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WORLD CHALCIDOIDEA DATABASE ON CD-Rom

(Email Contacts)

 

This CDrom contains a complete World Catalogue of all 26,000 names used in Chalcidoidea, more than 95,000 host records, over 110,000 distribution records, more than 300 colour images of adults and immature stages of most families, and an immense amount of information on their use in biological control, biology, physiology, etc. [If all the contained information were printed in the same style as Peck's 1963 Catalogue of Nearctic Chalcidoidea then it would be ca. 18,000 pages long.] The catalogue is based on Dicky Yu's TAXA information system and uses a Windows 95 environment.  The system provides an easy way to look up, search, manipulate and extract data and is by far the best system currently available for these type of data.

 

The catalogue is currently available only in Windows 95 version.  It may also be accessed by MAC users with Softwindows

 

The CDrom can be obtained from the distributors:

 

Springer-Verlag

Postfach 31 13 40

D-10643 Berlin

Germany

Tel. +49 30 82787303

Fax  +49 30 82787301

e-mail: orders@springer.de

(Please give your complete mailing address. Local VAT is effective.)

 

Springer-Verlag New York, Inc.

Attn: Order Dept.

333 Meadowlands Parkway

Secaucus, NJ  07094, U.S.A.

fax (201) 348-4505

telephone (800) 777-4643 x599 or (212) 460-1599.

http://www.springer-ny.com/catalog/emedia/wbd.html

 

UNESCO Publishing

7, place de Fontenoy

75352 Paris 07 SP

France

Fax: +33 1 45685737 or +33 1 45685741

http://www.unesco.org/publishing

 

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John S. Noyes, Entomology Department, The Natural History Museum,

South Kensington, London, SW7 5BD, UK

Tel.: +44 (0)171-938-9328    Fax.: +44 (0)171-938-8937

 

INTERNET: jsn@NHM.ac.uk

See info at - http://www.nhm.ac.uk/science/entom/project2/index.html