https://nff.antkeeping.wiki/Currently Flying -> Either Auto Detect or Manually Put in location, will list all which records exist for in Nevada.
Hijacking this thread.
I am assuming this is something you are currently working on spaz and i have a couple of comments. The first being that United States and United States of America are available in the country drop down, one of which only has a handful of states available for selection. My second comment is that it would be nice if, when you click on a species name, it took you to page containing the flight report information, such as location, any pics if available, etc. This would specifically help for areas like NV, which varies greatly ecologically from North to South. Being in Northern NV, I was shocked to see some people have reported flights this late into the year, but I had to remind myself that Southern NV does not experience the same winters we do in the North. Just a couple little things.
6x Crematogaster spp. Three with eggs, three without
1x Pogonomyrmex occidentalis
28x Camponotus essigi
1x Formica argentea
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