Create digital data about plant specimens collected in Florida over the past 200 years for the benefit of science, society, and our flora while playing games, learning about our biota, and interacting with others around the world. This is the second of two evening events planned for the Tallahassee community during the 4-day Worldwide Engagement for Digitizing Biocollections (WeDigBio) event. Typing will be a valuable skill, so the event is best suited to those 10 and older. Free parking is available in the parking garage immediately south of the King Life Science Building after 4:30 p.m. To learn more about WeDigFLPlants, visit https://biospex.org/project/wedigflplants. To learn more about WeDigBio, visit https://www.wedigbio.org/. And if you and four friends would like to compete for WeDigFLPlants t-shirts with your team name emblazoned across the back, check out the WeDigFLPlants Team Challenge 2018 under Resources on the WeDigFLPlants webpage. Team registration ends on Oct 16.