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Specimen Record

ContinentAsia
CountryLaos
State/ProvinceSavannakhet
County/ParishVilabouli
LocalityNam Sangi River Drainage Basin, 541 M Elevation
Latitude17.0276
Longitude106.295
Institution CodeNcsm
Collection CodeNcsm-herp
Catalog Number76356
Collected ByWmp
Date Collected2009-06-27

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The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences' Amphibians and Reptiles Unit contains approximately 262,000 specimens (81,350+ lots), and is one of the largest and most complete regional collections in the United States. Founded in the late 1800s, the collection consists of approximately 80% North Carolina material, although 47 states, 57 countries, and more than 640 species are represented. Other states with substantial representation include California, Delaware, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. Other countries with substantial representation include Laos, Vietnam, and Gabon, and the international focus of the collection is expanding. Important recent acquisitions include large collections from Duke and Virginia Commonwealth Universities, the University of North Carolina’s Institute of Marine Sciences, and the personal collection of the late E. E. Brown of Davidson College. The collection houses fluid-preserved specimens, skeletons, skins, tissues for molecular analyses, and other materials. Photographic vouchers, field notes, other museums’ records of North Carolina holdings, and specimen data sheets are also maintained as part of the materials documenting these resources.

Contacts

Name Ben Norton
RoleHead of Technology
Emailben.norton@naturalsciences.org
Name Ben Norton
RoleHead of Technology
Emailben.norton@naturalsciences.org
Name Bryan Stuart
RoleCurator of Herpetology
Emailbryan.stuart@naturalsciences.org
Name Laura Russell
RoleVertNet Programmer
Emaillarussell@vertnet.org
Name David Bloom
RoleVertNet Coordinator
Emaildbloom@vertnet.org
Name John Wieczorek
RoleInformation Architect
Emailtuco@berkeley.edu
Name Bryan Stuart
RoleCurator of Herpetology
Emailbryan.stuart@naturalsciences.org
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Taxonomy
Scientific NameAmolops compotrix
KingdomAnimalia
PhylumChordata
ClassAMPHIBIA
OrderAnura
FamilyRanidae
GenusAmolops
Specific Epithetcompotrix
Taxon RankSpecies
Specimen
Identified Byn/k
Catalog Number76356
Individual Count1
Institution CodeNCSM
Collection CodeNCSM-Herp
Occurrence IDCC4A9C8D-C5C7-42D5-B553-C338257EE002
Dataset NameNCSM Herpetology Collection
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Type of ResourcePreserved Specimen [en]
Collection Event
Collected ByWMP
Field NumberBLS 13325
Date Collected2009-06-27
Year2009
Month6
Day27
Collection RemarksTissue taken but lost in transit from Laos to US.
Locality
CountryLaos
State / ProvinceSavannakhet
CountyVilabouli
ContinentAsia
LocalityNam Sangi River Drainage Basin, 541 m elevation
Decimal Latitude17.0276
Decimal Longitude106.295
Location RemarksEvergreen forest. On leaf of plant 1.5 m above ground on steep dirt bank above 1 m wide swift rocky stream.
Geodetic DatumWGS84
Other
LanguageEN
IDCC4A9C8D-C5C7-42D5-B553-C338257EE002
dwc:datasetIDHerpDWC
dwc:informationWithheldLatitude and longitude coordinates not provided for 'sensitive species'
dwc:georeferenceSourcesGPS
dcterms:referenceshttps://collections.naturalsciences.org/herpetology/specimen/76356
dcterms:rightsHolderNoth Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences
dcterms:accessRightsnot-for-profit use only
dcterms:bibliographicCitationNCSM [catalogNumber] - North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences
dwc:dispositionOn Loan
dcterms:licensehttps://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/
dwc:ownerInstitutionCodeNCSM
dwc:institutionIDNCSM
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