Gabon Biodiversity Collections d'Histoire Naturelle et Projets d'Observation


BOLD-Animalia

Barcode of Life Data System

BOLD is a cloud-based data storage and analysis platform developed at the Centre for Biodiversity Genomics in Canada. It consists of four main modules, a data portal, an educational portal, a registry of BINs (putative species), and a data collection and analysis workbench.

Contacts: Information Desk, info@boldsystems.org
Contacts: Help Desk, support@boldsystems.org
Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour: 12 December 2021
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC0 1.0 (Public-domain)


BOLD-Plantae

Barcode of Life Data System

BOLD is a cloud-based data storage and analysis platform developed at the Centre for Biodiversity Genomics in Canada. It consists of four main modules, a data portal, an educational portal, a registry of BINs (putative species), and a data collection and analysis workbench.

Contacts: Information Desk, info@boldsystems.org
Contacts: Help Desk, support@boldsystems.org
Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour:
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC0 1.0 (Public-domain)


CUMV-Fish Collection

Cornell University Museum of Vertebrates

The CUMV Fish Collection was established shortly after the founding of the university in 1865. Many of our earliest specimens were collected by well-known researchers such as David Starr Jordan, Carl Eigenmann, Charles Frederick Hartt and Seth Meek. By 1935, the collection contained only 3,000 lots, but during the following 35 years, Edward Raney and his students built the finest collection of eastern North American freshwater fishes in existence today. In Collette and Lachner's (1976) report on fish collections in the United States and Canada, the CUMV Fish Collection ranked thirteenth among all collections and fourth among National Resource Centers in North America. Although there is worldwide representation of both marine and freshwater species, the bulk of the collection is strongly representative of freshwater fishes from eastern North America and has formed the basis for numerous systematic works on the North American fish fauna. Much of the material is in large geographic series, and many sites have been sampled repeatedly through extended periods of time. Some specimens are from the original New York State Biological Survey (1926–1939). Many of our collections are from the highly industrialized Northeast and Middle Atlantic states and thus document earlier faunas in habitats now greatly altered, and we have repeated samples through time from many of these localities. The primary activities for the last several years has been collection building efforts directed toward African freshwater fishes.

Collection Manager: Casey Dillman, cbd63@cornell.edu
Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour: 22 June 2022
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC0 1.0 (Public-domain)

GBIF-SYMB-Workshop

This is for practicing data ingestion and editing tools during the November workshop. 

Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Données en direct gérées directement dans portail de données
Identifiant Unique Global: 805dca46-8500-4bcb-985c-5924e14214e7
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC BY (Attribution)


IRAF-Amphibia

Institut de Recherches Agronomiques et Forestières

Curator of Amphibians and Reptiles: ABRAHAM BAMBA-KAYA, ismaelbamba842@gmail.com, 077188049
Curator of Amphibians and Reptiles: ABRAHAM BAMBA-KAYA, ismaelbamba842@gmail.com, 077188049
Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour:
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC0 1.0 (Public-domain)


PEM-R

Port Elizabeth Museum Reptilia

This collection represents Port Elizabeth Museum's Gabon collection of Reptiles. These collections were made between 2000 and 2003, primarily in Ogooué-Maritime Province. 

Port Elizabeth Museum (Bayworld)
P.O. Box 13147, Humewood, Port Elizabeth, South Africa, 6013
Tel: +27 (41) 5840 650; +27 (84) 556 3332

Curator of Herpetology: Werner Conradie
Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Données en direct gérées directement dans portail de données
Identifiant Unique Global: 4649fc93-9306-4990-8c86-c18a607691e5
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC0 1.0 (Public-domain)


MNHN-ZM

The mammals collection (ZM) - Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle (MNHN - Paris)

The collection of mammals of the Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle (MNHN) started during the XVIIIth century. The collection grows regularly with specimens collected during scientific expeditions and animals from zoological parks (Zoo de Vincennes, Ménagerie du Jardin des Plantes, Parc de la Haute-Touche) or care centers. The collection is constituted by skeletons (mounted or not), skins (mounted or not), casts, specimens or organs in fluid (alcohol or formalin), and tissues. The database ZAC (acronym for “Zoology, Comparative anatomy”) exists since 2010. It is the result of the merger of MAMMALIA (former collection of “Zoologie, Mammifères et Oiseaux”) and ANATOMIC (former collection of “Anatomie comparée”). For many groups, computerization is at a preliminary stage, and most entries have not yet been checked for errors or verified against the collections. More detailed information can be obtained by writing to the curators and collection managers. The database will help you prepare loan requests or visits to the collection. For any request contact: http://colhelper.mnhn.fr/

Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour: 31 August 2022
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File


GBC-Amphibia

Gabon Biodiversity Collection - Amphibia

English:

Gabon Biodiversity Collection is the largest zoological reference collection known in Central Africa. It consist of 123,000 specimen including Mammals, birds, fish, reptiles and amphibians, plants and mainly arthropods. The collection of amphibian actually has over 500 specimen. Amphibian are under studied and our hope is to foster more research in the region by making visible what is already available as information.

 

Français:

La Collection de la Biodiversité du Gabon est la plus grande collection de référence zoologique connue en Afrique Centrale. Elle est composée de 123 000 spécimens comprenant des mammifères, des oiseaux, des poissons, des reptiles et des amphibiens, des plantes et surtout des arthropodes. La collection d'amphibiens compte actuellement plus de 500 spécimens. Les amphibiens sont peu étudiés et notre espoir est d'encourager la recherche dans la région en rendant visible les informations déjà disponibles.

Assistant Curator: Elie Tobi, elietobi@gmail.com
Research Technician: Gauthier Moussavou, gauthiermsv@gmail.com
Director: Anna Feistner, feistnera@si.edu
Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Données en direct gérées directement dans portail de données
Identifiant Unique Global: 5615fe06-e237-44cc-ba1f-04cd18e5687f
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File


GBC

Gabon Biodiversity Collection - Amphibia Tissue Samples

Contacts: Elie Tobi, elietobi@gmail.com
Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Données en direct gérées directement dans portail de données
Identifiant Unique Global: 4dd1ae20-9ceb-40bf-8c57-b950ae4e797c
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File


GBC-Aves

Gabon Biodiversity Collection - Aves

Gabon Biodiversity Collection is the largest zoological reference collection known in Central Africa. It consist of 123000 specimen including Mammals, birds, fish, reptiles and amphibians, plants and mainly arthropods. The collection of amphibian actually has over 500 specimen. Amphibian are under studied and our hope is to foster more research in the region by making available what is already available as information.
Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Données en direct gérées directement dans portail de données
Identifiant Unique Global: 27b0000c-e199-4b5a-8cd7-1332d8eb1dbd
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC0 1.0 (Public-domain)


GBC-Mammalia

Gabon Biodiversity Collection - Mammalia

Gabon Biodiversity Collection is the largest zoological reference collection known in Central Africa. It consists of 123000 specimens including Mammals, birds, fish, reptiles and amphibians, plants and mainly arthropods.
Assistant Curator: Elie TOBI, elietobi@gmail.com, +24177521215
Research Technician: Gauthier MOUSSAVOU, gauthiermsv@gmail.com, +24177355764 (ORCID #: 0000-0003-1595-6550)
Director: Anna Feistner, FeistnerA@si.edu, +24177319733
Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Données en direct gérées directement dans portail de données
Identifiant Unique Global: 8e38a4b8-de42-4099-aa93-b67b6a668398
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File


GBC-Poisson

Gabon Biodiversity Collection - Poisson (Fish)

Gabon Biodiversity Collection is the largest zoological reference collection known in Central Africa. It consist of 123000 specimen including Mammals, birds, fish, reptiles and amphibians, plants and mainly arthropods. The collection of amphibian actually has over 500 specimen. Amphibian are under studied and our hope is to foster more research in the region by making available what is already available as information.
Assistant Curator: Elie TOBI, elietobi@gmail.com, +24177521215
Research Technician: Gauthier MOUSSAVOU, gauthiermsv@gmail.com, +24177355764 (ORCID #: 0000-0003-1595-6550)
Director: Anna Feistner, FeistnerA@si.edu, +24177319733
Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Données en direct gérées directement dans portail de données
Identifiant Unique Global: cabb87d9-01a6-4c50-94de-90e3746b0a85
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC0 1.0 (Public-domain)


