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FISH-BOL

Fish Barcode of Life Campaign

Website: http://www.Fishbol.org
Location: International
Members: 77
Latest Activity: Sep 14

Meetings:

  • Please consider attending the Fourth International Barcode of Life Conference in Adelaide, Australia, 28 Nov-3 Dec 2011; where we will convene a technical session dedicated to FISH-BOL.
  • Link to that conference: http://www.dnabarcodes2011.org
  • The 1st FISH-BOL World Conference will take place in June in 2012 and we will have a planning session for that meeting at the conference in Adelaide. More details will be posted here as they emerge... stay tuned!

 

The FISH-BOL collaborator's protocol has recently been published online and contains important recommendations on annotating the confidence level associated with the taxonomic identification of voucher specimens used in the campaign, among other things, please see:

http://informahealthcare.com/doi/pdf/10.3109/19401736.2010.536538

 

The FISH-BOL Campaign is discussed and reviewed in the attached paper.

Ward%20JFishBiol%202009%20FISHBOLReview.pdf

 

Discussion Forum

barcode gaps for fishes?

Started by Prasanna Kumar Dec 21, 2013.

FISH-BOL Publications 6 Replies

Started by Robert Hanner. Last reply by Lyndell M. Bade Mar 6, 2012.

Post-doc position

Started by Jonas Astrin Mar 1, 2011.

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Comment by Maloyjo Joyraj Bhattacharjee on November 16, 2012 at 4:38am

Hello friends, like to share my recent paper on freshwater catfishes DNA barcoding published in PLOSONE. The below is the link for access
http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone....

Comment by Roy Palmer on August 11, 2011 at 5:33pm

We would be happy to have an Agenda item at our FNC meeting regarding Barcode of Life and have someone attend. We are aware that Bob Ward from CSIRO was involved in this program but Bob has since retired and we haven't heard from him for some time. Check out www.seafood.net.au/fishnames and www.fishnames.com.au - we have a Standard and it is important that this is linked with all the scientific work. Potentially we hope that a simple test can be achieved to enable people to know that what they are buying is what they are receiving.

If you or anyone is able to come along and give us a briefing that would be great - linkages are important. Let me know if you or anyone can be there. Cheers Roy

 

Comment by Robert Hanner on August 11, 2011 at 3:26pm

Dear Roy,

 

Thanks for your message - can you provide a bit more information about the meeting on the 24th and whether or not this is an invitation to participate? Thanks and Best, -Bob

 

Comment by Roy Palmer on August 10, 2011 at 5:58pm

Australian Fish Names Committee

This committee is always on the look out for cheaper, efficient ways of testing species.

Next meeting is in Adelaide on 24 November

 

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