|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication:||2014|
|Authors:||Rambold, G, Elix, JA, Heindl-Tenhunen, B, Köhler, T, III, THNash, Neubacher, D, Reichert, W, Zedda, L, Triebel, D|
Over the past 12 years, the lichen trait database LIAS light as a component of the LIAS information system, has grown to a considerable pool of descriptive data based on 71 different qualitative, quantitative, and text characters, for nearly 10.000 lichen taxa, being phylogenetically arranged according to the MycoNet classification. It includes information on morphological, ecological and chemical traits. Multilinguality or internationalization options have become a central challenge of the project. At present, 18 language versions of the database and web interface exist. LIAS light data are accessible in DELTA format and to be used locally and web browser-based, via NaviKey applet.