This one is a biblio-data base upon Myriapoda
[Mainly Diplopoda & Chilopoda but also Symphyla & Pauropoda]
and Onychophora... and additional general topics such as :
BIOGEOGRAPHY, BIOSPELEOLOGY, ECOLOGY [populations, communities, ecosystems), FOREST ECOLOGY, MOUNTAIN BIOLOGY, SOIL BIOLOGY, SYSTEMATICS & PHYLOGENY
It takes also into account as peculiar topics (reported in the Bulletin du CIM) : Biodiversity, Cytology (Histology), Development, Environment, Ethology, Evolution, Physiology (Ecophysiology & Ecotoxicology), Reproduction, Ultrastructure, Venoms, Zoology.
Number of references : 8900 (March 2002)
From 1749 to 2002
Directory of specific key-words : 500
Directory of periodical journals : 1200
Myriapodology & Onychophorology : any topics
This data-base includes the papers available in the specialized CIM-librairy
Runs on BiblioMacPC software on a Macintosh computer
Informations : Jean-Jacques GEOFFROY <firstname.lastname@example.org>
It is a CIM Biblio-data base
4th Dimension programme on Macintosh computer [4D 5 to 6]
Number of references = 4500 (January 2000)
From 1888 to 2000
Myriapodology and Onychophorology: any topics
All references cited in the "Bulletin du CIM" from n° 19, 1986 to n° 33, 2000
Key-Words & Key-Words+
For any informations, please contact B. Meidell:
World bibliography on cave fauna and flora
World Wide Web URL: [Http://members.aol.com/blebre0760/index.htm]
World bibliography on cave Chilopoda:
World Wide Web URL: [Http://members.aol.com/blebre0760/chilopoda.htm]
World bibliography on cave Diplopoda:
World Wide Web URL: [Http://members.aol.com/blebre0760/diplopoda.htm]
World bibliography on cave Pauropoda:
World Wide Web URL: [Http://members.aol.com/blebre0760/pauropoda.htm]
World bibliography on cave Symphyla:
World Wide Web URL: [Http://members.aol.com/blebre0760/symphyla.htm]
Base bibliographique consacrée à la faune souterraine mondiale
A worldwide cave-dwelling fauna bibliography
Maintained by Bernard Lebreton
The State Museum of Natural History at Karlsruhe
has build up a large dadabase on literature of soil zoology. It
contains over 25.000 records. The animal groups of special interest
are Oligochaetae, Oribatida, Araneae and Myriapoda. The
datasets are stored in both, ReferenceManganer and ACCESS2000.
A DBASE-Version is available as well.
The literature database, as well as informations on taxa (Oribatida, Myriapoda) and the connections of both will be made available via the internet in the next future, preferably using the SYSTAX-platform.
This is a part of a cooperative national research project called EDIS [http://www.insects-online.de]
There exists as well a database on myriapod taxonomy (Chilopoda, Diplopoda, Pauropoda, Symphyla) made by Joerg Spelda on ACCESS2000, containing over 10 ;000 datasets. For the GBIF-Initiative it is planned to extend both systems to a compete global taxonomic Myriapod information system.
An execel Data Base of more than 1100 synonym
names in Chilopoda is available through direct mail to Pavel Stoev.
A list of the Myriapoda in the collection of the National Museum of natural History, Sofia will be available on http://www.cl.bas.bg/nmnh
ETI's World Taxonomist Database is an online
taxonomists directory service that allow you to find colleagues'
addresses, taxonomic specializations, e-mail addresses and web
Have a look on http://www.eti.uva.nl/database/WTD.html
Registration is a straightforward and fast process, so ETI invites you to join the taxonomists that have already entered their data. Please take extra care of the description of your specialization, as this is what people are looking for !
The more taxonomists are listed in the WTD, the more useful the database will be.
Regards from Ruud Altenburg <email@example.com> and ETI - Expert Center for Taxonomic Identification http://www.eti.uva.nl/
see http://entomology.si.edu then go to Databases !