Discover the supplementary scientific databases on animals and plants.


Titan database on Cerambycidae or Longhorned Beetles
The Titan database contains over 99% of valid Cerambycidae species and sub-species described to date. An up-to-date list of taxa is linked to their main citations as well as the information about flight periods, their food plants, their parasites, phoretics, predators and mimics.  This database is regularly updated by Gérard Tavakilian and Hervé Chevillotte.
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CLEMAM, Taxonomic database on European Marine Molluscs
CLEMAM is a taxonomically oriented database for Marine Molluscs in Europe and the adjacent regions, aiming for full coverage of species in the East Atlantic from 26°N to the North Pole, the Mid-Atlantic Ridge and the Mediterranean and Baltic Seas.
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North-West African Grasshoppers
The online knowledge base "West African Caelifera" is for anyone interested in this insect group or the region in question. Mainly professionals working in species and natural habitat conservation, people in charge of locust control who are concerned about preserving non-target wildlife, and entomology and ecology students who do not necessarily have easy access to collections in national Muséums.
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Database of campaigns and their station 
The BasExp database brings together information about the French National Muséum of Natural History’s expeditions. It aims to provide a single entry point for all of the Muséum’s campaigns and expeditions. By standardising collected information in an institutional database as close as possible to the front line, it facilitates the entry of specimens into the collection, and thereby improves monitoring and traceability. 
Although some of the data is reserved for researchers with an account, the general public can access most of the information about the Muséum’s campaigns.
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FLORA, National Botanical Conservatory of the Paris Basin
The Botanical Conservatory was created by the Muséum and offers the Flora database listing the plant biodiversity of the Paris basin. Any botanist who belongs to the network can request restricted access to the database.
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Georeferenced locations of New Caledonia (New Caledonia Gazetteer)
Georeferenced index of botanical prospecting locations in New Caledonia and HS MacKee’s collection notebooks
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MYCOTA, the fungal contaminants of cultural heritage
The MYCOTA database is primarily intended for conservation and restoration professionals. The information it contains comes from experiments and bibliographic research conducted at the Centre for Research on the Conservation of Collections (Centre de Recherche sur la Conservation des Collections - CRCC).
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