FCBS Bromeliad Species Online Database: Database Help
The FCBS Bromeliad Species Online Database consists of the following fields:
The Species Database is kept up to date by Uncle Derek. See his comments here.
- Record #: - A unique number to identify the database record.
- Genus #: - A number based on the systematic sequence published in the Smith & Downs monograph: Bromeliaceae (Flora Neotropica, number 14, parts 1-3; 1974, 1977, 1979).
- Species #: - a number assigned according to its systematic position in the monograph.
- Genus: - The genus name.
- Species: - The species name.
- Named By: - the person who named and described the species.
- Collection Country: - The country where the bromeliad species was collected.
- Collection State: - The state where the bromeliad species was collected.
- Collection Town/Area: - The Town/Area where the bromeliad species was collected.
- References: - Published works about the species.
- Remarks: - Miscellaneous information about a species.
- New Genus Name: - Bromeliad has been reclassified to this new genus(synonym).
- New Species Name: - - The old name is now a synonym and has been replace by this new name.
- Is Synonym: - A Yes/No field used to facilitate searching for valid species.
- New Name Reference: - Published works relating to the name change.
- New Name Remarks: - Remarks related to the name change.
- Photos: - A link to photos held in the FCBS Bromeliad Photo Index Database
- Modify date: - The last date the record was modified.
- Creation date: - The date the record was created.
FCBS Bromeliad Species Online Database: Search Help
You may search on a single field in the database or a combination of two or more fields.
If you wish to search for all the Aechmea species, including synonyms, select Aechmea from the Genus: field and click the "View Records" button.
Alternatively, if you wish to search for all the Aechmea species without the synonyms (to get a count of valid species), select Aechmea from the Genus: field and No from the Is Synonym: field.
Returning a list of species names for a particular genus is one of the useful things you can do with this database. Be sure to select a "Sort Order" for your query. You can sort by "Species" to return an alphabetical listing or you can sort by "Species #", a list sorted this way will show you how the species are related to each other
If you are looking for a particular plant, just enter its name in the Name: field. Case does not matter unless you select "Match Case" from the Search Options at the bottom of the Search form.
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