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Beyond dead trees: integrating the scientific process in the Biodiversity Data Journal
Biodiversity Data Journal is not a conventional journal, nor is it a conventional “data journal”. Expand
Eupolybothrus cavernicolus Komerički & Stoev sp. n. (Chilopoda: Lithobiomorpha: Lithobiidae): the first eukaryotic species description combining transcriptomic, DNA barcoding and micro-CT imaging data
Abstract We demonstrate how a classical taxonomic description of a new species can be enhanced by applying new generation molecular methods, and novel computing and imaging technologies. AExpand
Integrating and visualizing primary data from prospective and legacy taxonomic literature
Abstract Specimen data in taxonomic literature are among the highest quality primary biodiversity data. Expand
Streamlining taxonomic publication: a working example with Scratchpads and ZooKeys
We describe a method to publish nomenclatural acts described in taxonomic websites (Scratchpads) that are formally registered through publication in a printed journal (ZooKeys). Expand
Strategies and guidelines for scholarly publishing of biodiversity data
The present paper describes policies and guidelines for scholarly publishing of biodiversity and biodiversity-related data, elaborated and updated during the Framework Program 7 EU BON project, on the basis of an earlier version published on Pensoft's website. Expand
Atlas of Biodiversity Risk
This is the first book of its kind to describe and summarise in a comprehensive, easy to read and richly illustrated form the major pressures, impacts and risks of biodiversity loss at a globalExpand
From taxonomic literature to cybertaxonomic content
John Perry Barlow wrote song lyrics for the epically touring American rock band The Grateful Dead. The band was known for its eclectic mixture of musical styles, epic live improvisational episodes,Expand
XML schemas and mark-up practices of taxonomic literature
We review the three most widely used XML schemas used to mark-up taxonomic texts, TaxonX, TaxPub and taXMLit. Expand
Species Conservation Profiles compliant with the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species
The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN; www.iucn.org) is the world ́s largest environmental network, with 1,300 member organizations and relying on the input of about 16,000Expand
Publishing online identification keys in the form of scholarly papers
We propose a method to incentive authors of online interactive identification keys to publishing these through the already established model of “Data Paper” (Chavan and Penev 2011, examples: Narwade et al. 2011, Pierrat et al 2011, Van Landuyt et al 2010, Cerretti et al 2012). Expand