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  • The spatial portal enables users to map a species occurrence records and explore the data for that species by time, region, data quality and the species’ link to the natural environment

  • The output file of the "ARMS OTU Unifier" service (step 6) and the input file of the "WoRMS Taxonomic Checker" (step 7) of the ARMS Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative. It is a CSV file with species information, a sort of OTU table, that is prepared to be processed by WoRMS and WRIMS (steps 7 and 8).

  • The output file of the "WRIMS Invasive Checker" (step 8) and the input file of the "PEMA Converter" service (step 9) of the ARMS Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative. It is a CSV file with species information, a sort of OTU table, that checks on the known distribution of each species detected in the samples processed through this pipeline, whether they are alien to the location.

  • The output file of the "WoRMS Taxonomic Checker" service (step 7) and the input file of the "WRIMS Invasive Checker" (step 8) of the ARMS Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative. It is a CSV file with species information, a sort of OTU table, that returns the approved "scientific name" and "aphiaID".

  • The new Italian Fauna Checklist updates the Checklist first published in the mid-1990s by Minelli et al. (1993-1995) in paper format, including 57.468 species (including “Protozoa”), 37.303 of which were insects. The new Checklist, which will exclude protozoans, is published exclusively online through the LifeWatch Italy Web Portal and will be continuously updated. The taxonomic classification, scientific name, author and year of description are provided for each species/subspecies, as well as the geographical distribution, the status of exclusivity (endemics) and allochthony, any taxonomic and distributive notes, pertinent literature and synonyms are also given.