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INTERACTIVE KEY TO GENERA OF EUPHORBIACEAE s.l., SALICACEAE AND ACHARIACEAE

Current version. The current version of the Key was developed as a special joint project between Emma McLarnon (BSc Biology, Leeds University, 2008 – 2012; work placement at Kew 2010 - 2011) and the Malpighiales Team at Kew (Gill Challen, Sue Zmarzty).

Taxonomic Scope: all genera of Achariaceae, Centroplacaceae Euphorbiaceae, (Flacourtiaceae), Gerrardinaceae, Pandaceae, Peraceae, Phyllanthaceae, Picrodendraceae, Putranjivaceae, Salicaceae, (Samydaceae). Gerrardinaceae (Huerteales) is also included because its single genus, Gerrardina, has only recently been excluded from Salicaceae. Flacourtiaceae is not recognised, its genera now belong to Achariaceae and Salicaceae. Samydaceae is not recognised.
Neotropical and subtropical Euphorbiaceae s.l. Parts of the Key treating neotropical (and subtropical) Euphorbiaceae s.l. have been upgraded and link to the Malpighiales Scratchpad, which provides genus descriptions and image galleries. 
Taxonomic standards: Angiosperm Phylogeny Group 3 (APG 3; http://www.mobot.org/MOBOT/Research/APweb/welcome.html); World Checklist of Selected Families (http://apps.kew.org/wcsp/home.do; for Centroplacaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Pandaceae, Peraceae, Phyllanthaceae, Picrodendraceae and Putranjivaceae).
 
Geographic standard: Brummitt, R.K. 2001 onwards. World Geographical Scheme for Recording Plant Distributions edn 2. International Working Group on Taxonomic Databases For Plant Sciences (TDWG). Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh.  (http://www.nhm.ac.uk/hosted_sites/tdwg/TDWG_geo2.pdf)

Software: Lucid3, version 3.5; Lucid Translator.
Posted By: Site Admin Last Updated: 11/11/2011 Views: 3510
Key Author(s): Emma McLarnon and the Malpighiales Team at Kew (Gill Challen, Sue Zmarzty) Key Version: 1.0
Identifly 2: The South African Sarcophaginae

About the key: The flesh flies (Family Sarcophagidae) are comprised of three subfamilies Sarcophaginae, Miltograminae and Paramacronychiinae. This project proposes to focus on members of the subfamily Sarcophaginae found within South Africa. Identifying flesh flies is generally recognized as a difficult challenge because the group is rather uniform in its external morphology. The identification of species within this subfamily is most reliably based on examination of the characters of the male genitalia. The only comprehensive key to the African flesh flies is an out of date, ordinary dichotomous text key by Zumpt (1975), but it is difficult to use because of its terminology, and the constraints imposed by having to start at the beginning of the couplets. No other comprehensive keys are available for Africa. For the mentioned reasons, a clearly illustrated, modern key would be invaluable. This has been provided by creating online resources (a scratchpad: SARCBYTES) and a digital key for 2 genera (comprising 96 species) for the South African region.

Current version: The current version of the key was developed as an honours project by C-L. Clitheroe (BSc(Hons) Zoology, Rhodes University) under the Supervision of Professor Martin H. Villet, Prof. of Entomology, Rhodes University. It is probably the first of many versions. It is heavily reliant on images, (microphotographs) taken by the author and many diagrams; copyrighted, provided with permission, from Lehrer, A.Z and Pape, T.

Taxonomic Scope: All described species of Sarcophaginae (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) of South Africa.

Taxonomic standards: PAPE, T. (1996) Catalogue of the Sarcophagidae of the world (Insecta: Diptera). Memoirs of Entomology, International, 8, 1–558.

Software: Lucid3.3.

