CityNatureChallenge 2022 Wien Notable Observations

Vienna’s 2022 City Nature Challenge had more observers, observations and species than last year, and many observations still need final IDs. Here’s some of the more notable ones.

Species in bold are ones for which the given observer has one or more research-grade observations.

If only one person has RG observations of a species, but other people have observations which need ID, the number of needs-ID observers are indicated in parentheses. For example:

Centranthus ruber (Red Valerian)
means the observer is the only one to have observed that species, but none of their observations are research grade.
Cercopis arcuata
means the observer is the only one to have observed that species, and one or more of those observations are research grade.
Polydesmus complanatus (Flat-backed Millipede) (1)
means that the observer and one other person have observed that species, but only the listed observer has research-grade observations of it.

Table of Contents

  1. Notable Species
    1. Wien
      1. First Observations
      2. Notable Observations
    2. Austria
      1. First Observations
      2. Notable Observations
    3. Europe
      1. First Observations
      2. Notable Observations
    4. iNaturalist Global
      1. First Observations
      2. Notable Observations
  2. Uniquely Observed Species

Notable Species

Wien exakt, AT

First Observations (142)

Notable Observations (320)

Austria

First Observations (35)

Notable Observations (109)

Europe

First Observations (6)

Notable Observations (17)

iNaturalist Global

First Observations (4)

Notable Observations (33)

Observers

@carnifex (160 taxa):

@gertiseiser (68 taxa):

@isadoraisadorable (50 taxa):

@cpu (49 taxa):

@lrasran (40 taxa):

@it_lp (8 taxa):

@goodrun (2 taxa):

@carolinaaaasnl (2 taxa):

@laszlo12 (1 taxa):

@margoleo (1 taxa):

@nadya_karpenko (1 taxa):