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2014-09-07 — 2014-09-11, Cambridge
The website "7th Congress of the European Malacological Societies" is under construction. Please check back again soon. [Information of the supplier, modified]
Conferences and Congresses (archive)Resource type
http://euromalacol.malacsoc.org.uk/
The American Malacological Society is a dynamic international society of individuals and organizations with an active interest in the study and conservation of mollusks. Professional malacologists, students, and people devoted to observing, photographing, and learning about mollusks belong to AMS (formerly the American Malacological Union). The history of the organization dates back to its founding in 1931. Continuing interests of the AMS are: (a) Encouragement of students in malacology is a priority. ... [Information of the supplier]
Academic societies, professional associations, working groupsResource type
http://www.malacological.org/
CLEMAM is a taxonomically oriented database of the marine Mollusca of Europe and adjacent areas, aiming to a comprehensive coverage of the species in the eastern Atlantic from 26°N to the North Pole, the Mid Atlantic Ridge and the Mediterranean and Baltic Seas. The database lists the species currently accepted as valid, thence for each one its basionym and all synonyms and questionable synonyms known to the CLEMAM editor. Subsequent references to the species are not exhaustive; these include "chresonyms" ... [Information of the supplier]
Factual databasesResource type
http://www.somali.asso.fr/clemam/
This side offers an interactive key which is meant to aid the identification of the non-insect aquatic macroinvertebrates found in the rivers and streams of North Dakota. It is primarily meant to be used by students, citizen groups, and professionals and be useful to implementing a biomonitoring program. This key is not a traditional dichotomous key. It includes many different groups such as snails, daphnia, crayfish, leeches, and oligochaetes. For some of the groups it goes all the way down to species ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
Identification keys; Discipline based websitesResource type
http://www.ndfreshwaterinverts.vcsu.edu/
The Bavarian State Collection of Zoology hat inherited to build up the node "Evertebrata II" within GBIF Germany. Tasks and organisation struktur are shown under the marked hyperlinks. Beside the colleagues of the Bavarian State Collection of Zoology, collaborators from the museums of Berlin, Hamburg, Frankfurt and Cismar are participating. Another important partner is the SysTax-project, which provides the portal to show the data on the internet. [Information of the supplier]
Other institutions / organisations; Research projects; Discipline based websitesResource type
http://www.gbif.de/evertebrata2
With more than 4,000 molluscan species it is the largest exhibition of shells in Germany. The collection represents a clear survey of this second largest phylum of animals in its almost endless variety. Shells of every shape and colour, from the size of a grain of sand to one meter in diameter can be seen. Many of the shells in the collection are genuine rarities, some are unique in Europe. [Information of the supplier]
Museums and Collections; Discipline based websitesResource type
http://www.hausdernatur.de/
This site is dedicated to zooplankton of the Arctic ocean and adjacent seas. This is a diverse group of animals, which includes over 300 species and 9 phyla: cnidarians, ctenophores, crustaceans, molluscs, chaetognaths, rotifers, annelids, nemertines and chordates (i.e. tunicates). This project is done with the support of the Encyclopedia of Life Rubenstein fellows program and in partnership with the Arctic Ocean Diversity project. [Information of the supplier]
Literature databases; Factual databasesResource type
http://arczoo.lifedesks.org/
MollBase will be searchable and will give you extensive info on German Mollusca (land- and freshwater snails, slugs, mussels). [Information of the supplier]
Factual databases; Discipline based websitesResource type
http://www.mollbase.de/
Here you can find information about malacology (research on mollusks), mollusks (mollusca) and conchology (study of the molluscan shells). Members of the mollusca are snails and slugs (gastropods, Gastropoda), clams and mussels (Bivalvia), squids and octopuses (Cephalopoda), chitons (Polyplacophora), tusk shells (Scaphopoda), and the less popular groups of Monoplacophora, Solenogastres and Caudofoveata. [Information of the supplier]
Discipline based portals and link collectionsResource type
http://www.mollusca.de/
The list of the molluscs of central Europe is still being compiled. It began in a workshop. The aim of the workshop was the compilation of a list in which the nomenclatural changes in standard works (Zilch 1962, Kerney/Cameron/Jungbluth 1983) were to be justified. Unfortunately the explanations of some authors were somewhat fragmentary. Changes suggested by the CLECOM list, the annotated species list of French domestic molluscs and Fauna Europaea are successively integrated into the present list; ... [Information of the supplier, translated]
Factual databasesResource type
http://www.mollbase.org/list/
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