HELP

General Questions

Click the menu button 'SEARCH' and type at least 3 characters of the scientific name of a taxon. For example if you want to search for 'meloidogyne' you can type 'mel'. A list of found taxa should appear. You can also search for name combinations, example: 'mel hap' gives you a list of 'Meloidogyne hapla' and 'Meloidogyne haplanaria'. Select a taxon with the mouse (or your finger when using a tablet) for the taxon details. Previous searches are shown on the left.
NOTE: To limit the amount of data transferred a search list is limited to a maximum of 25 items.
You first have to login, click top right on the link 'LOGIN'. You will be presented with a form where you have to enter your mobile phone number. After clicking 'Request SMS Code' a code is send to your mobile phone. Enter this code on the login form and click 'Validate SMS Code'. You can now edit taxa. First search for the taxon and copy the browser URL into a hyperlink. To give an example: Suppose I like to reference 'Anoplostoma heterurum' in a document. After searching the browser URL will be 'http://www.nce.nu/search.html?id=Anoplostoma%20heterurum%20(Cobb,%201914)%20Kreis,%201934'. This link must be embedded into a HTML hyperlink.- Click below on the link, supplying your name, organisation and mobile phone number. Feedback can be submitted to the developer by email. Click below on the name to compose an email. We store of course the email address & (strongly encrypted) password of registered users. For anonymous users we only store the taxon they last searched for. This information is NOT shared with other parties!

Technical Questions

At the moment we expose the following REST services (more :
  • URL: http://www.nce.nu/services/TODO
  • URL: http://www.nce.nu/services/TODO
  • URL: http://www.nce.nu/services/TODO
All modern major browsers are supported. For IE we only can support IE 9 or higher due to the socalled responsive design. Responsive means: can be viewed on different devices like a mobile phone or tablet. Example type species 'Alaimus depressus': TODO