Biodiversity inventories in high gear: DNA barcoding facilitates a rapid biotic survey of a temperate nature reserve
Telfer, A; Young, M; Quinn, J; Perez, K; Sobel, C; Sones, J; Levesque-Beaudin, V; Derbyshire, R; Fernandez-Triana, J; Rougerie, R; Thevanayagam, A; Boskovic, A; Borisenko, A; Cadel, A; Brown, A; Pages, A; Castillo, A; Nicolai, A; Glenn Mockford, BM; Bukowski, B; Wilson, B; Trojahn, B; Lacroix, CA; Brimblecombe, C; Hay, C; Ho, C; Steinke, C; Warne, C; Garrido Cortes, C; Engelking, D; Wright, D; Lijtmaer, D; Gascoigne, D; Hernandez Martich, D; Morningstar, D; Neumann, D; Steinke, D; Marco DeBruin, DD; Dobias, D; Sears, E; Richard, E; Damstra, E; Zakharov, E; Laberge, F; Collins, G; Blagoev, G; Grainge, G; Ansell, G; Meredith, G; Hogg, Ian D.; McKeown, J; Topan, J; Bracey, J; Guenther, J; Sills-Gilligan, J; Addesi, J; Persi, J; Layton, K; D'Souza, K; Dorji, K; Grundy, K; Nghidinwa, K; Ronnenberg, K; Lee, KM; Xie, L; Lu, L; Penev, L; Gonzalez, M; Rosati, M; Kekkonen, M; Kuzmina, M; Iskandar, M; Mutanen, M; Fatahi, M; Pentinsaari, M; Bauman, M; Nikolova, N; Ivanova, N; Jones, N; Weerasuriya, N; Monkhouse, N; Lavinia, P; Jannetta, P; Hanisch, P; McMullin, RT; Ojeda Flores, R; Mouttet, R; Vender, R; Labbee, R; Forsyth, R; Lauder, R; Dickson, R; Kroft, R; Miller, S; MacDonald, S; Panthi, S; Pedersen, S; Sobek-Swant, S; Naik, S; Lipinskaya, T; Eagalle, T; Decaëns, T; Kosuth, T; Braukmann, T; Woodcock, T; Roslin, T; Zammit, T; Campbell, V; Dinca, V; Peneva, V; Hebert, P; deWaard, J
Telfer, A., Young, M., Quinn, J., Perez, K., Sobel, C., Sones, J., … Rougerie, R. (2015). Biodiversity inventories in high gear: DNA barcoding facilitates a rapid biotic survey of a temperate nature reserve. Biodiversity Data Journal, 3, e6313–e6313. http://doi.org/10.3897/BDJ.3.e6313
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Comprehensive biotic surveys, or ‘all taxon biodiversity inventories’ (ATBI), have traditionally been limited in scale or scope due to the complications surrounding specimen sorting and species identification. To circumvent these issues, several ATBI projects have successfully integrated DNA barcoding into their identification procedures and witnessed acceleration in their surveys and subsequent increase in project scope and scale. The Biodiversity Institute of Ontario partnered with the rare Charitable Research Reserve and delegates of the 6th International Barcode of Life Conference to complete its own rapid, barcode-assisted ATBI of an established land trust in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada.
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