Upload the record

Use this form to upload records into the SpiderMAP Virtual Museum. This is intended for quick upload of incidental records. If you want your records to be linked to your ADU user profile to you need to login to the Virtual Museum and upload them there.

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Observer Details (The person who saw and photographed the organism)
Additional observers (Other people that were there)
When did you see it?

Select the day, month and year of the observation. Only the year is required so if you can't remember the day or the month, leave them blank.

Where did you see it?

Use the map below to pin the location of the observation, or enter the coordinates manually above e.g. 32 43 42.2S 24 26 48.6E. Zoom in to place the red pin accurately if you use the map. The locality details below will be filled in automatically, please check they are correct and edit if you like.

This will be chosen automatically if you use the map, otherwise pick a value if you enter coordinates manually.

The country where the observation was made - check this is correct

Please add the name of the nearest town - we use this to verify the coordinates supplied

The place name e.g. a farm, a game reserve, or something similar. This should be specific

Please select 1-3 photos for this record*

Disclaimer: Images submitted to the Virtual Museum remain the copyright of the photographer.

There seems to be a problem with these coordinates. We accept a wide range of formats, so the error is likely to be typo, or the coordinates might not be balanced (have all the same parts in the latitude and longitude). If you've used minutes or seconds, check that they are less than 60 (a common typo). For more help take a look at this link about how coordinates work.
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