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Key to the Flowering Plant Familes of the Neotropics

Neotropikey is an international project based at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, developing identification resources for the flowering plants of the Neotropical region (tropical South and Central America).

Posted By: Site Admin Last Updated: 13/04/2011 Views: 1719
Key Author(s): Kew Gardens Key Publisher: Kew Gardens Key Version: 1.0
Orders, Suborders & Cohorts of Mites in Soil

The taxonomy of mites is in a state of flux.  About two dozen major taxa of mites living in soil are currently recognised and variously designated as superorders, orders, suborders (cohorts) or infraorders.  This key allows identification of these groups and also can be used by beginners for determining which of the more advanced family keys are appropriate.

Posted By: Site Admin Last Updated: 01/12/2010 Views: 2117
Key Author(s): David Evans Walter & Heather C. Proctor Key Version: 1
Beetles of the World

Beetles (order Coleoptera) are the most diverse and species-rich group of animals in the world. This fully-illustrated key allows users to identify adult beetles to the level of family, subfamily, and often to genus. To ask questions or report an error, please contact ainsley.seago@csiro.au.

Posted By: Site Admin Last Updated: 28/10/2010 Views: 3454
Key Author(s): J. F. Lawrence, A. M. Hastings, A. Seago, and A. Slipinkski Key Publisher: CSIRO Entomology, TRIN, Beetle Tree of Life Key Version: Updated October 2010
Key to Common Suburban Weeds

Part of the Centre for Biological Information Technology (CBIT) celebration of the UQ Centenary

Posted By: Site Admin Last Updated: 24/09/2010 Views: 3184
Key Author(s): CBIT Key Publisher: CBIT Key Version: 1.0
Wattles

Acacias of Australia

Posted By: Site Admin Last Updated: 26/08/2010 Views: 2426
Key Author(s): B. R. Maslin Key Version: 1.0
Key to Pond Organisms

Simple key to common organisms found in ponds

Posted By: Site Admin Last Updated: 23/04/2010 Views: 3094
Key Author(s): Tal Taylor Key Version: 1.0
Australian Soft Scale (Coccidae) Genera

This is the first key to the known genera of Australian soft scales (Sternorryncha: Coccoidea: Coccidae). About 80 described species of soft scales in 26 genera have been recorded from Australia (Ben-Dov et al. 2009). The real diversity of Australian soft scales in poorly known; most Australian specimens can not be identified to genus (Gullan and Hodgson 1998). Froggatt (1921) was the last to review the fauna comprehensively. Hodgson (1994) described and illustrated the type species of each soft scale genus recognized at that time, and provided keys to subfamilies and genera, but the keys are based on only the type species of each genus. Therefore, they fail to capture the morphological diversity in each genus and many specimens cannot be properly identified. Since 1994 a number of new Australian genera have been erected.  This key should permit relatively painless generic identification of properly slide-mounted specimens of described species known to occur in Australia. In many cases, specific identification should also be possible with this tool; several genera are monotypic, and if a dichotomous key to species was previously available for a particular group we have included it in the HTML document for each genus.  PJ Gullan and CJ Hodgson have been working for some time on a revision of the Australian soft scales. One issue in addition to undescribed taxa is that the current classification poorly reflects ancestry. This key should help you to place your query specimen in the context of the present state of classification, flawed though it may be.  All photos by T Kondo.

Posted By: Site Admin Last Updated: 30/10/2009 Views: 3334
Key Author(s): Nate Hardy and Takumasa Kondo Key Version: 1
Life in the Suburbs - Birds Key

The Life in the Suburbs project is an initiative of the Australian National University (ANU) in partnership with the ACT Government, the Australian National Botanical Gardens (ANBG), CSIRO, National Museum of Australia, National Capital Authority, and the Sullivans Creek Catchment Group.  The initiative is supported by the Australian Government’s Natural Heritage Trust.

Posted By: Site Admin Last Updated: 27/10/2009 Views: 2062
Key Author(s): Dr T. Young Key Publisher: ANU Key Version: 1.0
Life in the Suburbs - Mammals Key

The Life in the Suburbs project is an initiative of the Australian National University (ANU) in partnership with the ACT Government, the Australian National Botanical Gardens (ANBG), CSIRO, National Museum of Australia, National Capital Authority, and the Sullivans Creek Catchment Group.  The initiative is supported by the Australian Government’s Natural Heritage Trust.

Posted By: Site Admin Last Updated: 27/10/2009 Views: 2071
Key Author(s): Dr T. Young Key Publisher: ANU Key Version: 1.0
Life in the Suburbs - Reptiles Key

The Life in the Suburbs project is an initiative of the Australian National University (ANU) in partnership with the ACT Government, the Australian National Botanical Gardens (ANBG), CSIRO, National Museum of Australia, National Capital Authority, and the Sullivans Creek Catchment Group.  The initiative is supported by the Australian Government’s Natural Heritage Trust.

Posted By: Site Admin Last Updated: 27/10/2009 Views: 2661
Key Author(s): Dr T. Young Key Publisher: ANU Key Version: 1.0
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