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Identifying Aroids with CATE Araceae

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A short how-to that explains how to use the identification keys in the CATE Araceae site (http://www.cate-araceae.org) and gives a taster of what can be found in the species pages

A short how-to that explains how to use the identification keys in the CATE Araceae site (http://www.cate-araceae.org) and gives a taster of what can be found in the species pages

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  • 1. Identifying Aroids online using CATE Araceae
    • Anna Haigh, Ben Clark
    • Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
    CATE Araceae Creating a Taxonomic eScience
  • 2. Front Page http://www.cate-araceae.org Header Footer Navigation Extra Info Login, Search Main Content
  • 3. Step 1 Keys are always listed in the left in the menu To view the key you’re interested in, click on the link
  • 4. Step 2
    • This page displays information about how to use the key, and who created it
    • To launch the Key, click on “Use the Key”
  • 5. Step 3
    • Once the application has loaded, you can use the key.
    • Click on the blue question mark if you are not sure how to use it.
    • Clicking on species names will take you to the species page.
  • 6. Species Pages (1)
    • Species Pages contain:
    • The species name, authority & protolog reference
    • Images
  • 7. Species Pages (2)
    • Maps, with specimen locations where available, plus distributional information.
  • 8. Species Pages (3)
    • Other Information
  • 9. Species Pages (4)
    • Selecting a link takes you to more information