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This topic brings together practical information on all national inventories and monitoring by partners of the INPN. More details on the various projects for national inventories of species will soon be searchable under the "Programmes" heading.


INPN SPECIES

Explore the natural world with the INPN Espèces application

For more information:

INPN program sheet

Program website



BioLit: Coastal Observers

Search for the three squirrel species present in France and share your observations on the survey's website.

For more information:

Program website

Find your local relay point

INPN program sheet



The Garden Biodiversity Observatory (OBJ)

This butterfly, snail and bumblebee observatory aims to establish an expansive surveillance network in order to monitor the evolution of the biodiversity of gardens.

For more information:

Program website

INPN program sheet



Les Herbonautes: A Digital and Collaborative Herbanium

This project, headed by the Collections Department, offers you the chance to contribute to the extensive floristic database made possible by the millions of photographs from the Paris Herbarium.

For more information:

Herbonauts site



Street Savages: Wild Urban Plants Observatory

This MNHN and Opie program encourages observers to photograph insect pollinators and to share their snapshots online.

For more information:

Program website

Program on Vigie-Nature



Report Sightings of Terrestrial Platyhelminthes (Flatworms)

Certain flatworm species (Platyhelminthes) are considered to be invasive when introduced into areas beyond their natural distribution.

For more information:

News on flatworms (Platyhelminthes)



Halyomorpha halys (Stål 1855) © INPN - Jean-Claude Streito
Report the presence of brown marmorated stink bug

This bug, pest of crops, threatening to invade Europe and is already considered invasive in France.

For more information:

INPN news

Page of the program at the INRA website

Publication de Garrouste et al. 2014



"Stag Beetle" Survey

This national survey invites you to observe stag beetles, an iconic coleoptera yet fairly unknown to our forests, parks and gardens.

For more information:

Monitoring page

Downloadable brochure

INPN survey sheet



"Rosalia Longicorn" Survey

Spot and snap a photograph of the Rosalia longicorn, an unknown yet distinguishable blue and black coleoptera inhabiting mountainous regions!

For more information:

Monitoring page

Downloadable brochure



Report Sightings of Invasive Hornets in France

The Asian Hornet (Vespa velutina), is considered an invasive pest species in France.

For more information:

Reporting

INPN sheet on Vespa Velutina Vespa velutina



The Photographic Survey of Flower Visitors (SPIPOLL)

This MNHN and Opie program encourages observers to photograph insect pollinators and to share their snapshots online.

For more information:

Program website

Program on Vigie-Nature

INPN program sheet



Temporal Monitoring of Dragonflies (STELI)

This MNHN and Opie program encourages observers to photograph insect pollinators and to share their snapshots online.

For more information:

Program on Vigie-Nature

Program website



Garden Birds

This Vigie-Nature observatory encourages everyone to bird watch, and learn to count and recognize the birds flying over your balcony or garden.

For more information:

Program website

Program on Vigie-Nature



National Participatory Survey on French Squirrels

Search for the three squirrel species present in France and share your observations on the survey's website.

For more information:

Species of squirrels in France

Survey website

INPN survey sheet