The Berlin Model was developed for botanical data initially. Zoological and botanical data are surprisingly similar though and even the lates nomenclatural codes ( [ICZN](http://www.iczn.org/iczn/index.jsp,[ICBN":http://www.bgbm.org/iapt/nomenclature/code/SaintLouis/0001ICSLContents.htm) do not diverge too much. The "BioCODE](http://www.bgbm.org/IAPT/biocode/biocode.html)) give a good overview of all coes too.
The zoological adaptation has partly been done, but zoological requirements are still not known completely.
change the formatting routine for names so that:
authors are not abbreviated
the authorstring contains the year of publication (preferably provided by the nomencl.reference)
NOT DONE: display subgenus in paranethesis between genus and species epitheton
changes to webeditor forms
hybrid name forms hidden rarely needed in zoology
ex-(basionym)authors are not needed
use different or additional terminology for:
NomenclaturalStatus (Remark: In the Diptera database (and OSF?) nomenclatural status and name relations are combined. In the Diptera database "synonym" is a status,"nomen nudum" another. The relationship between names is only expressed by citing the original name as well as the valid name)