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Azores Biota
Edited by Paulo A. V. Borges, Antóno Onofre Soares, Pedro Cardoso (Terrestrial Arthropods), Rosalina Gabriel (Fungi, Lichens, Bryophytes), Ana C. Costa and Sérgio P.A. Ávila (Marine Invertebrates), Ana Isabel Neto (Marine Macro-Algae), João Pedro Barreiros and José M.N. Azevedo (Marine Vertebrates), Luis F. Silva, Mónica Moura and Rui Elias (Vascular Plants), Pedro Raposeiro (Freshwater invertebrates) and Vitor Gonçalves (Cianobacteria)

Azores is an isolate volcanic archipelago located in the Atlantic which belongs to the Macaronesia biogeographical region and is among the richest regions concerning fungi, plant and animal diversity in Europe. Currently the total number of terrestrial taxa (species and subspecies) in the Azores is estimated of about 6,164. The total number of terrestrial endemic species and/or subspecies from the Azores is about 452 (411 species). Concerning the marine organisms, the listed the most updated list from 2010a, listed bout 1,883 taxa belonging to 16 Phyla.

The aim of this thematic collection is to collate all the publications dealing with the taxonomic diversity of Azorean terrestrial and marine biota including mostly the categories “Research Article”, “Taxonomic Paper” and “Data Paper”, but also “Alien Species Profiles” and “Species Conservation Profiles”

Papers published: 14   |  Total pages: 960
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Insecta (1), Aves (1), Bryata (1), Araneae (2), Invertebrata (3), Coleoptera (1), Lepidoptera (1), Chelicerata (1), Chordata (1), Arachnida (1), Fungi (1), Arthropoda (3), Plantae (1), Animalia (3), Hexapoda (1)
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Oceans (1), Atlantic Ocean (2), Western Europe (2), World (1), Azores (2), Europe (5)
Proceedings of the 26th Annual Philippine Biodiversity Symposium

The Philippine Biodiversity Symposium is an annual gathering of researchers and practitioners working in the fields of wildlife studies and biodiversity conservation in the Philippines.
The 26th Annual Philippine Biodiversity Symposium was held on July 18-22, 2017 at the Ateneo de Manila University. Under the topic “New and Emerging Trends in Biodiversity Research and Conservation”, 16 plenary and 46 session presentations along with numerous posters from more than 300 participants focused on current research results and conservation efforts on Philippine biodiversity.

The symposium was co-organized by the Biodiversity Conservation Society of the Philippines (BCSP) and the Ateneo de Manila University Department of Biology, and presented in cooperation with Biodiversity Management Bureau of DENR, Foundation for the Philippine Environment, GIZ, Team Energy Foundation and Pensoft Publishers. The event was sponsored by Pensoft, the Center for Conservation Innovation, Crocodylus porosus Philippines Inc., Energy Development Cooperation, roots.asia, Center for Outdoor Recreation and Expedition, Quezon City Government and Ateneo de Manila University Press, among others.

The event draws over 250 participants from the academic and research institutions, government agencies, non-government organizations, independent researchers, and high school, undergraduate and graduate students.

Selected studies that have been presented during the symposium are published in here.

Papers published: 2   |  Total pages: 40
Taxon Expeditions
Edited by Iva Njunjić, Menno Schilthuizen
Taxon Expeditions are biodiversity field courses for citizen scientists to the world's biodiversity hotspots. The discovery, description, and publication of new taxa form the core of these courses. In this collection, the papers resulting from Taxon Expeditions are amalgamated. For more information, please see: http://www.taxonexpeditions.com
Papers published: 5   |  Total pages: 58
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Europe (1), Far East (1), Asia (1), Sabah (1), Brunei (2)
Advances in Biodiversity Information Standards. Selected papers from the TDWG 2016 Annual Conference
Edited by Cyndy Parr, Gail Kampmeier

This TDWG Special Collection in the Biodiversity Data Journal highlights major milestones and issues related to biodiversity informatics and the history of the Biodiversity Information Standards (TDWG) as an organization.

Papers published: 1   |  Total pages: 22
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Salix transect of Europe
Papers published: 5   |  Total pages: 90
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Europe (2)
LifeWatchGreece: Research infrastructure (ESFRI) for biodiversity data and data observatories
Edited by Christos Arvanitidis, Eva Chatzinikolaou, Vasilis Gerovasileiou, Emmanouela Panteri, Nicolas Bailly, Nikos Minadakis

LifeWatchGreece Special Collection highlights the key contributions to the large-scale European LifeWatch Research Infrastructure, whose ultimate goal is to model Earth’s biodiversity based on large-scale data, to build a vast network of partners, and to liaise with other high-quality and viable research infrastructures. The present series of papers effectively communicates the project’s outcomes, while opening up to the scientific community, the broader domain of biodiversity management and potential collaborators.

Papers published: 25   |  Total pages: 774
Contributions on Fauna Europaea
Edited by Yde de Jong
Papers published: 13   |  Total pages: 408
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Checklist of the Hymenoptera of the British Isles
Edited by G.R. Broad
Papers published: 12   |  Total pages: 1934
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