Occurrence record: Ichthyology:P34260.006

Preserved specimen of Ptereleotris uroditaenia Randall & Hoese, 1985 | Flagtail Dartgoby


Data partner OZCAM (Online Zoological Collections of Australian Museums) Provider
Data resource Western Australian Museum provider for OZCAM
Institution code Western Australian Museum
Supplied institution code "WAM"
Collection Western Australian Museum Fish Collection
Supplied collection code "Ichthyology"
Catalog number P34260.006
Occurrence ID urn:lsid:www.ozcam.org.au:wamichthy:P34260.006
Record type Preserved specimen
Supplied basis "PreservedSpecimen"
Identified by Allen, G.R.  
Identified date 1/1/2014
Collector Erdmann, M.V.  
Supplied as "Erdmann, M.V."
Individual count 3
Presence/Absence PRESENT
Supplied as present
Date identified 2014-01-01
Supplied as 1/1/2014


Event ID LEM-14-005
Sampling protocol Rotenone  
Verbatim event date 26/7/2014
Date precision NOT_SUPPLIED


Scientific name Ptereleotris uroditaenia
Identified to rank species
Common name Flagtail Dartgoby
Kingdom Animalia
Phylum Chordata
Class Actinopterygii
Order Perciformes
Family Microdesmidae
Genus Ptereleotris
Species Ptereleotris uroditaenia
Name match metric exactMatch
Scientific name authorship Randall & Hoese, 1985
Name parse type SCIENTIFIC


Country Indonesia
Latitude 1.503611
Supplied as: "1.503611"
Longitude 125.3925
Supplied as: "125.3925"
Datum EPSG:4326
Verbatim locality Aw Shucks dive site
Minimum depth in metres 37
Maximum depth in metres 38
Island group North Sulawesi
Coordinate precision Unknown
Coordinate uncertainty (in metres) 100000.0
Terrestrial false
Verbatim latitude 01°30.013`N
Marine true
Country Code ID
Verbatim longitude 125°14.573`E

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