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We're making a map of Britain's trees and their ecosystem benefits. You can help by adding trees in your area, and getting involved with a range of citizen science tree projects.
The iSpot team have introduced an exciting new feature which allows you to connect iSpot with your Facebook account and post your observations to your facebook timeline at the same time as posting to iSpot, allowing for further comment and discussion with all your Facebook connections as well as on iSpot.
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All organisms are part of a web of ecological connections with other species. Many of these links are created by feeding relationships: every plant is eaten, every animal must eat. Most flowers depend on insects for pollination. Fruit are dispersed by birds, seeds by ants and mites hitch a ride on beetles in a relationship called phoresy.
As our contribution to the British Ecological Society's Festival of Ecology, you can now explore and record ecological relationships using iSpot. Find out how here
Following testing of the first version of the iSpot Android app, we're pleased to launch a new version with lots of exciting features. Thanks for all the feedback you sent us from the test version.