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Ophrys lupercalis 18-19
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Ophrys lutea 2019
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Ophrys massiliensis 2019
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Ophrys passionis 2019
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Ophrys sp. 18-19
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Exporting your observations

Export your data for personal use

 

 

At any time, you can export your personal observations for your own use or to exchange with others. These exports can include all or part of your data (use search engine).

Export files contain all the information you have entered, including Latin and common names and synonyms, date of observation, the town or city, comments, global positioning in different formats, elevation, and any comments you made. You will also receive extra information concerning the conservation status of the species, its status on the red list, any validation offered, taxonomic code of reference, the names of those who classified the species, etc.

The data may be downloaded as: text, excel or Xml, and in the kml format for seeing the observations on “Google Earth”. 

 

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  • Export as a Word table
  • Export in the MS Excel format (xls)
  • Export in the MS Excel format (xlsx)
  • Export in the eXtensible Markup Language (XML) format
  • Export in the Google Earth (kml) format
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