Race to the finish

Image result for Race iconAnd they’re off!

We have 6 expeditions getting very close to finished, and they have similar numbers of classifications or transcriptions left to do.  Let’s see who wins the race to finishing.  Here are the current expeditions, percent completed and the absolute number of transcriptions remaining:

Herbarium_The Meandering Mallows of Malvaceae.  88% complete.  949 transcriptions to go.

Herbarium_Field & Forest Plants of Virginia I .  89% complete,  1559 transcriptions to go.

Herbarium_Dr. T’s Ferntastic Collection: 1st Expedition.  88% complete.   750 transcriptions to go

Herbarium_Understanding A Critical Symbiosis: Nitrogen Fixing in Plants V – East Coast Edition. 94% complete.  235 transcriptions to go.

Pinned Specimen_CalBug Leaf-cutter Bees 10.  94% complete,  1288 transcriptions to go. 

Labs_Predicting Past and Present Phenology I.  90% complete.  908 classifications to go.

It looks like “Understanding A Critical Symbiosis: Nitrogen Fixing in Plants V” has the best shot at finishing soon, but who wins this race?  Who comes in 2nd?  We hope you’ll help your favorite expedition finish, which also helps us push to get more new related expeditions up and running sooner.

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About Rob

Three "B's" of importance: biodiversity, bikes and bunnies. I get to express these "B's" in neat ways --- I bike to a job at the University of Florida where I am an Associate Curator of Biodiversity Informatics. Along with caretaking collections, I also have a small zoo at home, filled with two disapproving bunnies.

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