Stefania woodleyi is a species of frog in the family Hemiphractidae. It is endemic to the eastern part of the Pakaraima Mountains in Guyana, including Mount Wokomung and Mount Ayanganna. Males measure 35–46 mm and females 44–60 mm in snout–vent length; the skin on the dorsum is shagreened to granular and medium brown in colour with irregular ochre spots or reticulations. The female carries eggs on her back. Natural habitat of Stefania woodleyi is primary lowland forest at elevations of 100–900 m asl, it is an uncommon species found near streams on rocks or branches. It can co-occur with Stefania evansi. No threats to this species have been identified, its range includes Kaieteur National Park
The LC Linked Data Service is an initiative of the Library of Congress that publishes authority data as linked data. It is referred to by its URI: id.loc.gov. The first offering of the LC Linked Data Service was the Library of Congress Subject Headings dataset, released in April 2009. Library of Congress Subject Headings Library of Congress Name authorities Library of Congress Classification—because LC Classification uses a different MARC format than LC Authorities, mapping LC Classification to MADS/RDF was more difficult than mapping LCSH or LC Name authorities. Library of Congress Thesaurus for Graphic Materials Various MARC codes Various preservation vocabularies The service presents data in MADS/RDF and SKOS where appropriate, but uses its own ontology to describe classification resources and relationships more accurately. All records are available individually via content negotiation as XHTML/RDFa, RDF/XML, N-Triples, JSON; each vocabulary is available to download in its entirety. Id.loc.gov does not provide a SPARQL endpoint.
All of LCSH are cross linked with RAMEAU, an authority file from the Bibliothèque nationale de France. The id.loc.gov site used a lightweight Python program to serve linked data. Authority control BIBFRAME Virtual International Authority File LC Linked Data Service