Special Issue on Aphids published @ Insect Science (free access here!)


Survey on Biodiversity data sharing & Data archiving policy

About the survey  |  About the team  |  Questionnaire  |  Results archive   |  Published articles


Scientific society & Meeting related

International Biogeography Society (IBS)  |  Frontiers of Biogeography  |  IBS Blog



AphidBase: the aphid genome database  |  Aphid Species File: a taxonomic and bibliographic database

Barcode of Life Data Systems (BOLD)  |  DRYAD: papers related data  |  Encyclopedia of Earth  |  Encyclopedia of Life

Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF)  |  NCBI databases  |  Species 2000: world species checklist

TreeBASE: a phylogenetic database  |  Wikispecies: free species directory


Professional resources

Impactstory (more than IF & h-index) |  Biodiversity & Biogeography stuff (IBS)  |  Phylogeny programs (Joe Felsenstein)

Phylogeny.fr (online & download)  |  CIPRES (online space for running trees)



TED talks (wonderful talks from different fields)  |  Systematics & Biogeography blog  |  Treethinkers blog


Quiet dancing (2011-06 Taiwan)



Whenever a theory appears to you as the only possible one, take this as a sign that you have neither understood the theory nor the problem which it was intended to solve.  Karl Popper (1972)

It is important to realize that science does not make assertions about ultimate questions — about the riddles of existence, or about man’s task in this world.   Karl Popper (1977)