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Miscellaneous marine and seashore invertebrates
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GBIF Evertebrata III stellt ein Teilprojekt (oder sog. "Knoten") der Initiative Global Biodiversity Information Facility (= GBIF) Deutschland dar und erfasst als Teilknoten vor allem die Gruppe der marinen Evertebraten. GBIF hat sich zum Ziel gesetzt, alle Informationen zur biologischen Vielfalt, die in Deutschland verfügbar sind, unter einem Dach zu bündeln und über ihre Einstiegsseiten zu erschließen. Die Webseite verweist vor allem auf die Teilprojekte verschiedener Forschungsinstitute wie z.B. ... [Editorial staff vifabio]
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http://www.gbif.de/evertebrata3
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]
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http://arczoo.lifedesks.org/
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