|Andrena pilipes Fabricius (Andrenidae, Kazakhstan)|
A database BeeCAsia is a specimen database based on the bee collection collected in Central Asia by the Kyushu University Expedition (Head Investigator: O. Tadauchi). The expedition was conducted nine times in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan Uzbekistan and Xinjiang Uygur, China from 2000 to 2004 and from 2012 to 2014. The number of the specimens is 31,847 in total at present (November 14, 2017). It is very important collection for the study of bee fauna in the Palaearctic Region. Each record consists of 19 items according to a format of the Darwin Core of the Global Biodiversity Information Facility(GBIF), such as scientific name, country, collecting locality, collecting date, collector, etc.
The related bee database files are as follows:
Report of a Central Asian Bee Project (in Japanese) (http://konchudb.agr.agr.kyushu-u.ac.jp/xcabproject/)
CAB (Image database based on Central Asian Bees) (http://konchudb.agr.agr.kyushu-u.ac.jp/xcab/)
HANABACHI (Image database based on the Japanese bees)
TABR (Reference database based on troipical Asian bees)
ELKUType (Type specimen database based on the collection preserved in the Entomological Laboratory, Kyushu University)
BeeELKU (Bee specimen database based on the collection preserved in the Entomological Laboratory, Kyushu University, except for Prof. Tadauchi's foreign collections
BeeFukuda (Bee specimen database based on Dr. Fukuda's collection)
BeeFTadauchi (Bee specimen database based on Prof. Tadauchi's collection collected in foreign countries)
ABeeBOL (DNA Barcode Database of Asian Bees)
The BeeCAsia is managed by a text database management system SIGMA.
The BeeCAsia file is supported by a Grant-in-Aid for Publication of Scientific Research Results (Head Investigator: Osamu Tadauchi) and a Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(A) (Head Investigator: Osamu Tadauchi) from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, and a Grant-in-Aid for Biodiversity Database from Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) (Head Investigator: Osamu Tadauchi).
The use of data in this database is free of charge if the objective is academic study or educational purposes.
Data and Tags are the Following 26 items.
|1.||(IDNO)||Specimen ID Number|
|3.||(DATE)||Date Last Modified|
|14.||(AU)||Scientific Name Author|
|26.||(NOTE)||Note (Associated Plants, etc)|
|Specimen ID Number|
|Date Last Modified||2014. 01. 17|
|Scientific Name||Andrena (Melanapis) fuscosa|
|Scientific Name Author||Erichson, 1835|
|Identified By||O. Tadauchi|
|State Province||South Kazakhstan Prov.|
|Locality||Jarekbas, near Shayan, S. Kazakhstan Prov.|
|Note (Associated Plants, etc)|
Tadauchi, O., C. Hirosawa, H. Inoue, T. Sugimoto, R. Murao, N. Takahashi, S. Sato, K. Mitai and Y. Hara,2009. Specimen database AIIC, Asian insect information center database, based on types and normal specimens collected in Asia and the Pacific Area, Part 1. Esakia, (49): 1-5.
Entomology Database Project Group (Head: O. Tadauchi, Editors: O. Tadauchi, R. Murao, C. Nakamura, System administrator: H. Inoue, Y. Hara, F. Kamitomo) holds the copyright on the entomology database BeeCAsia.
When a user uses the data on the BeeCAsia and publishes the study, the recommended citation is as follows: Tadauchi, O. and R. Murao (2009-) Entomology Database, BeeCAsia, http://konchudb.agr.agr.kyushu-u.ac.jp/beecasia/ (January 21, 2014).
Inquiries and Comments about BeeCAsia Should be the Following E-mail Address.