289Re: [beemonitoring] Hymenoptera Catalog for North America north of Mexico now Online
- May 5, 2008Thanks Jack:
Good point I was a little to quick on my "fix" for the Catalog. One could use the list of names of bees on the individual species DL guides as perhaps a better route given that I go with John's list of acceptable names, those then link to the "other" names list for a better cross-reference. There will be qualifications there in terms of individual ideas about what are species and what are not, but it should be a more reasonable approximation of a current list of species than the Catalog.
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Sam: Users of John's List should be aware that the
"Other Names" category is not a synonymic list but
rather a species level list of all names applied to a
particular taxon at the species level. It is agnostic
as to whether the many subspecies listed under various
species are "real" or not, either as subspecies or as
--- Sam Droege <sdroege@...> wrote:
> This just came across another listserv and I thought
> it would be useful
> for many of you...
> Note that this was published in 1979 and names
> should be cross-referenced
> against John Ascher's list on the Discoverlife Site
> to make sure you are
> using the most current information.
> Dear Colleagues,
> I am pleased to announce the internet availability
> of "Krombein, et al.,
> (eds). 1979. Catalog of Hymenoptera in America North
> of Mexico.
> Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Volumes
> 1-4". It can be
> freely accessed at
> The Smithsonian Institution provided this
> contribution through the
> Biodiversity Heritage Library project.
> If you click on the image of the book that is above
> the download
> options, it will bring up a larger image of the
> book. From there,
> follow these instructions:
> Turning Pages
> 1. Click any page or use the arrow buttons to go
> forward or back.
> 2. Jump to a page by clicking page edges.
> 3. Type "home" or "end" keys to jump to the
> beginning or end of a book.
> Searching a book
> Enter query in the search box, Click "go". Search
> results appear on
> pages marked by yellow stickies.
> Best regards,
> Michael Ruggiero
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