Lilian Cardoso

Lilian Cardoso
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro | UFRJ · Departamento de Antropologia

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Kury A. B., Mendes A. C., Cardoso L., Kury M. S., Granado A. de A., Giribet G., Cruz-López J. A., Longhorn S. J. (2021). WCO: World Catalogue of Opiliones (version 2021-03-23). In: Catalogue of Life, et al. (2021). Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life, 2021-04-05. Digital resource at www.catalogueoflife.org. Species 2000: Naturalis, Leiden, the Ne...
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The "World Catalogue of Opiliones" (WCO) is a collaborative effort to comprehensively index the Earth's species of harvestmen. This paper announces one component of the WCO, "WCO-Lite" a website available at https://wcolite.com/. WCO-Lite provides a graphic user interface for a second component of the WCO, "Opiliones of the World", a database on th...
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This is minor version 1.2 of the WCO-Lite website, containing one more layer of this nomenclatural/taxonomic endeavor. Version 1.2 contains bibliographic references for taxa nomina (exhaustive up to suprageneric taxa) and features a new author in the project team.
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WCO-Lite (with the word “light” restyled as “lite”) is a slenderer, more agile, online version of WCO, aiming to be a public-ready, authoritative reference for taxonomy of all subtaxa of harvestmen worldwide. WCO-Lite is being developed using an integrated web-based workbench for taxonomists called TaxonWorks (http://taxonworks.org/), created by Th...
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WEBSITE: Kury, A.B., Mendes, A.C., Cardoso, L., Kury, M.S. & Granado, A.de A. (2020) World Catalogue of Opiliones. WCO-Lite version 1.1. Online at: https://wcolite.com/. Complete list of valid taxon nomina of harvestmen from suborder to subspecies; exhaustive taxonomic survey up to December 2018
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Relatively few calcareous sponges (Porifera, Calcarea) have been recorded from Brazil, mostly due to a reduced number of studies focused exclusively on these generally small, cryptic organisms. To fill in part this gap, the taxonomy and distribution of calcareous sponges from Potiguar Basin (Rio Grande do Norte state, Northeastern Brazil) are studi...
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Relatively few calcareous sponges (Porifera, Calcarea) have been recorded from Brazil, mostly due to a reduced number of studies focused exclusively on these generally small, cryptic organisms. To fill in part this gap, the taxonomy and distribution of calcareous sponges from Potiguar Basin (Rio Grande do Norte state, Northeastern Brazil) are studi...
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FIGURE 1. Location of: A— the studied area (Potiguar Basin. Rio Grande do Norte state. Brazil); B—collection sites of calcareous sponges: (1) Guamaré Harbour. (2) Risca das Bicudas; (3) Urca do Minhoto; (4) Urca do Tubarão; (5) station A 4; (6); station A 19 b; (7) station A 12; (8) station M 7.

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To provide an accurate and updated logonymy of all harvestmen taxa of the world.