Occurrence record: K. Murray (K. Aplin sorted database):9789
|Data resource||The distribution and host range of the pandemic disease chytridiomycosis in Australia, spanning surveys from 1956 to 2007.|
|Collection||Supplied collection code "K. Murray (K. Aplin sorted database)"|
Supplied basis "HumanObservation"
Supplied as "D. Driscoll"
|Associated Occurrence Status||Associated record|
The occurrence is associated with a representative record.
For more information see Inferred associated occurrence details
Supplied as present
|Country conservation||Critically Endangered|
|Data generalizations||Record is Critically Endangered in Western Australia. Generalised to 10 km by WA DEC.|
|State conservation||Western Australia: Critically Endangered|
Supplied as year:1994
|Sampling protocol||Opportunistic collection of sick and dead amphibians (including apparently healthy museum collections). Details of opportunistic collection can be found in (Berger et al. 1998, Berger 2001, Berger et al. 2004, Department of the Environment and Heritage 2006a).|
|Scientific name||Geocrinia alba|
|Identified to rank||species|
|Common name||White-bellied Frog|
|Name match metric||exactMatch|
|Scientific name authorship||Wardell-Johnson & Roberts, 1989|
|Name parse type||SCIENTIFIC|
|State or Territory||
Supplied as: "WA"
Supplied as: "-34.1"
Supplied as: "115.1"
|Coordinate uncertainty (in metres)||10000.0|
|Coordinates generalised||Due to sensitivity concerns, the coordinates of this record have been generalised: "Record is Critically Endangered in Western Australia. Generalised to 10 km by WA DEC.".|
Data quality tests
Data Quality Details
|Coordinate uncertainty meters invalid||Warning|
|Country inferred from coordinates||Warning|
|Geodetic datum assumed WGS84||Warning|
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Inferred associated occurrence details
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