19 April 2009

Indiana Dunes BioBlitz - Will You Be There?

The National Geographic/National Park Service 24-hour BioBlitz at the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore will be held on May 15-16, 2009. Public registration for this event is now open. I am leading botany/birding groups from 1PM-4PM Friday, 4:30PM-8PM Friday, and 8AM-12PM Saturday. Karen Quinlan is also leading botany groups at these times. If you are available, you should really try to make it to this huge event. There are limits on the number of people that can join each field team, and joining a team is handled on a first come, first served basis, so reserve your spots early. Visit the official Indiana Dunes BioBlitz website for more details and to sign up for the event. I hope to see you there!

Chamaesyce polygonifolia, August 12, 2006

2 comments:

Tom said...

Scott- Well, I will not be there, but it looks like a great time. We're still calling this Euphorbia polygonifolia here in Ohio.

Tom

Scott said...

Hi Tom. I haven't seen the literature on why Chamaesyce has been split from Euphorbia, but of those species in the two genera (or sub-genera) that I've seen they seem pretty different. Do you know why Ohio has stuck with calling them all Euphorbia?