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At the top of the page in Find choose your location (Braga, Portugal). Select “Locations” in the box next to it (default value is Observations) and press the
“Search” buttom. Your location is displayed.
In the second line (Below Find:) choose “Edit location”. Now you are able to move the four coordinates for the corresponding rectangle.
On the right you can see how the location changes, according to the changes in the coordinates.
observations are within Braga (district), for example these last ones, 40 km far from my house(I have some more to upload from that place). Maybe the map location isn’t correct enough, but I just didn’t know how to enlarge it on the map (I’m going to try again). I don’t want to specify more than that.
wrong with your location?
Sorry, but I didn’t resist to ask. The point is that it is difficult to imagine species like: Degelia plumbea, Leptogium coralloideum, Lobaria amplissima, Pannaria rubiginosa, Sticta fuliginosa, living side by side with a kart track and an airfield. It may happen that these are recent equipments for the place or that the real location is wider than marked.
Created: 2013-05-20 07:54:32 CST (+0800)
Last modified: 2013-05-21 02:28:55 CST (+0800)
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