Content preview: G?day John I reckon Scythebill (http://blog.scythebill.com)
will do what you want. It can switch between IOC and Clements taxonomy in
a blink. IOC 4.3 was incorporated into Scythebill the same day it was
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I reckon Scythebill (http://blog.scythebill.com) will do what you want. It=
can switch between IOC and Clements taxonomy in a blink. IOC 4.3 was inco=
rporated into Scythebill the same day it was released. =
This section of the online manual deals with how to handle taxonomic change=
I=92ve been using this software (on Mac and PC) for a few months now and li=
ke it more all the time.
On 3 Oct 2014, at 5:21 pm, John Leonard <> wrote:
> Ok, this is a really specific request and I don't expect that such a prod=
uct exists, however....
> At present I keep my life list on an ioc spreadsheet, and I simply bold t=
he spp I have seen. However it gets a pain when new editions are issued.
> What I really want is a program that has the ioc list where I can tick th=
e species I have seen. It automatically updates, and when it does it sends =
helpful messages such as "4 species you have ticked have been affected by s=
plits/lumps", "a species you have ticked has been moved to a different fami=
> Any suggestions?
> John Leonard
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