As a citizen science project, we highly value those who contribute with their records to the NEMA database. That way, each observation will always be associated with the name of the person who performed the observation.
We also regularly publish on our social networks some of the records we receive, where we give the deserved credit to the author. When placing the records sent to us on the BioDiversity4All platform, the respective credit to the observer is also referred. Photographs associated with the records, to be used in separate publications, the name of the respective author will always be mentioned.
However, if for some reason you do not want your name to be publicly associated, or other information associated with the observation, you only have to indicate it when you contact us and you will remain 'Anonymous'.
For us, this is not a problem, since the information provided about the observation may continue to be integrated into the general database, contributing to scientific knowledge.