LepNet: The Lepidoptera of North America Network.

@article{Seltmann2017LepNetTL,
  title={LepNet: The Lepidoptera of North America Network.},
  author={Katja C. Seltmann and N. Cobb and L. Gall and C. Bartlett and M. Basham and I. Betancourt and Christy Bills and Benjamin Brandt and R. L. Brown and C. Bundy and M. S. Caterino and C. Chapman and A. Cognato and Julia Colby and S. Cook and K. Daly and L. Dyer and N. Franz and J. Gelhaus and Christopher C. Grinter and Charles E. Harp and Rachel L Hawkins and Steve Heydon and Geena M Hill and Stacey L Huber and N. Johnson and A. Kawahara and L. Kimsey and B. Kondratieff and F. Krell and L. Leblanc and S. Lee and C. Marshall and Lindsie M McCabe and J. Mchugh and K. L. Menard and P. Opler and Nicole Palffy-Muhoray and Nick Pardikes and M. Peterson and N. Pierce and Andre Poremski and D. Sikes and J. D. Weintraub and David L. Wikle and J. Zaspel and G. Zolnerowich},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2017},
  volume={4247 1},
  pages={
          73-77
        }
}
The Lepidoptera of North America Network, or LepNet, is a digitization effort recently launched to mobilize biodiversity data from 3 million specimens of butterflies and moths in United States natural history collections (http://www.lep-net.org/). LepNet was initially conceived as a North American effort but the project seeks collaborations with museums and other organizations worldwide. The overall goal is to transform Lepidoptera specimen data into readily available digital formats to foster… Expand
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