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If you have photographed an organism in southern Africa and you want help in identifying it, we strongly recommend you join the southern African section of iSpot (http://www.ispot.org.za/) where you can upload photographs and get the help of other members (many of them experts) in identifying what you have photographed. You can also help to identify other people's photographs. iSpot is a citizen science project in that the observation data assembled through people's submissions can be used for atlassing projects as well as other purposes. In fact on Biodiversity Explorer we have used many photographs from iSpot, having first obtained the permission of the photographers concerned.

You are also welcome to email us at bioquery@iziko.org.za about any query you might have regarding biodiversity in southern Africa, or to draw our attention to errors on the website, or to offer us photographs and information that we can use (with  due acknowledgment to you).

Epupa Falls on the Kunene River, in full spate after heavy rains in the region. The hills in the background fall in Angola while the vegetation in the foreground lies in Namibia. The Kunene and Zambezi rivers mark the northern boundary of southern Africa (as defined here), the region of focus in Biodiversity Explorer. [photo H. Robertson, Iziko

 

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