Occurrence record: Observations:59012842
|Data resource||iNaturalist Australia|
|Institution code||Supplied institution code "iNaturalist"|
|Collection||Supplied collection code "Observations"|
Supplied basis "HumanObservation"
Supplied as "Col Grant"
|Rights||© Col Grant some rights reserved|
|License||CC-BY-NC 4.0 (Int)
Supplied as http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/
|Rights holder||Col Grant|
|Dataset / Survey name||iNaturalist observations|
|Occurrence remarks||SUBTROPICAL RAINFOREST Observations were taken on 6 Sep 2020, almost a year after the site was burnt. This site is adjacent to the Binna Burra trailhead car park. It is an area of subtropical rainforest, a vegetation type representative of much of Lamington National Park. There is a merging into closed eucalypt forest at the northern edge of the site. There appears to have been a low-intensity burning of a localised patch of trees and woody vines at the edge of the rainforest. The trees and woody vines were scorched at their base; mature trees generally survived while some of the vines died. The forest floor is covered by a mat of burnt branches and vine fragments, along with more recent dried leaves and twigs. Note: Some branches have been removed from trees by NP staff for the safety of visitors. After a long dry period, on 8 Sep 2019 the Sarabah fire swept up the slopes of the Lamington Plateau, pushed by strong wind from the west. This major fire burnt in the district for some days before and after this date. Much of the eucalypt forest along the ridge between the village of Beechmont and Binna Burra was burnt, illustrating the scale of, and danger posed by, this blaze. Evacuations took place at the time, and houses in the district were lost.|
|Identification verification status||needs_id|
Supplied date "2020-09-06T13:37:00+10:00"
|Verbatim event date||2020-09-06 13:37|
|Scientific name||Elattostachys xylocarpa|
|Identified to rank||species|
Supplied as "Tracheophyta"
Supplied as "Magnoliopsida"
|Name match metric||exactMatch|
|Scientific name authorship||(A.Cunn. ex F.Muell.) Radlk.|
|Name parse type||SCIENTIFIC|
|State or Territory||Queensland|
Supplied as: "-28.1988"
Supplied as: "153.1869"
|Verbatim locality||Binna Burra trailhead (Lamington National Park)|
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