Search for rkid_genus group:urn:lsid:biodiversity.org.au:afd.taxon:a38442cb-d0ce-4fe2-8e44-a596e093bf6f returned 516 results.

  1. genus group: Acridopezae Brunner von Wattenwyl, 1878

    Kingdom: ANIMALIA

  2. Site Page: Biodiversity Heritage Library Australia: unlocking the treasures in Australia’s biodiversity literature – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 24th May 2021 BHL Australia is a national project working to digitise Australia’s biodiversity heritage literature and make it freely accessible online. View or print this impact story as a PDF The Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL biodiversitylibrary.org) is the world’s largest online library of biodiversity literature and archival materials...

  3. Data provider: Biodiversity Enhancement / SWC Biodiversity and Ironbark Marsh Boardwalk Repair

    It is estimated that the full re-vegetation of the site requires an additional 800,000 plants to be planted. The project is to assist existing volunteers by weeding 15 hectares of the site (by removing weeds from previously unplanted areas and cardboard and mulch areas where necessary) assist a volunteer nursery team to propagate up to 20,000 plants, and assist existing volunteer teams in the replanting process (wherever needed) on the site...

  4. Data provider: Biodiversity Enhancement / SWC Biodiversity and New Ironbark Creek Boardwalk

    It is estimated that the full re-vegetation of the site requires an additional 800,000 plants to be planted. The project is to assist existing volunteers by weeding 15 hectares of the site (by removing weeds from previously unplanted areas and cardboard and mulch areas where necessary) assist a volunteer nursery team to propagate up to 20,000 plants, and assist existing volunteer teams in the replanting process (wherever needed) on the site...

  5. Data provider: Biodiversity Enhancement / SWC Biodiversity and Ironbark Creek Boardwalk and Track work

    It is estimated that the full re-vegetation of the site requires an additional 800,000 plants to be planted. The project is to assist existing volunteers by weeding 15 hectares of the site (by removing weeds from previously unplanted areas and cardboard and mulch areas where necessary) assist a volunteer nursery team to propagate up to 20,000 plants, and assist existing volunteer teams in the replanting process (wherever needed) on the site...

  6. Data resource: Biodiversity Enhancement / SWC Biodiversity and Ironbark Marsh Boardwalk Repair

    It is estimated that the full re-vegetation of the site requires an additional 800,000 plants to be planted. The project is to assist existing volunteers by weeding 15 hectares of the site (by removing weeds from previously unplanted areas and cardboard and mulch areas where necessary) assist a volunteer nursery team to propagate up to 20,000 plants, and assist existing volunteer teams in the replanting process (wherever needed) on the site...

  7. Data resource: Biodiversity Enhancement / SWC Biodiversity and New Ironbark Creek Boardwalk

    It is estimated that the full re-vegetation of the site requires an additional 800,000 plants to be planted. The project is to assist existing volunteers by weeding 15 hectares of the site (by removing weeds from previously unplanted areas and cardboard and mulch areas where necessary) assist a volunteer nursery team to propagate up to 20,000 plants, and assist existing volunteer teams in the replanting process (wherever needed) on the site...

  8. Data resource: Biodiversity Enhancement / SWC Biodiversity and Ironbark Creek Boardwalk and Track work

    It is estimated that the full re-vegetation of the site requires an additional 800,000 plants to be planted. The project is to assist existing volunteers by weeding 15 hectares of the site (by removing weeds from previously unplanted areas and cardboard and mulch areas where necessary) assist a volunteer nursery team to propagate up to 20,000 plants, and assist existing volunteer teams in the replanting process (wherever needed) on the site...

  9. Support article: What are biodiversity data standards?

    Different researchers and institutions capture and store data in the forms and combinations which best meet their needs. However, in order to make this data more widely accessible and to ensure it can be reused for different purposes, data providers need to consider the most appropriate way to expose their data. They need to decide which structures and terms will be best recognised by others...

  10. Site Page: TDWG – Biodiversity Information Standards – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 26th October 2009 Taxonomic Database Working Group The Atlas of Living Australia aims to provide users with powerful tools to access well-managed structured data which can be integrated into a wide range of tools and analyses...