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Lysator

Contents

  • Taxonavigation 1
  • Name 2
  • Primary references 3
  • Projects hosted by Lysator 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Taxonavigation

Subgenus: Neolimulodes
Species: Lysator

Name

  • Lysator & , 1943
    • Authority for placement: objective (type species)
    • Gender: unchangeable (patronym)
    • Original genus: Limulodes , 1867
    • Original status: valid species
    • Primary type: holotype
      • Fixation: designated
      • Decsription: [adult] female
      • Repository: authors
    • Type host: Aphaenogaster aquia (as Aphaenogaster fulva aquia)
    • Type locality: 'Justice, Cook Co., Illinois'

Primary references

[first availability, see p. [1] Lysator began migrating to a new 3U home rack,[1] increasing their available storage space from 700GB to 13TB.[2]

Projects hosted by Lysator

Lysator has been a starting ground for many notable projects, some of which have since become independent from the club:

See also

References

  1. ^ http://root.blogs.lysator.liu.se/2010/08/02/hemdisk-och-natverk/
  2. ^ http://root.blogs.lysator.liu.se/2010/07/13/migrering-hemdisk-30-31-juli/

External links

  • Homepage of Lysator
  • History of Lysator


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