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ElasmoMex 1.0: Interactive Taxonomic Keys for Mexican Elasmobranchs Families"  --  VISIT
 Views: 26

Updated: Tue 02/21/2017 @ 11:50



ElasmoMex 1.0: Interactive Taxonomic Keys for Mexican Elasmobranchs Families was developed by the members of the project SIP-IPN 20161015, directed by José De La Cruz-Aguero (Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Centro Interdisciplinario de Ciencias Marinas, Colección Ictiológica, at La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico).

ElasmoMex 1.0, developed using the Lucid Phoenix software, is a multi-plataform application (Windows, Mac, Linux) that operates with Internet browsers compatible with JAVA technology (e.g., FireFox, Internet Explorer) to identify specimens to family-level of elasmobranchs+chimeras that inhabit Mexican waters. The key includes 24 families of sharks, 17 of rays, mantas and sawfishes, and 2 of chimeras.

Version 1.0 for now, only in Spanish.

Visit the home page of the Ichthyological Collection (CI) of CICIMAR-IPN:

http://coleccion.cicimar.ipn.mx/

Direct link to the key: 

http://coleccion.cicimar.ipn.mx/index.php?option=com_wrapper&view=wrapper&Itemid=77

Note: This key requires Firefox, Safari or Internet Explorer and the Java Runtime Environment.

Author(s): Members of the project SIP-IPN 20161015

Key to the World Species Groups of Leucospis (Hymenoptera: Leucospidae)  --  VISIT
 Views: 172

Updated: Tue 02/21/2017 @ 11:47



This key provides an interactive identification tool designed to identify any Leucospis specimen to the species group level. The Lucid key recognizes 20 taxa of Leucospis, 16 species groups and 4 species sola.

Published by: Centre of Biological Information Technology

Cost: Free

Author(s): Sophie Cardinal, D. Christopher Darling

Plyomydas key (Lucid Phoenix Edition)  --  VISIT
 Views: 11

Updated: Fri 02/10/2017 @ 09:28



Dichotomous key to species of the Neotropical Mydidae genus Plyomydas Wilcox & Papavero, 1971 resulting from taxonomic revision published in Castillo & Dikow 2017. Revista Brasileira de Entomologia.

URL: http://keys.lucidcentral.org/keys/phoenix/plyomydas/

Note: This key uses Lucid Phoenix, a dichotomous key player. Lucid Phoenix requires the Java Runtime Environment (JRE), free from www.java.com.

Firefox, Safari or Internet Explorer required. Chrome doesn't not support the required plug-in.


Author(s): Stephanie Castillo and Torsten Dikow

Plyomydas key  --  VISIT
 Views: 9

Updated: Thu 02/09/2017 @ 04:27



Matrix-based key to species of Neotropical Mydidae genus Plyomydas Wilcox & Papavero, 1971 resulting from taxonomic revision published in Castillo & Dikow 2017. Revista Brasileira de Entomologia.

URL: http://keys.lucidcentral.org/keys/v3/plyomydas/
Author(s): Torsten Dikow & Stephanie Castillo

Interactive key to New World Diplotaxini genera and to Brazilian Liogenys Guérin-Méneville species  --  VISIT
 Views: 22

Updated: Wed 02/08/2017 @ 09:19



This key is part of the Taxonomic Revision of Liogenys Guérin-Méneville, 1831. I twas built based on adults, and primary types were studied for all the species included.The New world Diplotaxini genera are: Diplotaxis, Homalochilus, Pachrodema, Pacuvia and Liogenys, according to Cherman et al (2016) phylogeny.

Key URL: http://keys.lucidcentral.org/keys/v3/diplotaxini/
Author(s): MARIANA A. CHERMAN, FERNANDO Z. VAZ-DE-MELLO, MIGUEL A. MORÓN, KLEBER M. MISE & LÚCIA M. ALMEIDA.

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