Efloraofindia website updated upto 31st March’12- around 6500 species:

It’s heartening to state again that Efloraofindia is the largest google e-group in the world in this field & the largest nature related e-group (and the most constructive) in India with more than 1,10,000 messages so far & membership currently more than 1840 nos.

The Efloraofindia website has now been updated upto 31st March’12 along with completion of resurfacing work upto this date. Threads from 22.3.11 to 29 Feb.’12 could not updated as I am unable to go to old threads threads quickly due to changed settings of new google groups in efi. It has the largest database on net on Indian Flora with pictures of more than 6500 species. You can see it at any time at /home. Members should add this link in their favourites & give species’ links from this while posting or replying in a thread as lot of discussed data is already available here. This will also help the site move up in search results.

Intent of this website is compilation of all the posts on ‘efloraofindia’ e- group along with providing other details so that it’s useful to all concerned as all the data about a particular species will be available under a single head& easily searchable. However, correctness of data/ identification in the efloraofindia (earlier indiantreepix) links is dependent on the members’ inputs in that particular link. Therefore, errors/ mistakes cannot be ruled out- everyone is requested to point them out for corrections by sending an e-mail to <itpmods@googlegroups.com>. Efloraofindia e-group members can add comments about it after ‘signing in’ at the bottom of the page.

What is more important is that thousands of observations of hundreds of our members (many of which one will not find documented anywhere) are available here & easily searchable through general web searches as well as search in the efloraofindia. And these are going to increase with every passing day. These original observations will be a treasure trove & will a delight to lot of people.

With the pace at which new species are being added to our database, it should become the premier resource for taxonomic research in India. As the data is multiplying, we need more volunteers to take up this work. Details can be seen at /volunteers-required/volunteers-required

Kudos & thanks to the moderators, experts & other members who are rendering selfless service on the group & made this endeavor possible for the benefit of everyone.


Too good. I think after Sir. J.D.Hooker, this is the largest collection. Of course he had plants, we have pics 🙂

Congratulations to all the members and special thanks to …  for making us a part of this wonderful community.


 

 

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