal or user entered location
• Search for species by a key word, e.g. maple
• Identify species by answering a series of simple questions. A picture is displayed showing what is being asked.
• Navigate between species with a push of a button.
• Send a tree question to “Dr. Dendro” a tree expert at Virginia Tech
VIRGINIA TECH TREE IDENTIFICATION DIGITAL MATERIAL
Visit our web sites at: http://dendro.cnre.vt.edu
Woody Plants in North America, 2012, Kendall/Hunt Publishing is a multimedia tutorial on DVD covering 920 woody plants with over 23,000 color photographs of leaves (summer and fall), flowers, fruits, twigs,
bark and form for each plant. The software displays multiple images of all plant parts so user can develop a “feel” for normal field variation. A customizable, self-quizzing section allows users to evaluate their progress in plant identification. For more features on this software visit: http://dendro.cnre.vt.edu/dendrology/wpina.htm
The 650 MB database of tree photographs and text is downloaded from our server. We recommend you install Virginia Tech Tree Identification using a fast WIFI connection. A cellular connection will generally be too slow.
Text and photography by John R. Seiler, John A. Peterson Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation, Virginia Tech and Ed Jensen, Forest Ecosystems and Society, Oregon State University
Programming by Robert Potts
Technical support by Andrew Meeks
Is it a Tulips or a Crocus? Learning the name and species of the flower is now effortless with LikeThat Garden. Hold your phone in front of the flower, snap a picture and get an instant answer – no setup required!
Whether you’re looking to know the name of a flower, discover flowers that look similar, or find out additional information, LikeThat Garden will satisfy your curiosity. You can search from thousands of flowers to get real time data.
LikeThat Garden is the only app that instantly identifies flowers from your photos and provides a wealth of information right at your fingertips, drawing upon the beauty of the great outdoors.
With gorgeous, high quality images, unlike any garden app you have seen before, LikeThat Garden highlights the true beauty of nature, and utilizes amazing, new-age, image recognition technology.
LikeThat Garden, is a free visual search app, allows you to take pictures to identify flowers. It’s as simple as: Snap It, Explore It, Find It.
With LikeThat Garden you can:
- Instantly find visually appealing flowers and plants
- Explore and discover flowers for your home or garden
- Learn how to properly care for your flowers and plants
- Dream up your next garden with flowers you love
Define and discuss the terms ″agriculture and crops″ and explore how different agricultural practices help the crops to yield quality products.
Describe the role of manures and fertilizers for healthy plant growth and regulation.
Define the term ″harvesting″ and discuss the process involved in crop rotation and multiple cropping.
Examine how high‐yielding crop varieties are developed by scientists changing the genetics of plants for the benefit of humankind.
Deduce the aim of plant breeding and list different types of breeding methods involved in it.
Identify some of the medicinal plants and investigate their medicinal values.
Explore how advances in plant biotechnology help mankind and list some of genetically modified products currently in use.
Define ″GMO testing″ and understand the risks and controversies surrounding the use of GMOs.
More details please visit http://www.wonderwhizkids.com/
"Wonderwhizkids.com" hosts concept oriented content in Maths & Sciences
specially designed for K-8 to K-12 grades. "Wonderwhizkids (WWK) enables
students to enjoy learning with application oriented, visually rich
content which is simple and easy to understand. The content is aligned to
best practices of learning and teaching.
Students can develop strong basics, critical thinking and problem
solving skills to do well in school and beyond. Teachers can use WWK as a
reference material to be more creative in designing engaging learning
experiences. Parents also can actively participate in their child's
development through WWK".
This topic covers under Biology subject as a part of the PlantForm and Function topic
and this topic contains following sub topics
Crop and medicinal plants
Preparation of soil and seeds
Crop rotation and harvesting
* record observations with photos and GPS locations
* view nearby photos on a map
* keep track of updates from people you follow on iNaturalist.org
For more info, check out http://www.inaturalist.org
Ideal for any gardener and those interested in plants!
Swipe left and right to look through plants in this easy to use and fast app. Press the info button to get a description of the plant, or get more descriptive information online.
Feedback gratefully appreciated! I'm looking to improve this app to make this a more effective tool
Plants are selected by entering all or part of the name, either the Latin botanical name or a common name. Then just select from the result list.
For greatly extended selection criteria to enable more advanced plant selection, please look at the PBO Viewer PLUS edition.
A dedicated data interface is provided for the app, so that it uses the minimum bandwidth possible, usually about half that of the regular web pages.
More than 500 flowers are available now. New flowers are submitted every day. English and Slovak texts are supported directly, Google Translate is used for other languages.
The Sealife tracker app shows you how to identify each species and enables you to easily submit geo-located photos whenever you find one. The app features 25 species - 14 of which are climate change indicators and 11 that are invasive, non-native species. There's an information page for each species with a photo gallery and also a "Confusion Species" gallery for each, to help you to correctly ID them.
You can also keep track of the project, view results and upload more records on the Sealife Tracker website: http://www.brc.ac.uk/sealife_tracker/home
We know where many of these obstacles are and what kind of impacts they cause, but we suspect that there are many more obstacles that we don’t know about, particularly in the more remote, upland areas of the UK. For this reason the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA), the Rivers and Fisheries Trust for Scotland (RAFTS) and the Environment Agency (EA) have joined forces to create this free to use mobile app for iPhone and Android devices that will enable people to send in photos and details of obstacles that they see when they’re out and about either on, in or by the UK’s rivers.
The information received from this app will be used by public bodies, groups of river users, local authorities and private companies to identify redundant man made obstacles that can be removed from rivers, and prioritise improvements to other obstacles that will yield the biggest environmental improvements. Information on natural obstacles will also be used to determine the natural limits to movement for different species of fish.
AquaInvaders works alongside PlantTracker and is designed to collect information on invasive non-native animals. It covers fish (12 species altogether), crayfish (5 species), amphibians (4 species), Killer Shrimp, Zebra Mussel, Mink and many other unwelcome animal species that pose a threat to native biodiversity and/or threaten the integrity of our water ways.
The app is supported by the GB Non-Native Species Secretariat, the Angling Trust, the Rivers and Fisheries Trusts of Scotland and BSAC.
The data you collect will be submitted to the Biological Records Centre (Centre for Ecology and Hydrology) where it will be verified by experts and, in certain cases, responded to directly by the relevant authority. Once verified your data will be available publicly via the NBN Gateway.