GBC-Reptilia

Gabon Biodiversity Collection - Reptilia

Assistant Curator: Elie TOBI, elietobi@gmail.com, +24177521215
Research Technician: Gauthier MOUSSAVOU, gauthiermsv@gmail.com, +24177355764 (ORCID #: 0000-0003-1595-6550)
Directrice: Anna Feistner, FeistnerA@si.edu, +24177319733
Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Données en direct gérées directement dans portail de données
Identifiant Unique Global: 1683659f-7d4b-4542-bcba-e00eaf73a1d0
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC0 1.0 (Public-domain)


LBV-Botany

Herbier National du Gabon

Contacts: Nestor Obiang, Curator, engoneobiangnestor@gmail.com
Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour: 28 November 2021
Source IPT / DwC-A:
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File


IRAF-Poisson

Institut de Recherches Agronomiques et Forestières

Contacts: Dr. Jean-Daniel Mbega, jdmbega@yahoo.fr
Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Données en direct gérées directement dans portail de données
Identifiant Unique Global: 542c1021-8a55-4cd2-8086-b45f959327b6
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC0 1.0 (Public-domain)


CAS-AntWeb

AntWeb

AntWeb is the world's largest online database of images, specimen records, and natural history information on ants. It is community driven and open to contribution from anyone with specimen records, natural history comments, or images.
Contacts: Brian L. Fisher, antweb@calacademy.org
Page d'accueil: https://www.antweb.org/
Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour: 17 August 2021
Source IPT / DwC-A:
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC0 1.0 (Public-domain)


CAS-HERP

California Academy of Science Herpetology

With more than 315,000 cataloged specimens from 175 countries, the California Academy of Science Herpetology collection of amphibians and reptiles is one of the largest in the world.
Collection Manager: Lauren Scheinberg, LScheinberg@calacademy.org
Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour: 17 August 2021
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC0 1.0 (Public-domain)


FM-Plants

Field Museum of Natural History

Additional electronic access to F database is available at: http://emuweb.fieldmuseum.org/botany/Query.php. Specialty: Phanerogams worldwide with emphasis on tropical and North America, especially rich in collections from Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, and Peru; pteridophytes worldwide with emphasis on Guatemala, Costa Rica, Ecuador, and Peru; bryophytes worldwide; mosses of North America, Central America, Andean South America, and Australasia; hepatics of north temperate, South America, and south temperate; all groups of fungi, especially basidiomycetes with emphasis on New World and lichenized fungi of north temperate and Central America; algae worldwide, especially Cyanobacteria; economic botany.
Contacts: Christine Niezgoda, cniezgoda@fieldmuseum.org
Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour: 25 April 2019
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Titulaire des Droits: http://fieldmuseum.org/about/copyright-information


HUH

Harvard University Herbaria

This dataset contains all digitized vascular plant specimen records stewarded by the Harvard University Herbaria. The Harvard University Herbaria, with over 5 million specimens, is the world’s largest University Herbaria. Included in the Herbaria are what were once six separate herbarium collections: * Herbarium of the Arnold Arboretum (A) * Economic Herbarium of Oakes Ames (ECON) * Oakes Ames Orchid Herbarium (AMES) * Farlow Herbarium (FH) * Gray Herbarium (GH) * New England Botanical Club Herbarium (NEBC). DarwinCore data follows the AppleCore guidance https://code.google.com/p/applecore/.

Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour: 3 November 2021
Source IPT / DwC-A:
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC BY (Attribution)


BR-Plantae

Meise Botanic Garden Herbarium

Meise Botanic Garden (MeiseBG) has a history that goes back to 1796. Today, it is an internationally recognized botanic garden in a park of 92 hectares, and a centre of excellence for plant biodiversity research. MeiseBG houses the 15th largest herbarium in the world, holding 4 million preserved specimens, a comprehensive botanical library, a seed bank and a living plant collection with 25,000 accessions of plants from around the world. Research focuses on plant, algal and fungal taxonomy, evolution, biodiversity conservation, ecosystems and ethnobotany. The preserved collections (including the herbarium, wood, carpological, slide and molecular collections) have a global scope, with a focus on Central Africa, Belgium, and Southwestern Europe, with additionally important historic collections from Latin America. Highlights are the private collections of famous 19th botanists such as Henri Van Heurck (diatoms), Carl Von Martius (Flora brasiliensis), Heinrich Gustav von Reichenbach (orchids) and Crépin (wild roses), which form the historic core of the collections. A wide range of taxonomic groups are covered including: vascular plants, lichens, mosses, liverworts, fungi, myxomycetes, macroalgae, and diatoms. Meise Botanic Garden is dedicated to digitally unlock these precious and unique botanical collections.

