Afrotropical Mydidae genera dichotomous key

Afrotropical Mydidae genera dichotomous key Identification key to Afrotropical Mydidae genera published originally by Dikow in 2017 in the Manual of Afrotropical Diptera volume 2 (see https://bit.ly/AfrotropicalManual). This key includes updates and enhancements to the…

Eremohaplomydas, Haplomydas, and Lachnocorynus key

Eremohaplomydas, Haplomydas, and Lachnocorynus key Dichotomous key to species of the Afrotropical Mydidae genera Eremohaplomydas Bequaert, 1959, Haplomydas, Bezzi, 1924, and Lachnocorynus Hesse, 1969 resulting from taxonomic revision published in Boschert & Dikow 2021 in…

Key to the Mantodea of Belize

Key to the Mantodea of Belize A regional key is provided to known species of Mantodea in Belize; the total number of known species is 21. Authors: Lohit Garikipati and Jason E. Bond, University of…

What wasp is that?

What wasp is that? What wasp is that? contains an interactive identification key to the Australasian families of Hymenoptera and associated information on: the morphology of the Hymenoptera, including annotated drawings of the morphological terms…

Environmental Weeds of Australia

Environmental Weeds of Australia At the core of this App is an interactive Lucid identification key to 1020 plant species that are either significant or emerging environmental weeds in Australia. To help confirm the identification…

On the Fly

On the Fly – An interactive identification tool for Australian flies Android and iOS apps now available. With On The Fly you will be able to:Accurately identify the family to which an Australian fly belongs.Access…

Vicflora Lucid keys

Vicflora Lucid keys VICFLORA is a comprehensive and current guide to the wild plants of Victoria. With plant profiles, identification tools and richly illustrated, the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria provides this resource free-of-charge for land managers,…

Rust Fungi of Australia

Rust Fungi of Australia Rust Fungi of Australia, an interactive key for species of plant pathogenic rust fungi (Pucciniomycotina) known from Australia. Rust fungi parasitise a wide range of host plants including ferns, conifers and…