Repatriation of knowledge about insects and types through the DORSA virtual museum (Digital Orthoptera Specimen Access).

@inproceedings{Lampe2005RepatriationOK,
  title={Repatriation of knowledge about insects and types through the DORSA virtual museum (Digital Orthoptera Specimen Access).},
  author={Karl-Heinz Lampe and Klaus Riede and Sigfrid Ingrisch},
  year={2005}
}
DORSA (Digital Orthoptera Specimen Access) ist ein virtuelles Museum, das Informationen uber Typus-Exemplare von Orthopteren und andere Belege, welche uber die wichtigsten deutschen Museums-Sammlungen verstreut sind, in einer einzigen Datenbank zusammenfuhrt. Etwa 16.000 Individuen-Eintrage aus uber 4.000 Arten sind uber das Internet in der SYSTAX-Datenbank (www.biologie.uni-ulm.de/systax) suchbar. SYSTAX stellt die Daten auch uber die GBIF (Global Biodiversity Information Facility)- und… 

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