parsenames: Parse taxon names using the GBIF name parser.

Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) References Examples

Description

Parse taxon names using the GBIF name parser.

Usage

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parsenames(scientificname, ...)

Arguments

scientificname

A character vector of scientific names.

...

Further named parameters, such as query, path, etc, passed on to modify_url within GET call. Unnamed parameters will be combined with config.

Value

A data.frame containing fields extracted from parsed taxon names. Fields returned are the union of fields extracted from all species names in scientificname.

Author(s)

John Baumgartner (johnbb@student.unimelb.edu.au)

References

http://www.gbif.org/developer/species#parser

Examples

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## Not run: 
parsenames('x Agropogon littoralis')
parsenames(c('Arrhenatherum elatius var. elatius',
             'Secale cereale subsp. cereale', 'Secale cereale ssp. cereale',
             'Vanessa atalanta (Linnaeus, 1758)'))
parsenames("Ajuga pyramidata")
parsenames("Ajuga pyramidata x reptans")

# Pass on options to httr
# library('httr')
# res <- parsenames(c('Arrhenatherum elatius var. elatius',
#             'Secale cereale subsp. cereale', 'Secale cereale ssp. cereale',
#             'Vanessa atalanta (Linnaeus, 1758)'), config=progress())

## End(Not run)


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