And we've put together a handy little guide to show you all the new features and enhancements - why don't you have a quick look to check out all the new features and enhancements?
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How Reuse Content and Cite AntWeb:
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We've made it easier to cite AntWeb by providing a "Cite this page" tool at the top right of each page. By clicking on that, you'll be able to copy the citation to use.
To cite AntWeb as a whole (example):
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Taxonomic names in Antweb
Taxonomic names in Antweb are provided from three sources: The Bolton Catalog of ant names, specimen records, and user created species lists (Regions, Projects). The Bolton Catalog of valid names and regional and project species lists provide a filter to all names in AntWeb.