[Taxacom] favourite online key?

Dr. Sami Hussein Rabei samirabei at mans.edu.eg
Thu Sep 18 18:49:23 CDT 2008


I think from my point of view the intkey is the best for you and there are 
many examples at the web site.


http://delta-intkey.com


all the best

sami

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Sincerely Yours
Sami Hussein Rabei, PhD

Botany Department
Faculty of Science at Damietta
New Damietta
Damietta
Egypt.



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Julia Sigwart" <julia.sigwart at ucd.ie>
To: <taxacom at mailman.nhm.ku.edu>
Sent: Thursday, September 18, 2008 8:13 PM
Subject: [Taxacom] favourite online key?


> Dear all
>
> I am looking for suggestions for favourite online or other computer-based 
> identification keys.
> This is for a new project with the Royal BC Museum (Canada) to create 
> online keys which are primarily aimed at the general public (or that part 
> of the general public which is interested in species-level identification 
> of their local fauna). The first two projects are grasses and chitons 
> (polyplacophoran molluscs) -- the idea is to use a platform which can 
> accommodate both of these and others in future.
> Just to be clear, I am *not* interested in being pointed to software 
> (Lucid, Xper2, etc etc etc) but instead to specific, working and available 
> examples that you have used and would recommend as a model for 
> presentation and interactivity.
> If you have used a key -- for any group of fauna or flora -- that you 
> would recommend as a model for this project, can you please let me know?
>
> Thanks to all in advance!
>
> Cheers,
>
> Julia
>
> --
> Julia Sigwart, PhD
> Collections-based Biology in Dublin
> University College Dublin &
> National Museum of Ireland
> http://www.ucd.ie/cobid/sigwart.htm
>
>


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