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1. ETI CD - Arthropods of Economic Importance - Eurasian Torticidae [ETI_Arthropinteractive]
This CD-ROM holds an interactive identification guide and information source on economically important tortricids in Europe and Asia for all applied entomologists working in agriculture, forestry ...


2. ETI CD - Bats of the Indian Subcontinent [ETI_Bats]
This CD-ROM contains a first treatise on all 119 species of bat currently known from the Indian Subcontinent, published by ETI and the Harrison Institute (UK). The geographical scope includes India, ...


3. ETI CD - Annonaceae-Genera Worldwide [ETI_Annonaceae-GeneraWorldWide]
The Annonaceae are one of the largest tropical plant families (about 2300 species) with a worldwide distribution. A number of these species is of economic importance (fruits, perfumes and ornamental ...


4. ETI CD - Bird Remains Identification [ETI_Bird_Remains_Identification]
The identification of bird remains, in particular of pieces of feather, is of great importance to aviation. Bird collisions are hazardous, costing millions of dollars in damage worldwide. Correct ...


5. ETI CD - Catalogue of the Chalcidoidea of the World [ETI_Chalcidoidea]
The superfamily Chalcidoidea includes about 26,000 described taxa and is one of the largest groups in the insect order Hymenoptera. Its members have the widest host range of any parasitic insect group, ...


6. ETI CD - Cultivation and Farming of Marine Plants [ETI_FarmingMarinePlants]
Cultivation of seaweed is gaining interest on a worldwide scale. It is being used as food, fertilizer and resource for chemical constituents. Approximately 500,000 tons are being traded ...


7. ETI CD - A Family of Old World (sub-) Tropical Ferns [ETI_Ferns]
This CD-ROM contains Nooteboom's complete revision of the Fern Family Davalliaceae, based on his recent series of publications. This family of mostly epiphytic/epilithic (sub-) tropical ferns is distributed ...


8. ETI CD - Arthropods of Economic Importance - Interactive Tutorial for the preparation of genitalia in Microlepidoptera [ETI_ArthropEconomic]
Genitalia often provide the most reliable characters for identification in Microlepidoptera. Dissecting genitalia is therefore a technique that should be mastered by all entomologists ...


9. ETI CD - Birds of Europe 2.0 [ETI_birdseurope]
This outstanding CD-ROM is already in use by many bird watchers, students, and scientists. Compiled by European ornithologists, Birds of Europe is a comprehensive source of information on 447 bird ...


10. ETI CD - Braconidae - An Illustrated Key to All Families [ETI_9Braconidae]
A completely revised and updated key to all subfamilies of the Braconidae of the World, by one of the leading world specialists of the group, C. van Achterberg from the National Museum of Natural ...


11. ETI CD - Copepods - Aetideidae of the World Ocean [ETI_copepods]
This taxonomic reference work, produced with the ETI branch in St. Petersburg Russia, provides multimedia information covering all species of the Calanoid Copepods of the family Aetideidae in the ...


12. ETI CD - European Butterflies [ETI_butterflies]
This multimedia CD ROM presents unique up-to-date information about at least 400 European butterflies that is not available in existing fieldguides. All species are presented with exquisite drawings, ...


13. UNESCO WWR (World Water Resources and Use) Database [UNESCO_WWR]
WWR(World Water Resources and Use)Database The International Hydrological Program (IHP) has achieved much regarding methodologies for hydrological studies and training and ...


14. ETI CD - Annonaceae - Neotropical General and Species [ETI_Annonaceae_Neotropical]
In the Neotropics (Central and South America) the Annonaceae are one of the largest tropical plant families. Some genera are of economic importance (fruits, and ornamental purposes). This CD-ROM holds ...


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