Key to Spider Subfamilies of Australia
By Robert Raven and Jenny Beard (Queensland Museum). Developed with support from the Australian Biological Resources Study (ABRS), two keys have been developed for the two major subfamilies of Australian spiders, the Araneomorphae and Mygalomorphae. In some cases, these keys will identify down to a species but more usually it will only be to subfamily or genus.
A Key for Families of Dicotyledons
Clare Sheridan and Matthew Brookhouse - Australian National University (ANU)
This matrix identification key for plants within the class Dicotyledoneae, was developed using data stored in one of the punched card systems held in the ANU Xylarium and used for the identification of plant families based on botanical traits. This digital version of the punched card system not only preserves the original card data from 1964 but also simplifies and accelerates plant identification for field-based teaching and research.
A Series of diagnostic keys for diagnosing common pest problems in 8 vegetable crops in Wyoming
(Published by the University of Wyoming) https://keys.lucidcentral.org/keys/v4/uwyo/
Each key provides a simple diagnostic tool for pests found in 8 specific crops, together with detailed information on the specific pests and potential control measures.
Fruit and Seed Family ID
Is a program for identifying (to family level) fruits and seeds that are intercepted by quarantine. Developed by the Identification Technology Program of the USDA, this first release - Fruit and Seed key to Monocot families (Key | Fruit and Seed Family ID (idtools.org) - focuses on monocotyledon families, with all other seed plant families to follow.
Key fruit fly larvae of economic importance
Lucid mobile app - By Stellenbosch University Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lucidcentral.mobile.lucid.fruit_fly_larvae
This key adds to two other fruit fly keys recently released: ‘African fruit flies of economic importance’ and ‘Key fruit flies of importance to the European Union’.
Rice Doctor (Assam edition)
“GUWAHATI: “Rice Doctor”, is a Lucid Mobile app designed for diagnosing rice disorders that occur in Assam rice fields in India. A local language version (Assamese) provides help to farmers in diagnosing pest, disease, and other disorders in their paddy field and provide information on possible remedial measures. This version of Rice Doctor has been developed by the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) in collaboration with Assam Agricultural University (AAU) under the aegis of the Assam Agribusiness and Rural Transformation Project (APART).”
101 Forest Fungi of Eastern Australia
This early lucid key from 1999, original released on CDROM is currently being updated into Lucid v4 and will be release on-line soon – Supported by Australian Biological Resources Study (ABRS).