- 3 November 2014 - 2:47pm — anonymous spotter
With the iSpot sAfr site preparing to move to the iSpot sAfr community on the Global site on 2-3rd December, please make sure that you are happy with your profile here!
Note: for transfer & testing the site will be unavailable for 48 hours (on about 2-3 Dec). The test run is still busy and the transfer has been deferred to sort out bugs.
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All organisms are part of a web of ecological connections with other species. Many of these links are created by feeding relationships: every plant is eaten, every animal must eat. Most flowers depend on insects for pollination. Fruit are dispersed by birds, seeds by ants and mites hitch a ride on beetles in a relationship called phoresy.
As our contribution to the British Ecological Society's Festival of Ecology, you can now explore and record ecological relationships using iSpot. Find out how here