Link to Dylan's presentation here.
Corinne Merry, the manager of the FOSNA database of flowers photographed on the Cape Peninsula over many years, is delighted to inform FOSNA members that the long-awaited Android app of the database is now available for downloading. The Apple version has been available for some time from the AppStore. Those of you who bought the CD/DVD versions of the database in the last nine years will be familiar with it. It now shows photos of more than 1500 species. There are over 4500 photos as well as descriptions from the literature of all 2250+ peninsula species. The app resides on the cell phone therefore no internet or phone reception is required. A basic knowledge of plant Families and Genera will help you to quickly find a plant for comparison with the one you are seeing in the field; or scroll through photos. Buy the app from PlayStore – an easy process : When you have opened PlayStore on your phone, search for FloraDoc and follow instructions. The app sells for R269.99 (VA