Occurrence record: AK201824
|Data resource||New Zealand Virtual Herbarium|
Auckland War Memorial Museum
Supplied institution code "AK"
Auckland War Memorial Museum Herbarium
Supplied collection code "AK"
Supplied basis "PreservedSpecimen"
Supplied scientific name "Stenocybe byssacea (Fr.) Nyl."
|Identified to rank||
Supplied as "species"
|Name match metric||higherMatch|
|Scientific name authorship||Nyl. ex Körb.|
|Name parse type||SCIENTIFIC|
Supplied as: "-47.408996"
Supplied as: "16.429471"
Supplied datum: "WGS84"
Supplied as "AT, Austria covers an area that had Early Paleolithic settlements and an Iron Age culture by 1000 BCE. Illyrians inhabited it, then the Celts invaded ca. 400 BCE, and the Romans invaded ca. 200 BCE. Germanic tribes arrived ca. 180 CE, and Bavarians and Avars settled here from the 6th century. The area was the Eastern Mark of Charlemagne. Hapsburg rule began in 1278 and lasted until 1918, during which time it was part of the large Austro-Hungarian Empire. After World War I Austria was reduced to the German-speaking areas of the former empire. Nazi Germany annexed it in 1938, and from 1945 to 1955 it was occupied by the Allies. Since then it has become a member of the United Nations and, in 1995, of the European Union. The official language is German. Its position at the middle of Europe makes it a center of commerce, transportation, and culture."
Data quality tests
Data Quality Details
|Coordinate uncertainty meters invalid||Warning|
|Latitude is negated||Warning|
|Taxon match higher rank||Warning|
|Show/Hide 70 passed properties|
|Show/Hide 6 missing properties|
|Show/Hide 27 tests that have not been run|
Additional political boundaries information
|FAO Fishery Statistical Areas||47|
|IGBP Land Cover vegetation classification scheme (2011)||Water|