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An interactive key to the troglobitic invertebrates of Brazil  --  VISIT
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Updated: Thu 12/07/2017 @ 09:44



Introduction

This key is an interactive tool to help identify the troglobitic invertebrates species that occurs in Brazil. The key comprises 78 species, forming a matrix of 231 morphological characters and more than 200 images to support identification.

Version

November 2017

URL: http://keys.lucidcentral.org/keys/v3/troglobitic_invertebrates/

Author(s): Daniele Regina Parizotto, Amanda Ciprandi Pires, Kleber Makoto Mise, Rodrigo Lopes Ferreira & Gisele Cristina Sessegolo

Key to the Stink Bugs of Australia  --  VISIT
 Views: 243

Updated: Fri 11/24/2017 @ 11:40



This key enables the user to identify to generic level the adult Stink Bugs (Family Pentatomidae) found in Australia. The Stink Bugs are a cosmopolitan family of economic importance, often responsible for damage to fruit and vegetable crops.

Published by:  Australian Museum

Cost: Free

URL: http://keys.lucidcentral.org/keys/v3/aus_museum/stink_bugs/

Author(s): Australian Museum

Lace Bugs of Australia  --  VISIT
 Views: 74

Updated: Fri 11/24/2017 @ 11:39



This key enables the user to identify to generic level the adult Tingidae found in Australia. The Tingidae belong to the order Hemiptera (True Bugs) and are represented by sixty-five genera in Australia. The key has been constructed from examination of preserved specimens held at the Australian Museum. The choice of genera and species is based on locality information taken from literature records and specimen data held by the museum. This key was created by Gerry Cassis and Matthew Bulbert, of the Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation Research, Australian Museum, Sydney. The illustrations and key construction are by Matthew Bulbert and the descriptions and taxonomic decisions by Gerry Cassis.

 

Published by: Australian Museum

Cost: Free

URL:
 http://keys.lucidcentral.org/keys/v3/aus_museum/lace_bugs/

Author(s): Fauna Keys

Key to the Frogs of NSW  --  VISIT
 Views: 238

Updated: Fri 11/24/2017 @ 11:38



The Key to the Frogs of New South Wales allows the identification of the frog species encountered in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory.

Published by: Australian Museum

Cost: Free

URL: http://keys.lucidcentral.org/keys/v3/aus_museum/frogs/

Author(s): Australian Museum

Key to the Flower Chafers of NSW  --  VISIT
 Views: 95

Updated: Fri 11/24/2017 @ 11:36



Identifies the 23 described species of Flower Chafers found in New South Wales. Beautiful photographs and comprehensive descriptions enhance the identification of these extraordinary beetles. Includes a glossary and simple body plan diagrams to assist n

Published by: Australian Museum

Cost: Free

URL: http://keys.lucidcentral.org/keys/v3/aus_museum/flower_chafers/

Author(s): Chris Reid & Matthew Bulbert

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