NDFF Wall Plants Monitoring Program
CitationSparrius L, Oomen D (2020). NDFF Wall Plants Monitoring Program. Version 1.99. Dutch National Database of Flora and Fauna (NDFF). Occurrence dataset https://doi.org/10.15468/6oetc9 accessed via GBIF.org on 2020-09-19.
The aim of the Wall Plants Monitoring Program is to facilitate the structured counting of wall plants. First, a selection is made of line transacts with a maximum length of 300 metres. Then, growth locations of wall plants within those transacts are mapped as points on a map or indicated by house numbers. The number of specimens is counted at each point.
The protocol contains a list of the species that need to be measured. Depending on the age of the wall, an indicative visit duration is given. Since there are only a few species of wall plants, it is not necessary to have comprehensive knowledge of Dutch flora. Specific identification problems are not addressed in this protocol.
Positive observations without zeros.
3,063 records (September 2018)
Plantaecommon name: Plants rank: kingdom
position: Data manager
FLORON Plant Conservation Netherlands
position: metadata publisher
Henk de Vries
position: Node manager NLBIF
NLBIF (Netherlands Biodiversity Information Facility)
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