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WildFlowerId: Wild Flower Identification


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Wild Flower Id Netherlands

Wild Flower Id is a field guide to identifying wild flowers of the Netherlands. The app is available for the iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch and Android devices.

The app now has Automatic Recognition to identify your Wild Flower photos.


Wild Flower Id a short film by Isoperla on Vimeo.


Wild Flower Id is great fun to use. Identification can be enjoyed by the whole family and will bring you closer to the natural world around you. For the enthusiast there is anatomical, ecological and taxonomic information too.


Automatic Recognition

Automatic Recognition is available when you take a photo of a Wild Flower using the app. The app gives you a list of possible species along with a percentage likelyhood for each. To see a quick demo: Demo on YouTube


Quality Content

Created by professional published ecologists, it uses a propriety image library created with the specific aim of aiding wild flower identification with images of the flower, leaf, stem, fruit and plant.

Traditional key based identification is also available. For this the app asks a short series of questions about the flower. Based on the answers, it calculates and displays a list of the most likely flowers it will be. The user is given an estimated percentage likelihood that the flower is correct. Clicking on a flower in the list displays details about it.

Wild Flower Id can be used to keep a log of your flower sightings making it easy to build a record of all the flowers you've seen.

Wild Flower Id is an evolving product, and you get free upgrades.



Wilde Bloemen Id en iTunes