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The Mammal Species of the World (MSW) is a database of mammalian taxonomy. It is hoped that this database on the World Wide Web can be used as a convenient on-line reference for identifying or verifying recognized scientific names and for taxonomic research. The names are organized in a hierarchy that ... [Information of the supplier]
Nomenclator Zoologicus is a continuous record of the bibliographical origins of the names of every genus and subgenus in zoology published since the 10th ed. of Linnaeus' Systema Naturae in 1758 up to 1994 in nine volumes. Names are listed alphabetically, with a bibliographic reference to the original ... [Information of the supplier]
SysTax is an integrated concept-based database system for storing biodiversity data. The SysTax database system comprises: A) concept-based botanical and zoological systematics - SysTax stores an unlimited number of "concepts" of a taxon regarding its systematic position and its synonyms; B) literature; ... [Information of the supplier]
GBIF Evertebrata I (Insecta) ist ein Teil der Global Biodiversity Information Facility (= GBIF) Deutschland, einem Projekt dessen Aufgabe es ist, die in Deutschland vorhandenen Informationen zur biologischen Vielfalt zu erfassen, zu digitalisieren und durch Vernetzung mit weiteren Datenbanken virtuell zu ... [Redaktion vifabio]
The following table contains names of mammalia in three languages - German, Latin and English. I hope this will be useful for students both in Germany and all over the world where English is spoken. [Information of the supplier]
This is the ZooBank prototype, providing access to 1.5 million scientific names of animals. This prototype is based on Thomson Zoological's "Index of Organism Names", which is the electronic archive of Zoological Record, going back to 1978 (vol. 115). A project to digitise the remaining volumes of ... [Information of the supplier]
The 4th edition of the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature, like the preceding editions and before them the Règles internationales de la Nomenclature zoologique, has one fundamental aim, which is to provide the maximum universality and continuity in the scientific names of animals compatible ... [Information of the supplier]
I've released "BioNames", a database of animal (and other ICZN) names linked, wherever possible, to either a digital identifier for the publication that described it, or (even better) the full text (from BioStor and other digital archives). I've wrapped this an interface built with Ryan Schrenk (whose ... [Information of the supplier]
taxonbytes is the website and blog maintained by members of the Franz Lab of Systematics, Evolution, and Biodiversity Informatics at the School of Life Sciences at Arizona State University. Our research and outreach program has three main components: (1) systematic and biodiversity studies of invertebrat... [Information of the supplier]
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