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Proceedings Volume of the London Barcode Conference Now Available Without Charge!

Proceedings of the First International Barcode Conference, London, February 2005

On October 29, 2005, the Royal Society published a themed issue of Philosophical Transactions: Biological Sciences (Volume 360, Number 1462) devoted to papers presented at the First International Barcode Conference, held at The Natural History, London on 7-9 February 2005.

By special arrangement with the Royal Society, Member Organizations of the Consortium for the Barcode of Life (CBOL) and other visitors to the CBOL website may access, without charge, the table of contents, abstracts and full text of all articles and appendices of this volume.

The contents of the Philosophical Transactions: Biological Sciences Volume 360, Number 1462 remain the property of the Royal Society and the authors. They are being made available to CBOL’s Member Organizations through a special non-exclusive non-competitive arrangement. Visitors may download and use the contents of the volume for non-commercial purposes. CBOL asks that these contents not be re-posted to another website or disseminated by other means, except for the direct use by CBOL Member Organizations for purposes of research and education.

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