Another app in our Florida Wildlife series...This app shows the 132 most common species found on Florida seashores. For each species there are two or three high-resolution pictures, a brief description, and a link to view the corresponding Wikipedia pages within the application window. All descriptive information is in English, the animal names are also shown in scientific (Latin) denomination and in German.The app features a modern, intuitive interface with easy navigation and search facilities for finding an animal by its name or searching in the full text for features and characteristics.If you're interested in Florida's wildlife, don't miss this app which is equally suitable for iPhone and iPad.These species are shown and described in this app:Seashore Plants: Aloe Yucca Cabbage Palm Coconut Palm Eelgrass Florida Royal Palm Glasswort Red Mangrove Saw Palmetto Sea Grape Sea Oats Southern Waxmyrtle Turtle GrassSeastars, Anemones and similar: Atlantic Purple Sea Urchin Common Sea Star Cushion Star Keyhole Urchin Labyrinthine Brain Coral Long-spined Sea Urchin Moon Jellyfish Portuguese Man-of-War Sail Jellyfish Sea Nettle Staghorn CoralBeach Drift: Sand Dollar Skeleton Sea Urchin Skeleton Skate Egg CaseMollusks: Atlantic Slipper Snail Calico Scallop Common Baby's Ear Common Eastern Dog Whelk Common Jingle Shell Common Purple Sea Snail Eastern Oyster Florida Coquina Florida Horse Conch Florida Lace Murex Giant Atlantic Cockle Hooked Mussel Lettered Olive Lightning Whelk Queen Helmet Scotch Bonnet Shark Eye Sunray Venus Clam Thick-lipped Oyster Drill WentletrapCrustaceans: Acorn Barnacle Beach Flea Blue Crab Fiddler Crab Ghost Crab Great Land Crab Hermit Crab Horseshoe Crab Portly Spider CrabNearshore Fishes: Bluefish Bluehead Clearnose Skate Florida Pompano Gulf Flounder Gulf Pipefish Queen Triggerfish Red Drum Sergeant Major Sheepshead Snook Striped Anchovy Striped Bass WeakfishBirds: American Avocet American Coot American Oystercatcher American Wigeon Anhinga Belted Kingfisher Black Skimmer Black-bellied Plover Black-crowned Night-Heron Black-necked Stilt Blue-winged Teal Brown Pelican Bufflehead Canada Goose Cape Sable Seaside Sparrow Cattle Egret Common Moorhen Double-crested Cormorant Dunlin Great Blue Heron Great Egret Greater Yellowlegs Green Heron Green-winged Teal Herring Gull Killdeer Laughing Gull Lesser Yellowlegs Limpkin Little Blue Heron Long-billed Curlew Magnificent Frigatebird Marbled Godwit Muscovy Duck Northern Shoveler Osprey Pied-billed Grebe Red Knot Red-breasted Merganser Red-winged Blackbird Reddish Egret Ring-billed Gull Ring-necked Duck Roseate Spoonbill Royal Tern Ruddy Duck Ruddy Turnstone Sanderling Semipalmated Plover Snowy Egret Spotted Sandpiper Tricolored Heron Western Sandpiper White Ibis Willet Wilson's Snipe Wood Stork Yellow-crowned Night-HeronReptiles: American Alligator American Crocodile LoggerheadMarine Mammals: Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin Manatee
What's new in version 1.1
- iOS8 compatibility- support for all iPhone screen sizes
ReleaseNovember 3, 2014
Date AddedNovember 3, 2014
Additional RequirementsCompatible with iPod Touch (3rd generation or later, iPhone 3Gs, iPhone 4, iPad. iTunes account required.