Example Rare Plant Monitoring Form: San Diego Zoo Native Plant Seed Bank

This form is designed for repeat monitoring visits to a rare plant population and assumes that geographic information about the population (latitude, longitude, landownership, municipality) has been recorded at another time. The data collection workflow of this San Diego Zoo Native Plant Seed Bank includes separate forms for describing an occurrence, monitoring a population, and collecting material (such as seed or voucher). 

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A full list of fields necessary for a rare plant seed or voucher collection is exemplified in Rancho Santa Ana's Field Collection Form

Monitoring Form 2018: San Diego Zoo Native Plant Seed Bank

Suggested Citation

Center for Plant Conservation. Example Rare Plant Monitoring Form: San Diego Zoo Native Plant Seed Bank in CPC Best Plant Conservation Practices to Support Species Survival in the Wild. Web Version. https://plantnucleus.com/best-practices/example-rare-plant-monitoring-form-san-diego-zoo-native-plant-seed-bank Accessed: 02/17/2020 - 7:06am