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The Blattodea Species File (BSF) is a taxonomic database of the scientific names of the world's cockroaches (order Blattodea or Blattaria), excluding fossil species and the termites. Note that until recently the termites were treated as a separate order, Isoptera, but recent work confirms that they are a lineage of cockroaches. The BSF has full synonymic information for about 4,560 valid cockroach species and it currently contains a total of approximately 6,420 scientific names (all ranks, valid and not valid). In the future we aim to include (amongst other things) images of specimens in museums (especially types), plus pictures of living cockroaches in the wild and in captivity. ... [Information of the supplier]
The Mantodea Species File (MSF) is a taxonomic database of the world's praying mantids (Order Mantodea), both of fossil and living species. It uses Species File Software (SFS), a collection of programs that provides access to and manipulation of taxonomic information stored in multiple databases. SFS also defines a standardized user interface to facilitate interactions with the database. The MSF has full synonymic and taxonomic information for over 2,400 valid species. A future aim of this database is to provide images of the specimens deposited in museums worldwide (especially types), as well as pictures of living praying mantids in the wild and in captivity. ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
The aim of this website is to provide scientists working on the management of locust and grasshopper pests access to relevant scientific literature. Especially those working in developing countries often have only limited possibilities for literature searches and for obtaining publications. We hope this collection will promote and facilitate research on this important group of insect pests. We tried to assemble a representative collection of titles of publications starting around 1950. The full texts of more than 250 articles (approximately 4.500 printed pages) are included here. This is by no means a comprehensive collection on locust and grasshopper literature, not even for a specific subject matter or time period. ... [Information of the supplier]
The Orthoptera Species File is a taxonomic database of the world's Orthoptera (grasshoppers, locusts, katydids and crickets), both living and fossil. It has full synonymic and taxonomic information for more than 25,910 valid species, 43,040 scientific names, 178,300 citations to 12,400 references, 74,900 images, 480 sound recordings, 85,700 specimen records, and keys to 2,870 taxa. ... [Information of the supplier]
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