[Taxacom] iSpecies

Stephen Thorpe stephen_thorpe at yahoo.co.nz
Mon Jan 25 18:29:33 CST 2016

It is fun!

I tried it for Homo sapiens, got 20 references, a very patchy map, and not much else!

Then I tried it for a tiny Australian moth (introduced in NZ), Stegommata sulfuratella. The only thing I get are points on a map, all of which are my own observations of the species from around Auckland! Good to see that my records are getting through, but perhaps a bit more information is called for!


On Tue, 26/1/16, Roderic Page <Roderic.Page at glasgow.ac.uk> wrote:

 Subject: [Taxacom] iSpecies
 To: "Taxa com" <Taxacom at mailman.nhm.ku.edu>
 Received: Tuesday, 26 January, 2016, 12:40 PM
 Some members of the list may recall a
 little tool I built a decade ago called "iSpecies" which was
 a quick and dirty ate empty to build a web page for any
 species automatically. Eventually I took it offline but now
 it's back! You can try it at <http://ispecies.org> <http://ispecies.org> <http://ispecies.org> <http://ispecies.org> <http://ispecies.org> <http://ispecies.org> <http://ispecies.org> <http://ispecies.org> <http://ispecies.org> <http://ispecies.org> <http://ispecies.org> <http://ispecies.org> <http://ispecies.org> http://iSpecies<http://ispecies.org>.org<http://ispecies.org> and for a live example try http://ispecies.org/?q=Trogon
 This is not much more than a toy, but the new version shows
 a map (GBIF), some pictures (EOL), references (CrossRef),
 and a phylogeny (Open Tree of Life). Comments and
 suggestions welcome as always.
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