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Assessments on website edited up to and including Bulbostylis pseudoperennis, Cyperaceae.
To be continued...
All link/tip info from blog entries up to this date (09/12/08) entered into 'Useful Links' pages or as individual 'Helpful Tip' pages.
Great website, which has not only the specimen data, but all specimen collection localities listed with coordinates, so great for georeferencing!
Link to specimen data: http://www.cayenne.ird.fr/aublet2/Referentiel.html
Link to locality data: http://www.cayenne.ird.fr/aublet2/Localites_mdp.html
There are a number of new datasets making use of Google Earth/maps on the new King's College Goedata Portal:
Visualising land cover changes in this way could be extremely useful for rapid conservation assessments. In particular check out RALUCIAPA, Conservation-Eye and Terrascope.
Be warned - they were running very slow last time I checked.
This website searches both the 2006 IUCN database and the 1997 database. Therefore no need to check in the 1997 red list book. Might still want to check the most recent IUCN database as it comes online (i.e. currently is 2007).
allows you to search 28 institutions at once! however, i would use this and the other institutions home pages as they dont seem to match up. This multisearch site showed me 2 specimens at edinburgh which when I searched edinburghs own site didnt show up.
Ive just found this really useful website for translation:
its the best tool ive found for translation. you type in a word and it gives you the translation in several languages.