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Labs and Organizations

This is a list of those who have made significant use of mx.

  • 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
  • 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.
  • Aaron Smith, Arizona State University
    • Catalog of Tenebrionidae

Publications

  • 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

Presentations

  • 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

Meetings

  • PEET Chalcidoidea. 2008. Riverside California.
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