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Millipedes of Australia website

Mesibov, Robert

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  <dc:creator>Mesibov, Robert</dc:creator>
  <dc:description>Archived version of the "Millipedes of Australia" (MoA) website, final update 17 May 2019. This version is a ZIP archive containing a CSS file (external style sheet), an image folder with 16 small images, eight top-level HTML pages, a "genus" folder with 22 HTML webpages providing genus-level taxonomic details and a "species" folder with 114 HTML pages providing species-level taxonomic details.

MoA was first online in 2006 and offered a single source for detailed taxonomic information on the Australian millipede fauna and for detailed species locality information. Most of the taxonomic information in MoA now appears in MilliBase (http://www.millibase.org/), a global taxonomic database for millipedes hosted by the Flanders Marine Institute. Most locality records formerly in MoA for named, native Australian millipedes can now be found in the Atlas of Living Australia (https://www.ala.org.au) or the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (https://www.gbif.org/).</dc:description>
  <dc:subject>Australia, Diplopoda, website, taxonomy</dc:subject>
  <dc:title>Millipedes of Australia website</dc:title>
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