History of
  Turbellarian Research
      compiled by Steve Schilling

Seth Tyler

full name: Seth Tyler
name as it appears in literature list: Tyler S
foreign spelling in taxonomic list:
year of birth:
year of death:
research specialty:
notes/comments: - Student of Reinhard Rieger.
- Collaborated with Louise Bush to automate her massive card file.
- Created and maintained the software to provide an online "Turbellarian Taxonomic Database". Provides stewardship for the electronic and paper information. This work has been sustained from 1991 to present.
- An editor of World Register of Marine Species
last update:2012-08-04 11:03:42

List publications of Tyler S (whose author list includes string "Tyler S").

List turbellarian taxa described by Tyler (whose authority includes string "Tyler").

List collecting sites ascribed to Tyler (whose authority includes string "Tyler").


  date author title description link rank
details Jun 19, 2016 Tyler S, Schilling S, Hooge M, and Bush LF Turbellarian Taxonomic Database Turbellarian taxonomy, images, literature and geographic distribution information. Web site[stable]
details Jun 19, 2016 Seth Tyler, Matt Hooge, Wolfgang Sterrer, Christiane Todt Global Worming A project gauging global biodiversity and phylogenetic relationships of lower worms of the meiofauna, specifically the Acoelomorpha, Catenulida, and Gnathostomulida Web site[stable]
details Aug 8, 2012 Sterrer W, Tyler S Gnathostomulida --- Taxonomic Database Gnathostomulida taxonomy, literature and geographic distribution information. Web site[?]
details Jun 19, 2016   World Register of Marine Species   Web site[stable]
details Jan 1, 2014 University of Maine, Office of Human Resources 35 Years of Service - Seth Tyler Summary of Dr. Tyler's contributions of 35 years at the University Web site[stable]
details Jan 1, 2014 by Aimee Dolloff | Photography by Matthew Hooge Faculty Highlights - Global Worming description of the Turbellarian and Gnathostomulid work and data bases Web site[stable]
details Jan 1, 2014 University of Maine, Office of Human Resources Faculty- School of Biology and Ecology see Dr. Seth Tyler in the list. Web site[stable]
details 1998 Rieger RM 100 Years of Research on "Turbellaria".