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  • A service that aims at verifying the species names (performing the taxonomy check) by using the input file SIA.csv. It represents the Step 1 of the Crustaceans Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative.

  • An R package to get downloads from the EurOBIS database. In 2019, development started for the eurobis R package, to serve as an easy to use interface to download EurOBIS data in R. Currently, the main functions and documentation are being developed and are working, but need some further testing and user feedback before it can be officially released.

  • taxize allows users to search over many taxonomic data sources for species names (scientific and common) and download up and downstream taxonomic hierarchical information - among other things. This package wraps APIs for a large suite of taxonomic databases availabe on the web. The taxize book: https://taxize.dev Package documentation: https://docs.ropensci.org/taxize/

  • As a user or developer you can use the WoRMS webservice to feed your own application with standard WoRMS data. A non exhaustive list of applications: - get the AphiaID for your taxon - check the spelling of your taxa - get the authority for your taxa - get the full classification for your taxa - resolve your unaccepted names to accepted ones - get all synonyms for a taxon - fuzzy/near match your species list - resolve a common name/vernacular to a scientific name - get the common name(s)/vernacular(s) for a taxon - get the sources/references for a taxon - get the WoRMS citation for a taxon - get the direct children for a taxon - get all taxa modified during a time interval - get an external identifier for a taxon - get the AphiaID for an external identifier/database - get all distributions for a taxon - get all attributes for a taxon

  • worrms is a R client for the World Register of Marine Species REST webservices (http://www.marinespecies.org/rest). The aim of a World Register of Marine Species (WoRMS) is to provide an authoritative and comprehensive list of names of marine organisms, including information on synonymy. While the highest priority goes to valid names, other names in use are included so that this register can serve as a guide to interpret taxonomic literature. The content of WoRMS is controlled by taxonomic and thematic experts, not by database managers. WoRMS has an editorial management system where each taxonomic group is represented by an expert who has the authority over the content, and is responsible for controlling the quality of the information. Each of these main taxonomic editors can invite several specialists of smaller groups within their area of responsibility to join them.