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Welcome to our CD-ROM & DVD-ROM catalogue! Since 1991, we have released a total of 113 CD-ROMs and DVD-ROMs, in two different series. Below, titles 1 through 10 are listed. Click on a title for detailed information, or use the Next and Previous links.

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Annonaceae - Genera Worldwide Genera Worldwide

Annonaceae - Genera Worldwide

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 purposes). This CD-ROM holds a fully up-to-date information system with an overview of all known genera (121) of the Annonaceae and was composed... More >>

 Windows: available now.  Mac: available now.

Annonaceae - Neotropical Genera and Species Neotropical Genera and Species

Annonaceae - Neotropical Genera and Species

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 a fully up-to-date information system on all known neotropical genera (39) of the Annonaceae with concise descriptions and additional information.... More >>

 Windows: available now.  Mac: available now.

Arthropods of Economic Importance - Agromyzidae of the World Agromyzidae of the World

Arthropods of Economic Importance - Agromyzidae of the World

The mining flies are a highly diverse dipteran family of exclusively phytophagous species. The world fauna consists of about 2,750 species. Of these, some 110 species are known to occur on cultivated plants. A number of species are of particular importance, especially Liriomyza and Ophiomyia species. This CD-ROM aims to improve of the management... More >>

 Windows: available now.  Mac: available now.

Arthropods of Economic Importance - Diaspididae of the World Diaspididae of the World

Arthropods of Economic Importance - Diaspididae of the World

Armoured scale insects are important agricultural, horticultural and forestry pests that are difficult to indentify. This CD-ROM holds an interactive identification guide and information source on economically important diaspidids of the world. It aims to enable agricultural entomologists working in agriculture, horticulture and forestry... More >>

 Windows: available now.  Mac: available now.

Arthropods of Economic Importance - Eurasian Tortricidae Eurasian Tortricidae

Arthropods of Economic Importance - Eurasian Tortricidae

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 and horticulture, as well as in plant-protection and quarantine. It contains a pictorial key to the males and females of 189 species, detailed information... More >>

 Windows: available now.  Mac: available now.

Arthropods of Economic Importance - Interactive tutorial for the preparation of genitalia in Microlepidoptera Interactive tutorial for the preparation of genitalia in Microlepidoptera

Arthropods of Economic Importance - Interactive tutorial for the preparation of genitalia in Microlepidoptera

This interactive CD-ROM on the preparation of genitalia of Microlepidoptera is a teaching tool that aims to facilitate the procedures of dissecting genitalia and the making of genitalia slides for relatively inexperienced users. Described are the procedures used for the economically important superfamily Tortricoidea, which have broad application... More >>

 Windows: available now.  Mac: available now.

Bats of the Indian Subcontinent

Bats of the Indian Subcontinent

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, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and the Maldives. Extralimital localities from Afghanistan, northern Myanmar and Tibet are also... More >>

 Windows: available now.  Mac: available now.

Biodiversity through Evolution - An interactive education tool for secondary schools and undergraduate university teaching An interactive education tool for secondary schools and undergraduate university teaching

Biodiversity through Evolution - An interactive education tool for secondary schools and undergraduate university teaching

Biodiversity – the incredible and varied life forms that occupy our planet Earth – is the starting point of a programme that focuses mainly on evolution. The best known scientific explanation for biodiversity is Darwin’s theory of natural selection, and the fundamental aspects and implications of the theory are discussed step by step.... More >>

 Windows: available now.  Mac: not available.

Bird Remains Identification System

Bird Remains Identification System

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 identification of the remains improves the accuracy of bird strike statistics and thus contributes to flight safety. In fields like archeology and... More >>

 Windows: available now.  Mac: available now.

Birds of Europe

Birds of Europe

Birds of Europe includes a unique identification key to all species, descriptions of the main field characters and illustrations of each species, audio recordings of songs and calls, drawings of eggs for a large number of species, illustrated habitats, sonograms, photographs, and videos. The CD-ROM also provides information on the summer,... More >>

 Windows: available now.  Mac: not available.

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