Contacts: General Contact, curator@plantentuinmeise.be
Head of the Herbarium: Ann Bogaerts, ann.bogaerts@botanicgardenmeise.be
Researcher on Coffea: Piet Stoffelen, piet.stoffelen@botanicgardenmeise.be
Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour: 21 October 2021
Source IPT / DwC-A:
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC BY (Attribution)


MOBOT

Missouri Botanical Garden - TROPICOS

Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour: 25 April 2019
Source IPT / DwC-A:
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File


MCZ-Birds

Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University - Birds

The Museum of Comparative Zoology was founded in 1859 on the concept that collections are an integral and fundamental component of zoological research and teaching. This more than 150-year-old commitment remains a strong and proud tradition for the MCZ. The present-day MCZ contains over 21-million specimens in ten research collections which comprise one of the world's richest and most varied resources for studying the diversity of life. The museum serves as the primary repository for zoological specimens collected by past and present Harvard faculty-curators, staff and associates conducting research around the world. As a premier university museum and research institution, the specimens and their related data are available to researchers of the scientific and museum community.

Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour: 3 November 2021
Source IPT / DwC-A:
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC BY (Attribution)
Titulaire des Droits: Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University
Droits d'Accès: Copyright © 2016 President and Fellows of Harvard College, Some Rights Reserved


MCZ-Ich

Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University - Fish

The Museum of Comparative Zoology was founded in 1859 on the concept that collections are an integral and fundamental component of zoological research and teaching. This more than 150-year-old commitment remains a strong and proud tradition for the MCZ. The present-day MCZ contains over 21-million specimens in ten research collections which comprise one of the world's richest and most varied resources for studying the diversity of life. The museum serves as the primary repository for zoological specimens collected by past and present Harvard faculty-curators, staff and associates conducting research around the world. As a premier university museum and research institution, the specimens and their related data are available to researchers of the scientific and museum community.

Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour: 3 November 2021
Source IPT / DwC-A:
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC BY (Attribution)
Titulaire des Droits: Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University
Droits d'Accès: Copyright © 2016 President and Fellows of Harvard College, Some Rights Reserved


MCZ-Herp

Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University - Herpetology

The Museum of Comparative Zoology was founded in 1859 on the concept that collections are an integral and fundamental component of zoological research and teaching. This more than 150-year-old commitment remains a strong and proud tradition for the MCZ. The present-day MCZ contains over 21-million specimens in ten research collections which comprise one of the world's richest and most varied resources for studying the diversity of life. The museum serves as the primary repository for zoological specimens collected by past and present Harvard faculty-curators, staff and associates conducting research around the world. As a premier university museum and research institution, the specimens and their related data are available to researchers of the scientific and museum community.

Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour: 3 November 2021
Source IPT / DwC-A:
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC BY (Attribution)
Titulaire des Droits: Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University
Droits d'Accès: Copyright © 2016 President and Fellows of Harvard College, Some Rights Reserved


MCZ-Mammals

Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University - Mammals

The Museum of Comparative Zoology was founded in 1859 on the concept that collections are an integral and fundamental component of zoological research and teaching. This more than 150-year-old commitment remains a strong and proud tradition for the MCZ. The present-day MCZ contains over 21-million specimens in ten research collections which comprise one of the world's richest and most varied resources for studying the diversity of life. The museum serves as the primary repository for zoological specimens collected by past and present Harvard faculty-curators, staff and associates conducting research around the world. As a premier university museum and research institution, the specimens and their related data are available to researchers of the scientific and museum community.

Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour: 3 November 2021
Source IPT / DwC-A:
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC BY (Attribution)
Titulaire des Droits: Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University
Droits d'Accès: Copyright © 2016 President and Fellows of Harvard College, Some Rights Reserved


NMNH-Animalia

National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution - Animalia

Public records of accessioned specimens and observations curated by the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution. These data are from the Departments of Botany, Entomology, Invertebrate Zoology and Vertebrate Zoology (Amphibians & Reptiles, Birds, Fishes, and Mammals).

See: http://grbio.org/cool/i75d-97nn

Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour: 21 October 2021
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC0 1.0 (Public-domain)


NMNH-Plantae

National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution - Plantae

Public records of accessioned specimens and observations curated by the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution. These data are from the Departments of Botany, Entomology, Invertebrate Zoology and Vertebrate Zoology (Amphibians & Reptiles, Birds, Fishes, and Mammals).

