Check your spam or junk mail folder, some servers send them there. you can access the portal using this link https://european-mammals.brc.ac.uk/


Remember that before uploading a record you must have registered on the website using the same username and password you have in the app. Also check that you don’t have training mode activated. You can access the website from this link : https://european-mammals.brc.ac.uk

When installing the app it is important that you authorize access the camera, GPS and memory, so that it can use this information to upload the mammals records

Using the same username and password that you use in the app, you can access the portal using this link https://european-mammals.brc.ac.uk/

No, if you don’t know what species is and you take a picture you can send this information with the app, if it is possible to identify the species the verifiers will help

If you are able to identify the observed species you can send the record, if you can give us more details much better, if in doubt you can indicate it in the comments

No, iMammalia doesn’t support video, you can make a screen capture where you can show the species. But if you consider that the viewing of the video is essential for the validation of the species then indicate this in the comments and the verifier can contact you in order to view that video and make the validation.

No, the app has some species cards that can help you identify the species, and you can select the species you have seen through photographs that are available in the app. No names are required

Yes, dead animal records may be of special interest to identify black spots (e.g., roadkill) or for epidemiological reasons. It is advisable to send this information with as much detail as possible. Legally hunted animals can also be reported.

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The images belong to the authors who made them, you can see more details in the privacy policy of the app. https://european-mammals.brc.ac.uk/en/privacy-notice

Following the premise that citizen science should be accessible to all citizens, the data shared by iMammalia users is periodically sent to GBIF, so that it remains accessible to all users or researchers who want to consult it.

Yes, there are several languages available in the app, and you can configure it to your liking.

Check if your country or region appears in the app settings. If your country appears you can restrict the tabs to the most common species in your region. It may help you to identify some species.

In the app there are some cards that allow you to register dubious or unknown species.

Some species do not appear because they are difficult to identify. If they don’t appear in the app, you can indicate the group they belong to and indicate in comments the name of the species. You can do this for  voles , bats, mice, seals and other species that appear with a silhouette image in the app.

Yes, from the web you can review and edit the records to incorporate new images or edit the data, changing or specifying the species, the location…

Yes, in the record tab clicking on the observations you have uploaded, it redirects you to the imammalia website. You may be asked for a password and a captcha to access.

To edit or improve the information you have to do it from the website in the register you have to activate the icon of the wrench icon to be able to make edits

Yes, but first you have to send a record from the app with any species and then edit the record from the web changing all the data you consider necessary or uploading images.

Yes, from the species editing module you can indicate that a species is considered sensitive

Yes, you can edit your name on the app’s website and use an alias.