- speciesLink network (July 10, 2019)
- Moure’s Bee Catalogue (July 2012)
- Official National List of Endangered Animal Species – Act nº 444 of December 17, 2014
- Taxonomic Filters determine the taxonomic group: subfamily, tribe, genus, or species to be analyzed, allowing the inclusion of synonyms and phonetic searches.
- Geographic filters allow the evaluation of the geographic coordinates.
- Endangered species included in Brazil's official endangered species list of animals are presented with pre-selected search filters.
Structure of the Report
According to the selected taxonomic group, subfamily, tribe or genus
- The system presents a chart with the number of species separated into four groups: (i) those without records in the speciesLink network;
(II) with 1-5 records; (III) with 6-20 records; and, (IV) with more than 20 records. This classification aims at showing the potential for producing species
distribution models (exploratory, preliminary or consistent models)
- The number of species reported as occurring in a given state (Moure’s Bee Catalog), that do not have any records in the speciesLink network.
- Hierarchical classification according to Moure’s Bee Catalogue
- Conservation Status (Act no. 444 of December 17, 2014)
- Table comparing the geographic distribution by Brazilian state in Moure’s Bee Catalog with data from the speciesLink network
- Species distribution maps: distribution according to Moure's Bee Catalogue and species occurrence data from the speciesLink network
- Status and origin of data online: biological collection, year of collection, name status, and geographic information