Occurrence record: NSW894454

Preserved specimen of Bossiaea milesiae K.L.McDougall recorded on 2011-12-28
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Data partner Australia's Virtual Herbarium
Data resource NSW AVH feed
Institution code The Royal Botanic Gardens & Domain Trust
Supplied institution code "NSW"
Collection National Herbarium of New South Wales
Supplied collection code "NSW"
Catalog number NSW894454
Occurrence ID NSW:NSW:NSW894454
Record type Preserved specimen
Supplied basis "PreservedSpecimen"
Preparations sheet
Identified by Coveny, R.G.  
Collector Miles, J.  
Supplied as "Miles, J."
Record number s.n.
Reproductive condition fruits
Associated Occurrence Status Representative record
Associated occurrences This record has 1 inferred associated occurrences
For more information see Inferred associated occurrence details
License CC-BY 4.0 (Int)
Establishment means native
Type PhysicalObject
Presence/Absence PRESENT
Supplied as present
Associated records REPRESENTATIVE
Disposition in collection
Occurrence remarks Locally rare (on south bank), 3 plants at this location, 3 + seedlings 360 m downstream, 6 plants 415 m downstream. On the north bank there is a population of 200 + plants growing in a large cobble bar about 2 m above low flow river height (but in river bed and subject to flooding), starting roughly opposite the south bank lats and longs and extending 150 m downstream. Seeds collected from 3 plants.
Date identified 2014-09-02

Event

Occurrence date 2011-12-28
Date precision DAY

Taxonomy

Higher classification K.L.McDougall
Scientific name Bossiaea milesiae
Supplied scientific name "Bossiaea milesiae K.L.McDougall"
Identified to rank species
Kingdom Plantae
Phylum Charophyta
Class Equisetopsida
Order Fabales
Family Fabaceae
Genus Bossiaea
Species Bossiaea milesiae
Name match metric exactMatch
Scientific name authorship K.L.McDougall
Name parse type SCIENTIFIC
Nomenclatural code ICN
Verbatim taxon rank species

Geospatial

Country Australia
State or Territory New South Wales
Locality South bank and river bed of Brogo River, from 1 to 1.5 km downstream from Brogo Dam wall.
Habitat
Supplied as "Cobble-sand deposit at base of steep granite slope, in flood zone but above low flow channel. Mix of dryland and riparian species, with Angophora floribunda, Acacia mearnsii, A. floribunda, Hakea macraeana, Beyeria lasiocarpa, Leucopogon juniperinus, Tristaniopsis laurina, Dodonaea viscosa subsp. angustifolia, Leptosopermum brevipes, Lomandra longifolia."
Latitude -36.48828
Supplied as: "-36.48828"
Longitude 149.75194
Supplied as: "149.75194"
Datum EPSG:4326
Supplied datum: "EPSG:4283"
Verbatim coordinate system Degrees Minutes Decimal Seconds
Coordinate precision Unknown
Coordinate uncertainty (in metres) 4.0
Georeference sources GPS
County South Coast
Terrestrial true
Elevation 75 m
Verbatim latitude 36 29 17.8 S
Biome TERRESTRIAL
Marine false
Country Code AU
Verbatim longitude 149 45 07.0 E
Verbatim SRS EPSG:4326
Verbatim coordinates 36 29 17.8 S, 149 45 07.0 E

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    Referenced in publications

    Publication: Curated Plant and Invertebrate Data for Bushfire Modelling

    DOI https://doi.org/10.25919/tm4m-5a46

    This data asset contains observations of individual plants and animals (“occurrences”) sourced from the Atlas of Living Australia. Data on vascular plants are based on the following paper: Godfree et al. (2021) Implications of the 2019-2020 Megafires for the Biogeography and Conservation of Australian Vegetation. Nature Communications 12: 1023 https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-021-21266-5 Data on invertebrates are from the following report: Marsh et al. (2021) Threatened species hub report: Assessment of the impacts of the 2019-20 wildfires on southern and eastern Australia on invertebrate species. NESP Threatened Species Recovery Hub Project 8.3.1 Final report, Brisbane. Both studies were performed to understand the impacts of the Australian “Black Summer” (2019-20) fires on the taxonomic group in question. Consequently, this aggregated dataset is designed to support off-the-shelf bushfire impact modelling, and to provide useful context for associated biodiversity conservation work. A total of 896 species of vascular plants and 44,146 invertebrate species. The combined data asset was produced by the Science & Decision Support Team at the Atlas of living Australia (ALA) in collaboration with the authors of the original data sets. This was done as part of an Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) bushfire data challenges project. The data contained in this deposition has been cleaned by researchers and taxonomists to ensure it is of high quality. Therefore, compared to data returned by the ALA, the unique record ID’s may return a different species or location than is denoted in this data set: these records have potentially been changed by the authors of the data to reflect what they believe is correct.

