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Maintaining and updating the site requires a lot of time and effort. Therefore, we are forced to introduce a partially paid access. We expect that the costs will not be too burdensome for you, and your money will help us in the development of interactive keys, and more dynamic updates of the site.
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This project is the result of our personal initiative, effort, and funding. Presently we do not have any external funding support and if we are unable to raise enough funds through your donations, it will be necessary to limit some functions of the website. Maintenance, updates and development will also see significant negative impacts. It is our desire to provide a beautiful, functional and useful tool for all students of Carabidae. Your generosity can help us realize this goal and keep this resource available to everyone into the future.
Published: 03 March 2015 17:001 commentPublished by: Anichtchenko
Need carabid literature? We have dozens of gigabytes of digitized publications.
To make this bounty available to you we are considering adding a
Library section (with subscription-based access).
To cover the software development costs and have the files uploaded,
we need money.
If you are interested, click the Donate button at the left.
Any amount will be appreciated. Thank you! I would like to thank three person for your contribution. Your financial support helps us continue in our mission. The generous support of individuals like you makes it possible for our project to exist. To get to work, we need to score at least 50% of the amount. Thanks to you, we already have 15 %.
Thank you again for your support!
We are started to work on revision of New World carabid harpaline genus Barysomus. We borrowed most of the types (last one from St. Petersburg I will obtain in October). I asked some museums (Berlin, London, Washington etc.) for the material (both determined and undetermined). If somebody will willing to borrow material, it could be safety sent to my museum address, questions to my e-mail (email@example.com).