EOL Dynamic Hierarchy Trunk (trunk)

This is the trunk for the EOL reference hierarchy. It determines the relationships among the higher taxa and adds a few taxa that are not covered by other resources.

The EOL DH trunk is maintained in TTT developed by Colin (Congtian Lin) and Jiangning Wang from Biodiversity Informatics Group of the Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

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