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ELYSIA

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ELYSIA is an application software developed by the Spanish Node of GBIF to digitize and manage botanical and zoological natural history collections. Elysia is a Microsoft Office Access based program and includes a .mdb configuration file and another .mdb file containing the forms needed for the management of checklists, scientific names, labels, qu ...

Last Update: 2016

Data management Data collection Species populations Terrestrial Marine Freshwater Plants Mammals Reptiles Butterflies Other Invertebrates Birds Fishes Amphibians Macroinvertebrates

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ELYSIA is an application software developed by the Spanish Node of GBIF to digitize and manage botanical and zoological natural history collections. Elysia is a Microsoft Office Access based program and includes a .mdb configuration file and another .mdb file containing the forms needed for the management of checklists, scientific names, labels, queries and the elaboration of lists of materials.

Contact person: Jesús Muñoz Fuente
Contact e-mail: info@gbif.es
Contact institute: Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF)
License: CC BY-SA
Technical Status: Unknown
URL(s): https://www.gbif.es/en/software/elysia
https://www.gbif.es/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Manual_Elysia_2019_06v2.pdf
https://github.com/GBIFes/Elysia

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