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This is a re-grouping of the examples on species-examples

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Grouped By Publisher

West Midland Bird Club

<b class="bird">Black-tailed Godwit</b>
<td>Limosa limosa</td>

species.mediawiki.org

species.mediawiki.org media bird .

<dd>Regnum: <a href="/wiki/Animalia" title="Animalia">Animalia</a> (Metazoa)
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<dd>Subregnum: <a href="/wiki/Eumetazoa" title="Eumetazoa">Eumetazoa</a>
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<dd>Superphylum: Bilateria: <a href="/wiki/Deuterostomia" title="Deuterostomia">Deuterostomia</a>
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<dd>Phylum: <a href="/wiki/Chordata" title="Chordata">Chordata</a>
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<dd>Subphylum: <a href="/wiki/Vertebrata" title="Vertebrata">Vertebrata</a>
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<dd>Classis: <a href="/wiki/Aves" title="Aves">Aves</a>
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<dd>Subclassis: <a href="/wiki/Neognathae" title="Neognathae">Neognathae</a>
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<dd>Ordo: <a href="/wiki/Charadriiformes" title="Charadriiformes">Charadriiformes</a>
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<dd>Subordo: <a href="/wiki/Charadrii" title="Charadrii">Charadrii</a>

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<dd>Familia: <a href="/wiki/Charadriidae" title="Charadriidae">Charadriidae</a>
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<dd>Subfamily: <a href="/wiki/Charadriinae" title="Charadriinae">Charadriinae</a>
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<dd>Genus: <i><a href="/wiki/Charadrius" title="Charadrius">Charadrius</a></i>
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<dd>Species: <i><strong class="selflink">Charadrius dubius</strong></i>
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<dd>Subspecies: <i><a href="/w/index.php?title=Charadrius_dubius_curonicus&action=edit" class="new" title="Charadrius dubius curonicus">C. d. curonicus</a></i> - <i><a href="/w/index.php?title=Charadrius_dubius_dubius&action=edit" class="new" title="Charadrius dubius dubius">C. d. dubius</a></i> - <i><a href="/w/index.php?title=Charadrius_dubius_jerdoni&action=edit" class="new" title="Charadrius dubius jerdoni">C. d. jerdoni</a></i> - <i><a href="/w/index.php?title=Charadrius_dubius_papuanus&action=edit" class="new" title="Charadrius dubius papuanus">C. d. papuanus</a></i></dd>


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International Wolf Center

Wolf Example

wolves" as more resolution in some free text. Is this a good example of how species data is marked up on the web? BenWest 22:20, 21 Oct 2006 (PDT)


Minnesota Department of Natural Resources

Northern Pike Example

<h1 class="last">Northern pike</h1>

Pike & Zander

Pike & Zander

The Pike is known worldwide, a species of the family Esocidae...

In Europe and Asia, Esox lucius had to...


funkman.org

Death's Head Hawkmoth Example Free text in paragraph elements.


UK Moths

Acherontia atropos

 
<i>Acherontia atropos</i>
 
<div id="title">Sphingidae: Sphinginae</div>
 
(<i>Solanum tuberosum</i>)

Cirsium arvense Key

 
<b>Key to leaf-feeding micro-moth larvae on creeping thistle (<i>Cirsium arvense</i>)</b>
 
1076 <a href="show.php?bf=1076"><i>Celypha lacunana</i></a>. A very common polyphage, but too many varieties to include.
 
1380 <a href="show.php?bf=1380"><i>Phlyctaenia perlucidalis</i></a>. No larval description or photographs available Feb. 2004.<br>
 
 
814a <i>Scrobipalpa pauperella</i>. No larval description or photographs available Feb. 2004.

Sussex Biodiversity Record Centre

Migrant Hawker (Aeshna mixta)

 
include a <strong>White Admiral</strong> (<i>Limenitis camilla</i>), an <i><a href="http://www.britishspiders.org.uk/html/nbn.php?spn=375">Araneus angulatus</a></i>, 

All common names are in strong elements, the species is in an italic element, with resolution as link text, which turns out to be a fairly consistent convention on this particular site.

considered authoritative. Resembles tagging. This particular site also puts common names in a strong tag, with the species in an italic tag.


TODO: remove, or at least coalesce free text examples. create a commonalities section. BenWest 22:20, 21 Oct 2006 (PDT) TODO: I've been working down the examples list, item by item to reorganize by publisher, like the other *-examples pages have done. So far, I've gone from the top of binominals to the top of the Plant section. It's a Saturday night and time to have some fun so.... If someone continues this work before I get a chance to continue, please note where you left off. BenWest 22:20, 21 Oct 2006 (PDT)

Alternative Grouping By Strategy

I'd like to regroup these examples... perhaps by publishing strategy instead of a list of what is being published. Should this be available as an alternate grouping section? In the mean time, a grouping by publisher would help analysis go smoother. BenWest 17:57, 21 Oct 2006 (PDT)

I looked at several examples. Several of them feel like tagging to me. Should we attempt to note what level or resolution is available in each example?

Tagging

The [wiki media bird example] is particularly interesting.

<dd>Regnum: <a href="/wiki/Animalia" title="Animalia">Animalia</a> (Metazoa)
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<dd>Subregnum: <a href="/wiki/Eumetazoa" title="Eumetazoa">Eumetazoa</a>
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<dd>Superphylum: Bilateria: <a href="/wiki/Deuterostomia" title="Deuterostomia">Deuterostomia</a>
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<dd>Phylum: <a href="/wiki/Chordata" title="Chordata">Chordata</a>
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<dd>Subphylum: <a href="/wiki/Vertebrata" title="Vertebrata">Vertebrata</a>
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<dd>Classis: <a href="/wiki/Aves" title="Aves">Aves</a>
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<dd>Subclassis: <a href="/wiki/Neognathae" title="Neognathae">Neognathae</a>
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<dd>Ordo: <a href="/wiki/Charadriiformes" title="Charadriiformes">Charadriiformes</a>
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<dd>Subordo: <a href="/wiki/Charadrii" title="Charadrii">Charadrii</a>

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<dd>Familia: <a href="/wiki/Charadriidae" title="Charadriidae">Charadriidae</a>
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<dd>Subfamily: <a href="/wiki/Charadriinae" title="Charadriinae">Charadriinae</a>
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<dd>Genus: <i><a href="/wiki/Charadrius" title="Charadrius">Charadrius</a></i>
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<dd>Species: <i><strong class="selflink">Charadrius dubius</strong></i>
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<dd>Subspecies: <i><a href="/w/index.php?title=Charadrius_dubius_curonicus&action=edit" class="new" title="Charadrius dubius curonicus">C. d. curonicus</a></i> - <i><a href="/w/index.php?title=Charadrius_dubius_dubius&action=edit" class="new" title="Charadrius dubius dubius">C. d. dubius</a></i> - <i><a href="/w/index.php?title=Charadrius_dubius_jerdoni&action=edit" class="new" title="Charadrius dubius jerdoni">C. d. jerdoni</a></i> - <i><a href="/w/index.php?title=Charadrius_dubius_papuanus&action=edit" class="new" title="Charadrius dubius papuanus">C. d. papuanus</a></i></dd>


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This feels similar to tagging to me. This particular example has a resolves the whole heirarchy, correct? BenWest 17:57, 21 Oct 2006 (PDT)

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