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Be able to search for codens and indications of type material

For example in the following text (from http://phasmid-study-group.org/content/Catalogue-type-material-insect-order-Phasmatodea-deposited-Museum-fiir-Tierkunde-Dresden-Ger) you would be able to find that SMTD has a holotype of acheola

acheloa Gunther, 1940a: 496 fig. 19 [Libethra] [9, Rio Tacana.] SMTD [27] HT: Female, Tacana, Brasilien, Waehl1er leg., Y. preto, S. Waehner leg.; 1939 I [Rugosolibethra acheloa (Gunther, 1940)]

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    anonymousanonymous shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →
    planned  ·  Roderic PageAdminRoderic Page (Admin, biostor) responded  · 

    I’m planning to do something like this. Initially I’ll look at extracting specimen codes (which include museum codes), mainly because I’m interested in citation of museum specimens, but also because if the specimens are georeferenced we can then georeference taxa and publications about those taxa.

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