Our latest update to Lakes SOS is now available! We've added new plants, icons and a fresh new look. Today we're working on Horseshoe SOS and hope to have an update available for you in April.
We're working on an update to Lakes SOS. There are new plants included this update as well as improved species profiles, color changes and other subtle but important improvements. We also hope to incorporate new features introduced in Apple's new OS update. Look for the update next week!
We've just added two new invasive plants to Lakes SOS, updated a couple of icons and made some color changes. Once we're finished testing, we'll be submitting an update, then on to the Horseshoe SOS and Rash Plants updates.
The NEAEB conference in Hartford was a lot of fun. New people, new cool ideas, and great presentations. Thanks to Greg Bugbee of the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station for a great presentation on aquatic invasive species and for giving us images to use in the Lakes SOS app.
We're headed to the New England Association of Environmental Biologists (NEAEB) conference in Hartford next week, so we're packing and getting ready for a great week with tons of informative talks.
We are putting the final touches on Lakes SOS and testing the app before submitting tonight! Be on the lookout for new reporting features, plants, fish and crustaceans. We've added a whole new section for reptiles and will add more species in future updates.