Plinian Endemicity Extension

http://purl.org/plic/terms/3.2.1/Endemicity

Under Development

A marker that indicates that an organism lives exclusively in a particular territory and can not be found anywhere else. List of areas structured and categorized by the degree of safety.

Keywords: plic:Endemicity; dwc:Taxon

Link: http://purl.org/plic/extension/3.2.1/endemicity.xml


Properties



Endemicity

EdemicTo
The concept is applied to one or several countries, in this case it's recommended to separate the values with a vertical bar (';');
See also http://purl.org/wiki/terms/EndemicTo
Examples: "Giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca (David, 1869) endemic to China.", F"Quetzal Resplendent (Pharomachrus mocinno de la Llave, 1832) endemic to Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama."
Qualified Namehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/EndemicTo
Namespacehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/
GroupEndemicity
Data Type string
Requiredfalse
EndemicIn
The concept is applied to an area either multinational or local.
See also http://purl.org/plic/wiki/EndemicIn
Examples: "Vicuña (Vicugna vicugna Molina, 1782) endemic to the Andean region.", "Manzanilla Real (Artemisia granatensis Boiss.) endemic to the peaks of Sierra Nevada (Spain)."
Qualified Namehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/EndemicIn
Namespacehttp://purl.org/plic/terms/
GroupEndemicity
Data Type string
Requiredfalse