Labs and Organizations
This is a list of those who have made significant use of mx.
- The Hymenoptera Anatomy Ontology (HAO)
- Includes the publicly accessible glossary
- NSF funded ABI
- Treehoppers: Aetalionidae, Melizoderidae, and Membracidae (Hemiptera) (Matt Wallace, Lew Dietz et al.)
- Multi-entry key for North American leafhopper genera, taxonomic catalog, images, etc.
- Parasitoids of Fruit Infesting Tephritidae (Bob Wharton)
- Taxon pages, keys, images.
- The North Carolina State Insect Museum
- Inventory, bloggable taxon pages, specimen collection database
- The Diapriidae (Matt Yoder)
- Host-parasite database, images, keys
- The Wharton Lab
- Lab images, matrices, taxon pages, references, taxonomic catalogs, host-parasite databases
- PEET Ichneumonoidea
- Andy Deans Lab
- Comprehensive data handling: specimens, sequences, images, matrices, taxonomic descriptions, etc.
- John Heraty Lab
- Chalcidoid super matrix for HymATOL, over 400 illustrated characters by 80 taxa, lab matrices
- The American Entomological Institute
- Keys, news, image management.
- Evanioidea Online
- Taxonomic catalog for all of Evanioidea, keys, taxon pages, specimens.
- The HISL Lab
- Taxonomic catalog for all xyleborine species (Curculionidae: Scolytinae). This relational database currently contains all 1,288 valid taxa and 469 synonyms, 5,000 locality and host entries and 19,000 citations. It surpasses the bounded catalog (Wood & Bright 1992) with the integration of bibliographical information for each taxonomic entry. Full references are given for 97% of the citations. It is easily updated, revised and accessible to those interested in scolytine taxonomy, pest species, and biodiversity studies.
- A literature database of scolytine of approximately 27,000 references spanning the 1700?s to 2000. This database includes most of the literature contained in Wood (1987), Wood & Bright (1992), and Bright & Skidmore (1997, 2002).
- Electronic Monograph of Camptocerus. ~200 images, ~60 characters, label data for ~100 specimens, ~100 references, and a key to four species. Upon completion the monograph will address 45 OTUs, contain label data for ~500 specimens and display ~32 species pages. Approximate data of completion January 1, 2010.
- Brian Wiegman Lab (Isaac Winkler)
- Systematics of Empididae
- François Michonneau
- Aaron Smith, Arizona State University
- Catalog of Tenebrionidae
Wharton, R.A., Roeder, K. and Yoder, M.J. In Press for Zootaxa. A Monograph of the genus Westwoodia (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae)
Deans, A. R. & R. Kawada. 2008. Alobevania, a new genus of neotropical ensign wasps (Hymenoptera: Evaniidae), with three new species: integrating taxonomy with the World Wide Web. Zootaxa 1787: 28-44.pdf, webpage
Yoder, M.J. 2007. Mannomicrus (Hymenoptera: Diapriidae), a new genus of myrmecophilic diapriid, with a digital version of Masner and Garcia's (2002) key to New World Diapriinae and an illustration of digital description and key markup using an ontology. Zootaxa 1439: 47-55 pdf, webpage
Deans, A., and Yoder, M. J. 2009. Developing a Hymenopteran ontology. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology. Boston, MA.
Yoder, M.J. 2007. Collaboration in systematic biology. TAMU Dept. of Entomology Seminar Series.
Deans, A.R. and Yoder, M.J. 2006. Ontologizing morphological terms for Hymenoptera - implementing and benefiting from a controlled vocabulary. Entomological Society of America. Indianapolis, IN.
Yoder, M.J., Dole, K, Deans, A. 2006. Introducing 'mx', a sharable digital workbench for systematic biologists. Taxonomic Databases Working Group 2006 Annual Meeting
Yoder, M.J. 2006. 'mx' - A digital workbench for evolutionary systematists. TAMU Dept. of Entomology Annual Graduate Student Forum
- PEET Chalcidoidea. 2008. Riverside California.