How to use Species Access

The top of the Browse Records page contains a number of search fields (filters), which can be used to narrow down the number of records displayed in the Records table. Search by any or all of the fields listed below. Include '%' at the beginning and/or end of the search term as a wildcard for partial matching.
Scientific Name: Search by scientific name of a species. Example: “arabis%”, “arabis drummondii”.
Collector: Search by the name of the collector who collected or observed a species. Example: “Groh%”.
Taxonomic Grouping: Search species records that are associated with selected taxonomic grouping. Example: “Birds (Aves)”.
Specimen / Observation: Search records that are either stored physical specimens, or observations of species in the field.
Country: Search by the country in which the collection / observation was made. Example: “Canada”.
Province/State: Search by the province / state in which the collection / observation was made. Example: “AB%”.
County: Search by the county in which the collection / observation was made. Example: “Carleton%”.
Locality: Search by the locality in which the collection / observation was made. Example: “%Gatineau Park%”.
Dataset: Search records that are associated with a selected dataset. To select more than one dataset, hold Control (Windows, Linux) or Command (Mac) key and click additional datasets.