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Labels: Please click the link to download the label information provided in the Rich Text Format (RTF) as well as the spreadsheet from.
NOTE: Password Needed.
Conditions for receipt of specimens: This file pertains to collaborators who received specimens collected in Thailand, setting out the conditions for retention and return of specimens.
Labels for long term retention of undetermined material
Collaborators report form
These are the file formats you will
use to send species information back to us. Use one format or another, not
both, then email the file as an
attachment. If you have specimens without a sample number, include that
information in the body of the email.
Import: Use this form to import data into the database.
Import Species: Use this form to import species data into the database
- Three column list format
This format is convenient if you
are dealing with a large number of small samples with many specimens of
each species. For each species, a separate line is needed for every sample
it occurs in. Examples are included in the file - delete these before you
start entering in data.
- Table format (w/ abundance)
This format works best with a small number of large and diverse
samples. This format uses a grid with sample number along the top and species
name on the right, with number of samples filling the grid. Examples are
included - delete these before you start entering in data.
- Normal list format
This format should be used when you have
a large number of samples with only a few specimens from each. One
line per species. For every time a species occurs in the sample, write
the number on the line. This is shown in the example in the file,
which you should replace with your own data.
- Normal list format (no abundance
Same as the above, only there is no need
to repeat a sample number.