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* A Basecamp-based [https://ncboprojects.updatelog.com/projects/1487611/project/log BioPortal project management site] (login required) has User Group meeting presentations and other information.
 
* A Basecamp-based [https://ncboprojects.updatelog.com/projects/1487611/project/log BioPortal project management site] (login required) has User Group meeting presentations and other information.
  
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We also maintain a list of references on [http://www.connotea.org Connotea], using the tag "[http://www.connotea.org/tag/phenoscape phenoscape]". This list may be more up-to-date than the bibliography below. Anyone can easily recommend references (and in fact any site or resource) to us simply by tagging it with "phenoscape" in Connotea.
 
 
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#rosen1974 Rosen DE. 1974. ''[http://hdl.handle.net/2246/606 Phylogeny and zoogeography of salmoniform fishes and relationships of Lepidogalaxias salamandroides].'' Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 153:267-325.
 
#finkfink1981 Fink SV, Fink WL. 1981. ''Interrelationships of the ostariophysan fishes (Teleostei)''. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 72(4):297-353.
 
#finkfink1997 Fink, S.V. and W.L. Fink. 1997. Interrelationships of the Ostariophysi. In: ''Interrelationships of Fishes'', M. Stiassney, L. Parenti and D. Johnson (Eds). Academic Press, 209-249.
 
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Anatomy Ontologies

Anatomy mailing list Discussion of vertebrate and general anatomy issues are posted to the obo-anatomy list:

Taxonomy Ontologies

Ontology Resources

Fish resources

Morphology image database resources

Software

NCBO BioPortal support requests

Support (for issues) and feature requests for the NCBO BioPortal can be submitted through the following venues (according to Benjamin Dai, BioPortal Lead Software Architect):

NCBO BioPortal User Group:

We are a (voting) member of the BioPortal User Group. The group has monthly teleconferences where new features are being discusses and subsequently prioritized through survey-voting.