Occurrence record: Transcription of K. H. L. Key's field notebook 22 - Key_notebook_22_523

Human observation of Pycnostictus seriatus de Saussure, 1884 recorded on 1949-11-23
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Data resource Transcription of K. H. L. Key's field notebook 22
Catalog number Key_notebook_22_523
Record type Human observation
Supplied basis "Human Observation"
Identified by K. H. L. Key  
Collector Chinnick, L.J.  
Supplied as "L. J. Chinnick"
License UNSPECIFIED
Presence/Absence PRESENT
Supplied as Present
Field notes Transcription of notebook 22 of K. H. L. Key's field notebook collection in the Australian National Insect Collection (ANIC). This trip was part of a general expedition to the Cooper Creek area by the ANIC. Lew J. Chinnick was the collector and he was accompanied by Charlie Mayo, Edgar Riek, Ian Common, Tom Greaves and Ted Rafferty. The trip was described in Upton, M.S. (1997). A rich and diverse Fauna: the history of the Australian National Insect Collection 1926-1991. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Victoria.
Occurrence remarks red compact loam Casuariana - Heterodendron association. Trees Het. oleofolium dominant with an odd Hakea leucoptera. Timber in lightly cleared scrub formation. Soil red compact loam. Pasture Atriplex (annual), Salsola kali, Bassia lanicuspis in isolated clumps. lots of buffel grass now present

Event

Event ID KHLKey_notebook_22
Occurrence date 1949-11-23
Sampling protocol 0.5 to 1 hr ground survey  
Date precision DAY

Taxonomy

Scientific name Pycnostictus seriatus
Identified to rank species
Kingdom Animalia
Phylum Arthropoda
Class Insecta
Order Orthoptera
Family Acrididae
Genus Pycnostictus
Species Pycnostictus seriatus
Name match metric exactMatch
Scientific name authorship de Saussure, 1884
Name parse type SCIENTIFIC

Geospatial

Country Australia
State or Territory New South Wales
Latitude -31.711947
Supplied as: "-31.711947"
Longitude 144.153617
Supplied as: "144.153617"
Datum EPSG:4326
Supplied datum: "WGS84"
Verbatim coordinate system odometer, miles
Field notes Transcription of notebook 22 of K. H. L. Key's field notebook collection in the Australian National Insect Collection (ANIC). This trip was part of a general expedition to the Cooper Creek area by the ANIC. Lew J. Chinnick was the collector and he was accompanied by Charlie Mayo, Edgar Riek, Ian Common, Tom Greaves and Ted Rafferty. The trip was described in Upton, M.S. (1997). A rich and diverse Fauna: the history of the Australian National Insect Collection 1926-1991. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Victoria.
Coordinate precision 0.0016
Coordinate uncertainty (in metres) 161.0
Georeference verification status True
Georeference sources R502 historical topographic maps, Google Earth, Bonzle
Georeferenced by Michael R. Kearney
Terrestrial true
Biome TERRESTRIAL
Marine false
Country Code AU
Verbatim coordinates 9301

Additional properties

odometer 9301
verbatim coordinate precision within 1 mile
verbatim coordinate uncertainty within 1 mile

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    Additional political boundaries information

    Area Management
    NRM Regions 2010 Western
    NRM Regions 2017 Western
    Area management
    National Landcare Program Management Units 2018 Western
    Biodiversity
    IBRA 6 Regions Murray Darling Depression
    IBRA 7 Regions Murray Darling Depression
    IBRA 7 Subregions Darling Depression
    Hydrology
    Drainage Divisions Level 1 Murray-Darling Basin
    Drainage Divisions Level 2 DARLING RIVER
    Marine
    States including coastal waters New South Wales (including Coastal Waters)
    Political
    ASGS Australian States and Territories New South Wales
    Australian States and Territories New South Wales
    Local Government Areas 2011 Central Darling (A)
    Local Government Areas PSMA 2018 CENTRAL DARLING SHIRE COUNCIL
    NSW Local Land Services Regions Western
    PSMA ABS Census Indigenous Language Speakers by Area - I01B (2016) 49
    PSMA ABS Census Selected Person Characteristics by Indigenous Status by Area - I01A (2016) 2255
    PSMA ABS Greater Capital City Statistical Areas (2016) REST OF NSW
    PSMA ABS SA2 Statistical Areas (2016) FAR WEST
    PSMA ABS SA3 Statistical Areas (2016) BROKEN HILL AND FAR WEST
    PSMA ABS SA4 Statistical Areas (2016) FAR WEST AND ORANA
    PSMA Commonwealth Electoral Boundaries (2018) PARKES
    PSMA Indigenous Areas (2016) FAR WEST
    PSMA Indigenous Locations (2016) BROKEN HILL - SURROUNDS
    PSMA Indigenous Regions (2016) NORTH-WESTERN NSW
    PSMA Remoteness Areas (2016) Very Remote Australia
    PSMA State Electoral Boundaries (2018) BARWON
    PSMA States (2016) NEW SOUTH WALES
    World Country Boundaries Australia
    Vegetation
    Australia's Indigenous forest estate (2013) v2.0 Non-Indigenous, Non forest
    Forests of Australia (2013) v2.0 Non Forest
    Forests of Australia 2018B Non forest
    NVIS 4.1 Major Vegetation Groups Other Open Woodlands
    NVIS 4.1 Major Vegetation Subgroups Casuarina and Allocasuarina open woodlands with a shrubby understorey
    Tenure of Australia's forests (2013) v2.0 Leasehold
    Vegetation types - native Casuarina forests and woodlands
    Vegetation types - present Casuarina forests and woodlands

    Environmental sampling for this location

    Climate
    Precipitation - annual (Bio12) 285.0 mm
    Precipitation - coldest quarter (Bio19) 68.0 mm
    Precipitation - driest period (Bio14) 4.0 mm
    Precipitation - driest quarter (Bio17) 62.0 mm
    Precipitation - seasonality (Bio15) 17.0 mm
    Precipitation - warmest quarter (Bio18) 77.0 mm
    Precipitation - wettest period (Bio13) 7.0 mm
    Precipitation - wettest quarter (Bio16) 77.0 mm
    Radiation - annual mean (Bio20) 19.5 MJ/m2/day
    Radiation - seasonality (Bio23) 35.0
    Radiation - warmest quarter (Bio26) 27.0 MJ/m2/day
    Temperature - annual mean (Bio01) 19.5 degrees C
    Temperature - annual range (Bio07) 31.4 degrees C
    Temperature - coldest period min (Bio06) 4.1 degrees C
    Temperature - coldest quarter mean (Bio11) 11.7 degrees C
    Temperature - diurnal range mean (Bio02) 14.4 degrees C
    Temperature - driest quarter mean (Bio09) 13.2 degrees C
    Temperature - isothermality (Bio03) 0.46 %
    Temperature - seasonality (Bio04) 2.08
    Temperature - warmest period max (Bio05) 35.5 degrees C
    Temperature - warmest quarter (Bio10) 27.2 degrees C
    Temperature - wettest quarter mean (Bio08) 27.1 degrees C
    WorldClim: Temperature - isothermality 46.0 %
    Substrate
    Moisture Index - annual mean (Bio28) 0.15
    Moisture Index - highest quarter mean (Bio32) 0.28
    Elevation 76.0 m