Author: Crystal-Leigh Clitheroe

Posted By: Site Admin Last Updated: 08/11/2011 Views: 2888
Key Author(s): Crystal-Leigh Clitheroe Key Version: 1.0
Terrestrial Mollusc Tool

The Terrestrial Mollusc Tool was specifically designed to assist in the identification of adult terrestrial slugs and snails of agricultural importance. The tool also includes species of quarantine significance as well as invasive and contaminant mollusc species commonly intercepted at U.S. ports of entry. This Lucid-based identification tool specifically targets federal, state and other agencies or organizations within the U.S. that are concerned with the detection and identification of molluscs of significance. This tool includes 33 families and 128 species. This resource also includes an interactive identification key, comparison chart, fact sheets, biological and ecological notes, a dissection tutorial, a glossary of commonly used terms, and a list of useful links and references. It should be noted that this dynamic tool is not inclusive of all mollusc pests, as new species of interest arise almost daily.

Posted By: Matthew Trice Last Updated: 14/09/2011 Views: 4342
Key Author(s): Jodi White Key Version: v1.0
Families of Parasitiformes in soil

A key to adult females of 43 families and 3 superfamilies of soil-inhabiting parasitiform mites for the known Australian soil fauna.

Posted By: Site Admin Last Updated: 01/06/2011 Views: 6777
Key Author(s): David E. Walter Key Publisher: The University of Queensland Key Version: v1.0
Soil Microarthropods

This is a key to the major lineages (Classes and Orders) of soil-inhabiting microarthropods. For our purposes this means that arthropods < 1 cm in length as adults are included.

Posted By: Site Admin Last Updated: 01/06/2011 Views: 10702
Key Author(s): David Walter and Heather Proctor Key Publisher: The University of Queensland Key Version: v1.0
An interactive identification tool to identify the genera of Tetranychinae of most interest to quarantine

This key allows identification of the genera of Tetranychinae of most interest to quarantine.

Posted By: Site Admin Last Updated: 13/05/2011 Views: 6829
Key Author(s): Dr David Evans Walter Key Version: 1.0
An interactive identification tool to identify adult females of Stratiolaelaps

This is a key to adult females of described species of Stratiolaelaps compiled by Dr David Evans Walter of Colorado State University and the University of Alberta.

Posted By: Site Admin Last Updated: 13/05/2011 Views: 7793
Key Author(s): Dr David Evans Walter Key Version: 1.0
Interactive identification tool to identify the plant-parasitic mites (Acari) of most interest to quarantine

This key allows separation of the plant-parasitic mite families of most interest to quarantine.

Posted By: Site Admin Last Updated: 13/05/2011 Views: 18049
Key Author(s): Dr David Evans Walter Key Version: 1.0
Key to Species of Phytoseiulus (females)

An interactive identification tool to identify adult females of Phytoseiulus

Posted By: Site Admin Last Updated: 13/05/2011 Views: 2976
Key Author(s): Dr David Evans Walter Key Version: 1.0
Mesostigmata (Monogynaspida) in Quarantine

This is a key to mesostigmatic mites likely to be found in quarantine intercepts compiled by Dr David Evans Walter of Colorado State University and the University of Alberta (dew@ualberta.ca).

About one-quarter of all mite species belong to the Mesostigmata, including many economically important pests (e.g. varroa mite of bees, fowl mites, rat mites) and even more economically useful biocontrol agents (especially in the families Phytoseiidae, Laelapidae and Macrochelidae).  Because of their pervasiveness, mesostigmatans are commonly found in quarantine inspections, but primarily because few are plant parasites, there are few taxonomic specialists to help in their identification.  This key is designed to support the identification of members of the largest suborder of Mesostigmata, the Monogynaspida (See the key Major Mite Taxa to identify Mesostigmata to suborder).  Monogynaspids are the mesostigmatans most likely to be found in a quarantine intercept and the Monogynaspida contains all of the economically important species.

Posted By: Site Admin Last Updated: 13/05/2011 Views: 2943
Key Author(s): Dr David Evans Walter Key Version: 1.0
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