See: http://grbio.org/cool/i75d-97nn

Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour: 21 October 2021
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC0 1.0 (Public-domain)


NL-Botany

Naturalis Biodiversity Center

his database contains specimen records from the former herbarium of the Leiden University within the botanical collection of the Naturalis Biodiversity Center (Leiden, Netherlands). The Department of Botany houses the National Herbarium of the Netherlands (NHN) which consists of herbarium collections of the universities of Leiden, Wageningen and Utrecht. In 2010 the collection of the University of Amsterdam also moved to Naturalis.The focal areas of the collection are Southeast Asia, tropical America, tropical Africa and the Netherlands. The former herbarium of the Leiden University (acronym: L) contains about 4 million specimens and has extensive collections from Southeast Asia, especially from Indonesia and New Guinea, but it also holds a large collection of palearctic plants, and is the principle herbarium for Dutch plants. As the oldest Dutch herbarium, it also contains several historic collections.
Contacts: Christel Schollaardt, collectie@naturalis.nl
Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour: 25 April 2019
Source IPT / DwC-A:
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File


NY-Herbarium

New York Botanical Garden

With more than 7.8 million preserved specimens, the William and Lynda Steere Herbarium is the largest herbarium in the Western Hemisphere.
Contacts: Thiers, Barbara, bthiers@nybg.org
Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour: 24 April 2019
Source IPT / DwC-A:
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File


OMNH

Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History

The Sam Noble Museum is a research division of the University of Oklahoma. Housing more than 10 million objects and specimens in 12 collections, curators conduct fieldwork and independent research at sites across the United States as well as around the world. Curators have a professorial position in a corresponding OU academic department and teach university classes in addition to their research and curatorial duties. Graduate and undergraduate students from the University of Oklahoma also participate in research activities in laboratory and field studies associated with museum collections and research programs.
Herpetology Collection Manager: Jessa L. Watters, jwatters@ou.edu
Genotic Curator: Janet K. Braun, jkbraun@ou.edu
Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour: 17 August 2021
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC0 1.0 (Public-domain)


FLMNH

UF FLMNH Ichthyology

The UF Fish Collection, dating to 1917, contains 214,205 lots and 2,300,803 specimens. Included are representatives of 8,250 species from 400 families. The collection includes 93 primary types and approximately 1,600 lots of secondary types representing 563 species. Also in the collection are 5,825 specimens of disarticulated and articulated skeletons representing 875 species. Especially notable are historic collections of large and important marine fishes as well as rapidly growing collections of freshwater fishes from Southeast Asia. In 2006, the museum expanded its program to archive frozen tissue samples with a newly established UF Genetic Resources Collection. Tissues of fishes are stored in -20ºC freezers and number 4,150 samples of 900 species. All specimens and tissues are databased online and available for loan.
Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour: 17 August 2021
Source IPT / DwC-A:
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC0 1.0 (Public-domain)


FLMNH

University of Florida Herpetology

Data for preserved specimens of amphibians and reptiles in the Florida Museum of Natural History.
Curator of Amphibians and Reptiles: David Blackburn, david.c.blackburn@gmail.com (ORCID #: 0000-0002-1810-9886)
Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour: 17 August 2021
Source IPT / DwC-A:
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC0 1.0 (Public-domain)

GFMJ Orphaned Images -temporary display

Type de Collecte: Preserved Specimens
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour:
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC0 1.0 (Public-domain)


iNaturalist-Animalia

iNaturalist Animalia Observations - Gabon and adjacent countries

Contacts: iNaturalist Help, help@inaturalist.org
Type de Collecte: Observations
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour: 11 August 2021
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC0 1.0 (Public-domain)


iNaturalist-Fungi

iNaturalist Fungi Observations - Gabon and adjacent countries

Contacts: iNaturalist Help, help@inaturalist.org
Type de Collecte: Observations
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour: 15 January 2020
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC0 1.0 (Public-domain)


iNaturalist-Plantae

iNaturalist Plant Observations - Gabon and adjacent countries

Contacts: iNaturalist Help, help@inaturalist.org
Type de Collecte: Observations
Gestion: Instantané des données de base de données de collecte locale
Dernière Mise à Jour: 11 August 2021
Métadonnées Numériques: EML File
Droits d'Utilisation: CC0 1.0 (Public-domain)