DNA Surveillance
Genetic Species Identification

DNA Surveillance is a system for the identification of species using phylogenetic analyses. Reference alignments for identifying members of specific taxonomic groups using individual gene regions have been developed by taxon specialists.

Reference Databases:

What Rat is That? (Rattus)

Witness for the Whales - (Cetacea)

Carnivora Mini-Barcodes - (Carnivora)

Brazilian parrots - (Psittacidae)

Brazilian tyrant-flycatchers - (Passeriformes: Tyrannidae)

Seahorse Sleuth - (Hippocampus)

Inspector Foode's Technical Assistant - (role playing)

 


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