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The Information System on the vascular flora of Spain
An interactive encyclopedia about the taxonomy, natural history, distribution, abundance & ecology of species. Includes identification guides, maps & tools
Dryades is the Italian branch of KeyToNature. The website of Dryades gives access to interactive guides for the identification of plants, fungi and animals, to iconographical archives, and to databases on the biodiversity of Italy. A special section is dedicated to products specifically designed for schools
A tool that allows us to identify vascular plants of the Iberian Peninsula by entering a free text description, or using dichotomous keys with the possibility of making field restrictions. At the moment it is fully available only in Spanish: although the interface is also in English, the taxon descriptions are not yet translated
EDIT is the collective answer of 28 leading European, North American and Russian institutions to a call of the European Commission, issued in 2004, for a network in Taxonomy for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research
A Global Information System on Fishes
Web access to the largest work of the Botanical Garden of Madrid: the flora of the Iberian Peninsula, with taxon descriptions and classic dichotomous keys. Only in Spanish.

Global Biodiversity Information Facility: free and open access to biodiversity data
Spanish node for Global Biodiversity Information Facility: free and open access to biodiversity data.
IdentifyLife provides an index and access to identification keys and other identification resources from throughout the World Wide Web
LifeWatch is an innovative virtual laboratory for the analysis of the biological diversity of our environment
MarBEF, a network of excellence funded by the European Union and consisting of 94 European marine institutes, is a platform to integrate and disseminate knowledge and expertise on marine biodiversity
Species 2000 is a "federation" of database organisations working closely with users, taxonomists and sponsoring agencies, to create a validated checklist of all the world's species (plants, animals, fungi and microbes
The Encyclopedia of Life is an ecosystem of websites that makes all key information about all life on Earth accessible to anyone, anywhere in the world
The World Biodiversity Database] currently consists of 20 separate projects, each with its own interface and feature set. These projects cover a total of 25472 unique taxa, plus an additional 3958 synonyms.The interface of the WBD is available in english only, but content is partly translated into 16 different languages.