- Species (4,888)
- Species Inquirenda (doubtful identity) (70)
- Unranked (41)
- Species Group (31)
- Family (4)
- Superspecies (3)
- Yes (15)
- Birds (2)
- Accepted (4,788)
- Synonym (129)
- Species Inquirenda (70)
- Inferred Accepted (20)
- Miscellaneous Literature (20)
- Heteroptypic Synonym (10)
Conservation status in NT
- (not listed) (1)
Posted on 30th January 2012 Areas are one of four main data types in the Spatial Portal, along with species (taxa), layers and facets. Area can be defined by 14 different options. When an area gets defined, it is added to the map; a new layer is added to the layers list. Areas form the basis of most Spatial Portal operations either explicitly (by explicit definition) or implicitly (by defaulting to current map extents)...
Posted on 8th July 2011 Camp Day 6 (July 7th). Lat -23 .83292. Long 138.55421. Elev 91m. Time 6.36 pm. By Paul Flemons, Australian Museum Tip: Hover mouse over photo to see the caption. Click on photos to see different sizes and/or make a comment on Flickr. Magnificent weather continuing – not a cloud in the sky at sunset. Very light breeze. Day was warm and excellent for walking. The clear skies will ensure another cold night tonight...
Posted on 13th July 2011 Camp Day 7 and travel days (July 8th to 11th) By Paul Flemons, Australian Museum Tip: Hover mouse over photo to see the caption. Click on photos to see different sizes and/or make a comment on Flickr. Friday 8 July was our final trek day. On Saturday (9th July) we parted ways with the rest […] Camp Day 7 and travel days (July 8th to 11th) By Paul Flemons, Australian Museum Tip: Hover mouse over photo to see the caption...
A variety of educational materials for using the Atlas of Living Australia in classroom have been provided. These activities have been designed to align with the requirements of the Australian Curriculum and cover levels from F-12. Science Activities Clicking on the year levels in the table below opens up the suggested activities for using the ALA in the classroom for students. At different points, there are links to printable activities that the students can complete...
Data in the Atlas of Living Australia is used by over 45,000 users to better understand the environment in areas such as biodiversity, conservation, biosecurity and agriculture. High quality, well annotated and well described data is essential for the community to undertake meaningful research and to inform decision-making...
Site Page: Classify – Atlas of Living Australia
Posted on 31st January 2012 ALOC (short for Allocation) is a highly efficient yet simple classification method from the PATN package (http://www.patn.com.au) designed to classify large volumes of data. Think of ALOC as combining multiple layers of environmental data (e.g. mean annual temperature, slope, and precipitation) into one new layer that captures the essence of all chosen layers...
Posted on 23rd April 2020 A team at Museums Victoria investigates a fascinating collection of almost 12,000 butterflies and 40,000 moths, donated to the museum by George Lyell between 1932 and 1946. Portrait of George Lyell, Nada Studio, Sydney, c. 1895 / Source: Museums Victoria Archives, OLDERSYSTEM~03408. Written by Deirdre Coleman (Robert Wallace Chair of English, University of Melbourne), Nik McGrath (Archivist, Museums Victoria), and Simon Hinkley (Entomologist, Museums Victoria)...