Discontinued App

British Herps

This e-guide on reptiles and amphibians of the British Isles is part of a series of mobile systems for identifying species in nature. They were developed ...

Discontinued App

Description

This e-guide on reptiles and amphibians of the British Isles is part of a series of mobile systems for identifying species in nature. They were developed as part of the EC KeyToNature project aiming to provide easy access to flora and fauna information. Other e-guides covering plants, birds, butterflies, fish and mammals are available or in preparation. This e-guide holds information on all native species of reptiles and amphibians found in the British Isles and several frequently occurring alien species. In addition to an identification key, descriptions and colour pictures of each species are provided; calls of frogs and toads are included as an aid to identification. This application is based on the CD-ROM Interactive Guide to Reptiles and Amphibians of the British Isles, published in 2008 by ETI BioInformatics (ISBN 978 90 75000 955). Colophon: Compilation: Tekla Boersma, Huub Veldhuijzen van Zanten, Paul Klinkenberg (opening screen) Photography: Jan van der Voort. Additional photographs were supplied by Jeroen Speijbroeck, Tekla Boersma, Edwin van Spronsen, Huub Veldhuijzen, Ruud Altenburg and Ingrid de Kort Sounds: Robert Jooris (calls of frogs and toads) Programming: Dennis Seijts, Stefano Martellos and Edwin van Spronsen ETI BioInformatics was founded in 1990 by the Dutch government and UNESCO to facilitate easy access to information on taxonomy and biodiversity. Check http://www.eti.uva.nl To celebrate the 20th anniversary of ETI BioInformatics, this e-guide is offered for free.

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Technical specifications

Version: 1.1

Size: 6.86 MB

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Price: 0,00 €

Day of release: 0000-00-0

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