These citations use slight modifications of Turabian Scientific Style, as formatted by The University of Chicago Press.
We recommend you only cite information that has been trusted. As with most web pages, species pages will likely change, so citations will not refer to a static source.
If the page has been reviewed by a curator, list all the curators as editors:
If the page has not been reviewed:
We recommend you only cite information that has been trusted. Some objects may be removed or changed at any time, and EOL does not guarantee permanency of link references to data objects.
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Build a citation using the information provided in the object's page. Include the author or photographer of the object, its revision or copyright year, the taxon name and the object title, the original source, the date you viewed it, and EOL data object URL. Editor(s) of the EOL page or original source are optional but recommended.