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*[http://www.discoverlife.org/ Discover Life] - "contains '''306,553''' species. The Polistes Foundation and its scientific partners plan to add high-quality identification guides, maps, images, and text for '''a million species''' by 2012. [...] Each month Discover Life serves approximately 3 million pages and images to 70,000 IP addresses"
*[http://www.discoverlife.org/ Discover Life] - "contains '''306,553''' species. The Polistes Foundation and its scientific partners plan to add high-quality identification guides, maps, images, and text for '''a million species''' by 2012. [...] Each month Discover Life serves approximately 3 million pages and images to 70,000 IP addresses"
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*[http://www.record-lrc.co.uk/ rECOrd] (the Local Biological Records Centre serving the Cheshire region of England) - '''1.6 million''' species records available online for the public to search and map
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*[http://www.record-lrc.co.uk/ rECOrd] (the Local Biological Records Center serving the Cheshire region of England) - '''1.6 million''' species records available online for the public to search and map
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*[http://www.dnabarcoding.ca/ Canadian Centre for DNA Barcoding ] multiple sites, covering over '''11,000''' species ('''134,990''' records; target 55,000+ species.
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*[http://www.dnabarcoding.ca/ Canadian Center for DNA Barcoding ] multiple sites, covering over '''11,000''' species ('''134,990''' records; target 55,000+ species.
**[http://www.barcodinglife.org/ Barcode of Life Data Systems] "BOLD-ECS provides web developers and bioinformaticians the ability to build tools and workflows that can be integrated with the BOLD framework. We welcome the addition of new analytical modules."
**[http://www.barcodinglife.org/ Barcode of Life Data Systems] "BOLD-ECS provides web developers and bioinformaticians the ability to build tools and workflows that can be integrated with the BOLD framework. We welcome the addition of new analytical modules."

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Species Examples (Quantitative )

Quantitative examples of common and scientific names of living things, which could be marked up with a "species" (or similar) microformat.

Note: the original name of the proposed microformat, "species", is likely to change, probably to "hbiota" or "htaxon". The former has been retained here, to avoid having to make many repetitive and perhaps redundant edits

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Contents


Evidence

There are perhaps 30 million distinct species in the world today. [1]

For earlier evidence of quantitative use of species' and other taxonomic names, see [2] and [3]. Furthermore:

Planned sites

Misc

Contributors

See also

species-examples-quantitative was last modified: Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

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