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May
2019
01.05.2019
The faunistic database just increased to 114,350 records, the number of contributors to 1,941. Thanks to all who contributed their faunistic records in this update cycle.
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Apr
2019
06.04.2019
I've just implemented a further improvement proposal of my co-admin Hannes: If a species from an inquiry is recorded in a new time horizon for the map sheet, it is signaled in all inquiry view and search modules with the symbol . Time horizons are the 10-year intervals we use in our distribution maps. This feature will become especially exciting next year, when the new time horizon 2020–2029 starts. It becomes effective from inquiry ID #122050 upwards, but not retroactive for earlier inquiries.
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01.04.2019
The faunistic database just increased to 112,801 records, the number of contributors to 1,894. Thanks to all who contributed their faunistic records in this update cycle.
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Mar
2019
01.03.2019
The faunistic database just increased to 111,425 records, the number of contributors to 1,879. Thanks to all who contributed their faunistic records in this update cycle.
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Feb
2019
28.02.2019
During the last few days I made a few basic statistics on requests, activity, likes and answer duration as tiles under the rightmost tab (100-day trend) in our module view answered requests. If you move the mouse pointer on the line diagrams, the trendline and individual daily data are shown. Small but nice! An SVG-based gimmick for our statistics-oriented users.
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01.02.2019
The faunistic database just increased to 109,917 records, the number of contributors to 1,865. Thanks to all who contributed their faunistic records in this update cycle.
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Jan
2019
12.01.2019
Although beginning of spring is still to come, we nevertheless announce our new mapping project for 2019, where we hope for the active support of all our users at kerbtier.de: The white-spotted rose beetle Oxythyrea funesta is unmistakable in Germany due to its striking black and white color. In warm areas (Upper Rhine, Rhine-Main area, Rhineland-Palatinate), the species was limited during the 20th century and only rarely encountered. During the last 20 years, probably due to climate change, a significant spread of the species has been recorded in all areas of Germany. In 2019 we want to pay special attention to this species in order to further document its exciting and enormously rapid spread and to close large gaps in the distribution map with your help. We ask you to document your observations of this species and report them to us in our inquiry module. We've also created a new project page for you to keep track of progress. The project is taken care of by our co-admin Hannes (thanks!).
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01.01.2019
I wish all visitors of kerbtier.de a happy and prosperous New Year 2019 and lots of fun with the beetle hobby!

New Year 2019

As you can see, kerbtier.de got a new logo for the entire website and our social media channels. It was developed by Reetzdesign in Cologne.

Furthermore, the faunistic database just increased to 109,274 records, the number of contributors to 1,855. Thanks to all who contributed their faunistic records in this update cycle.
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