Marino Linić

Joined: May 17, 2022 Last Active: May 30, 2024 iNaturalist

Account reinstated.

Born Oct 1999 in Croatia and have a degree in computer science. Currently primarily live in Copenhagen, Denmark. The easiest way to see most of what I do is to have a look at the links below.

Personal website | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube | GitHub | Unsplash | Substack | Goodreads | Music

I get involved with local wildlife, so I am primarily interested in local species. On November 11th, I became a Croatian translator and proofreader for all three iNaturalist projects. I translated over 10,000 words and 2,500 strings. Feel free to join! (13% | 23% | 23%)

Helpful checklists for adding Croatian common names:
Gastropoda (only land snails) | Orthoptera (grasshoppers, crickets, etc) | Butterflies (Papilionoidea) | Fungi | Birds | Fish | Adriatic sea fauna | Adriatic corals | Crveni popis Hrvatske

Relevant iNaturalist checklists:
Europe: 1, 2 | Croatia: 1, 2

iNat checklists I compiled:
Reptiles of Croatia | Amphibians of Croatia | Opiliones of Croatia

Primary taxonomic interests: Araneae, Brachyura, Mantodea, and Reptilia of Europe.

Stats on my findings:

See my observation heatmap, identification heatmap and taxonomic tree of observations.

I did this thing where I added tags for rare observations. My "rare" iNat observations in countries (less than ~10 observations at time of upload in the country the picture was taken in), first time a species was catalogued by me on iNat in Croatia1, oldest observation date in Croatia for the given species, and my first observations of species on iNat globally. These are favorite observations of|venom|introduced|gifs|hands|flying|threat_display|guides|predation|sounds

By year: 2012o | 2013o | 2014o | 2015o | 2016o | 2017o | 2018o | 2019o | 2020o | 2021o | 2022joined | o | 2023o | 2024o

Projects I created:

Croatian Marine and Freshwater Biodiversity
Palastura Live Specimen Tracking

Snakes of Europe | Mammals of Europe | Mantodea of Europe | Decapods of Europe | European Fish

Fauna | Mammals | Reptiles | Amphibians | Snakes | Birds | Spiders | Scorpions | Decapods | Mosquitoes | Harvestmen | Fungi | Ants

Croatian spiders:
Thomisidae (crab spiders) | Salticidae (jumping spiders) | Lycosidae (wolf spiders)

Bioraznolikost hrvatskih gradova:
Rijeka | Zagreb | Split | Osijek | Zadar | Pula | Dubrovnik | Karlovac | Varaždin | Gospić

Useful guides:

European hedgehogs:

European spiders:

European scorpions:

Croatian mantises:

Determining the sex of shield bugs


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  • You can use GIFs for image input on findings (and obviously audio as well); this essentially allows video. I would caution against uploading the GIF before uploading the observation, since it is prone to error. Instead, make sure your GIF is under 20 MB in size, and just add it once your observation is already uploaded. Then, give it some time to show up (~15 min)
  • You can use HTML tags, meaning -- links, pictures, superscripts, etc in bios and comments
  • You can see your comments here and all flags here (but change user). Search all comments by specific keyword =
  • read up on the search guide
  • Some info on location and batch editing (multiple observations at once)
  • What to look for when photographing various animals to help with ID? Here's another guide
  • On Identify pages, change 30 results per page to 200 - paste "&per_page=200" at the end of the URL. Though actually, I wouldn't recommend this since the page loads slower. Here's an example.
  • You can tell how many people joined before you and what place your membership is at chronologically by looking at your profile URL. For example, you can reach my profile by clicking on or Because the URL ends in 5691431, I am the 5,691,431st member. The first person who joined, the creator of the site, is at
  • Refresh the page if the map isn't showing observations.
  • iNaturalist has an API:
  • This guy has some additional URLs.
  • If you want to see images of species by annotated categories like sex or life stage, remember that you can do that in gallery. Just press the "+" icon after the 5th image on the taxon page and customize the filter at the top of the page that opens up.

See Wiki for search URLs here.

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