If a search term matches a single target, then search automaticly redirects to that page
- search for exact 'name' (eg. 'antiopa' or 'nymphalis')
- search for a starting 'name'
- search for a name ending with 'name
- search for a name containing 'name'
- higher name
- search combination "higher name" (e.g. 'nymphalis antiopa')
- higher* name*
- the wildcards can be applied to both components (e.g. 'nym* an*')
More advanced usage: The generic format is actually
- is one or two words as shown above
- matches the author names
- matches the year field
- matches the page info
- will redirect to Nymphalis antiopa, because database has only one antiopa authored by Linnaeus.
- lists names authored by Geyer, 
Queries can easily result thousands of matches. The output of the
query result stops after 2000th entry (e.g. ':linnaeus' attemps to
search all names authored by Linnaeus, and there are many). If this
happens, change query more specific.
Functionally, the query string is "Fuzzy LSID" for this
site. Sufficiently specific query (like 'papilio antiopa:linnaeus')
will always match only one item, and will always redirect to the
target. Note: 'nymphalis antiopa:linnaeus' will not match
anything, because Linnaeus didn't describe the 'antiopa' under