PSL targets for 2017

I've had a trawl through the endlessly absorbing rankings by group to see where I need to put in a bit more effort this year. 

The full post is a bit long, so rather than reformat it here, I'll stick in a link.

Sorry for the lazy approach: work to do and species to find!

I would be interested to hear about anybody elses self-assessments and what your targets are for the year ahead. I'm sure there are lots of ways we can help each other! 


Where to begin?

Hello! It about time I posted something here. I started listing just over a year ago, after a mate of mine, Pete Mella got me into it.

So far, Ive made some progress, and have added around 120 new species over the course of 2016, but its been slower than I would have liked. I havnt been out as much as I should have, and some habitat types have been under-represented this year.

Part of the problem might have been not setting myself any particular goals. So ive decided that this year, my pan species listing goal will be to get to 1200 total species, (currently...

Skye's the Limit

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Essentially it's all about my Pan-species Listing roughly 600 miles north of my usual haunts.

Have a look and see what I've seen so far this week!

This is where I found 'aquatic' centipedes a few days back.......

Pan listing species parameters - at home and abroad

Having received a number of comments concerning my recent up-load of species scores onto the Pan Listers Facebook site, I thought I might write a blog concerning my lists, the reasons I make them and some of the conditions I apply. Although of interest to, I believe, a very few, I am as concerned about world listing as I am about more local UK or British Isles listing. Personally I do not keep a garden, or county list in any group, but that is my choice as are all the conditions under which I keep my record totals. I do keep a year list, as I believe this keeps me on my toes in species...


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