New articulated asteroids (Echinodermata, Asteroidea) and ophiuroids (Echinodermata, Ophiuroidea) from the Late Jurassic (Volgian / Tithonian) of central Spitsbergen

Authors: Julie Rousseau 1,*, Andrew Scott Gale 2 & Ben Thuy 3 1 1111 Belle Pre Way, Apt. 537, Alexandria, VA, 22314, United States of America 2 School of Earth & Environmental Sciences, University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom 3 Department of Palaeontology, Natural History Museum Luxembourg, Luxembourg-City, Luxembourg. Source: Rousseau J., Gale A.S. & Thuy.. Lire la suite

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Listes des publications 2016

Braun, U., A. Y. Khodosovtsev, V. V. Darmostuk & P. Diederich, 2016. Trichoconis hafellneri sp. nov. on Athallia pyracea and Xanthoria parietina, a generic discussion of Trichoconis and keys to the species of this genus. Herzogia 29: 307-314. Cezanne, R., M. Eichler, X. Mestdagh, N. Titeux & P. Diederich, 2016. Zur Bestandssituation der Rentierflechten (Cladonia-Arten.. Lire la suite

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Relict species

Habel, J. C. & T. Assmann (Eds.) 2010. Relict Species: Phylogeography and Conservation Biology. XV, 449 p. 91 illus., 10 in color., Hardcover, ISBN: 978-3-540-92159-2. Proceedings of a symposium held in 2007 at the Luxembourg national museum of natural history.

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The Luxembourg System – Building a national bio-and geo-diversity node

Author: Tania Walisch Source: Ferrantia 51, Proceedings of the first international Recorder conference (2007), 151 pages, Walisch, T (ed.). Abstract The Luxembourg National Museum of Natural History (LNMNH) has the mission to assemble and manage observation and collection data on biological and geological diversity and to make this information available to the public. The Museum.. Lire la suite

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A biodiversity cartography portal for nature conservationists, scientists, and naturalists

Author(s) : Walisch T., Colling G.,  van Breda J. Source : Proceedings of Taxonomic Database Working Group (2009) Abstract : The Luxembourg Museum of Natural History is the national node for biodiversity data. The Museum uses Recorder 6 (, extended with a collection and thesaurus module, to manage and collate its data. A number of.. Lire la suite

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