    Version of the data used in the publication
    Scientific nameBossiaea milesiae
    Decimal latitude-36.48828
    Decimal longitude149.7519
    Year2011
    Month12

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    Inferred associated occurrence details

    This record has been identified as the representative occurrence in a group of associated occurrences. This mean other records have been detected that seem to relate to this record and this particular record has the most detailed information on the occurrence. More information about the duplication detection methods and terminology in use is available here:

    Representative Record
    Record UUID 6851d18e-d27d-4509-add0-cf21cbf5db4d
    Data Resource NSW AVH feed
    Raw Scientific Name Bossiaea milesiae K.L.McDougall
    Coordinates -36.48828,149.75194
    Related records
    Record UUID b4569790-8605-4c13-98d7-2cb2d17ba379
    Data Resource
    Raw Scientific Name Bossiaea milesiae K.L.McDougall
    Coordinates -36.48828,149.75194

    Additional political boundaries information

    Area Management
    Atlas of Life in the Coastal Wilderness Atlas of Life in the Coastal Wilderness
    GER Kosciuszko to Coast GER Kosciuszko to Coast
    GER National Corridor GER National Corridor
    Great Eastern Ranges Initiative GER Great Eastern Ranges Initiative
    NRM Regions 2010 Southern Rivers
    NRM Regions 2017 South East NSW
    Area management
    National Landcare Program Management Units 2018 South East NSW
    Biodiversity
    IBRA 6 Regions South East Corner
    IBRA 7 Regions South East Corner
    IBRA 7 Subregions South East Coastal Ranges
    Hydrology
    Drainage Divisions Level 1 South East Coast (NSW)
    Drainage Divisions Level 2 BEGA 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 Bega Valley (A)
    Local Government Areas 2012 deprecated Bega Valley
    Local Government Areas PSMA 2018 BEGA VALLEY SHIRE COUNCIL
    NSW Local Land Services Regions South East
    PSMA ABS Census Indigenous Language Speakers by Area - I01B (2016) 13
    PSMA ABS Census Selected Person Characteristics by Indigenous Status by Area - I01A (2016) 1044
    PSMA ABS Greater Capital City Statistical Areas (2016) REST OF NSW
    PSMA ABS SA2 Statistical Areas (2016) BEGA-EDEN HINTERLAND
    PSMA ABS SA3 Statistical Areas (2016) SOUTH COAST
    PSMA ABS SA4 Statistical Areas (2016) CAPITAL REGION
    PSMA Commonwealth Electoral Boundaries (2018) EDEN-MONARO
    PSMA Indigenous Areas (2016) BEGA VALLEY
    PSMA Indigenous Locations (2016) BEGA - SURROUNDS
    PSMA Indigenous Regions (2016) SOUTH-EASTERN NSW
    PSMA Remoteness Areas (2016) Outer Regional Australia
    PSMA State Electoral Boundaries (2018) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL
    PSMA States (2016) NEW SOUTH WALES
    World Country Boundaries Australia
    Vegetation
    Australia's Indigenous forest estate (2013) v2.0 Non-Indigenous, Native forest
    Forests of Australia (2013) v2.0 Eucalypt Medium Woodland
    Forests of Australia 2018B Other native forest
    NVIS 4.1 Major Vegetation Groups Eucalypt Woodlands
    NVIS 4.1 Major Vegetation Subgroups Eucalyptus woodlands with ferns, herbs, sedges, rushes or wet tussock grassland
    Tenure of Australia's forests (2013) v2.0 Private Freehold
    Vegetation types - native Eucalypt woodlands
    Vegetation types - present cleared, non-native vegetation, buildings

    Environmental sampling for this location

    Biodiversity
    Occurrence Density 6880.0 frequency
    Species Richness 862.0 frequency
    Climate
    Precipitation - annual (Bio12) 832.0 mm
    Precipitation - coldest quarter (Bio19) 150.0 mm
    Precipitation - driest period (Bio14) 6.0 mm
    Precipitation - driest quarter (Bio17) 135.0 mm
    Precipitation - seasonality (Bio15) 27.0 mm
    Precipitation - warmest quarter (Bio18) 242.0 mm
    Precipitation - wettest period (Bio13) 25.0 mm
    Precipitation - wettest quarter (Bio16) 260.0 mm
    Radiation - annual mean (Bio20) 15.9 MJ/m2/day
    Radiation - seasonality (Bio23) 38.0
    Radiation - warmest quarter (Bio26) 22.4 MJ/m2/day
    Temperature - annual mean (Bio01) 15.1 degrees C
    Temperature - annual range (Bio07) 24.8 degrees C
    Temperature - coldest period min (Bio06) 2.0 degrees C
    Temperature - coldest quarter mean (Bio11) 9.8 degrees C
    Temperature - diurnal range mean (Bio02) 12.8 degrees C
    Temperature - driest quarter mean (Bio09) 10.5 degrees C
    Temperature - isothermality (Bio03) 0.52 %
    Temperature - seasonality (Bio04) 1.41
    Temperature - warmest period max (Bio05) 26.8 degrees C
    Temperature - warmest quarter (Bio10) 20.2 degrees C
    Temperature - wettest quarter mean (Bio08) 19.4 degrees C
    WorldClim 2.1: Temperature - annual mean 14.929167 °C
    WorldClim: Temperature - isothermality 50.0 %
    Substrate
    Moisture Index - annual mean (Bio28) 0.61
    Moisture Index - highest quarter mean (Bio32) 0.83
    Elevation 116.0 m