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Specimen Record

ContinentSouth America
CountryBrazil
State/ProvinceRoraima
Locality7.0 Km E Rio Ajaraní, Br 210
Latitude1.55
Longitude-61.203799999999994
Institution CodeOmnh
Collection CodeReptiles
Catalog Number36334.0
Date Collected1993-07-02

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The Herpetology collection currently contains nearly 52,000 cataloged specimens of amphibians and reptiles. A large proportion of the collection is composed of amphibians and reptiles from the United States (46 states are represented), and many of these species are from the Southern Plains and Oklahoma. Approximately 60% (~31,000 specimens) of the collection is made up of Oklahoma specimens, making it the largest repository of Oklahoma reptiles. The collection also contains specimens from a total of 50 countries, with relatively large numbers from Brazil, Mexico, Ecuador, and Egypt. An early collection of specimens is from the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador.

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Name Cameron Siler
RoleCurator
Emailcamsiler@ou.edu
Name Paul King
RoleHead of IT
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Name Sarah Sanger
RoleInformation Systems Lead
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Name Karen Whitecotton
RoleRegistrar
Emailregistrar.samnoblemuseum@ou.edu
Name Jessa Watters
RoleCollection Manager
Emailjwatters@ou.edu
Name Cameron Siler
RoleCurator
Emailcamsiler@ou.edu
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Taxonomy
Scientific NameGymnophthalmus underwoodi
KingdomAnimalia
Phylumchordata
ClassReptilia
OrderSquamata
FamilyGymnophthalmidae
GenusGymnophthalmus
Specific Epithetunderwoodi
Specimen
Catalog Number36334.0
Preparations70% Ethanol
Life StageAdult or juvenile
SexFemale
Institution CodeOMNH
Collection CodeReptiles
Occurrence IDurn:catalog:OMNH:Reptiles:36334
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Associated ReferencesCaldwell, J. P. and L. J. Vitt. 1999. Dietary asymmetry in leaf litter frogs and lizards in a transitional northern Amazonian rain forest. Oiko 84(3): 383-397.
Associated Sequences, , , , , , ,
Collection Event
Field NumberLJV 4260
Date Collected1993-07-02
Year1993
MonthJuly
Day2
Locality
CountryBrazil
State / ProvinceRoraima
Continentsouth america
Locality7.0 Km E Rio Ajaraní, BR 210
Decimal Latitude1.55
Decimal Longitude-61.2038
Georeference ProtocolMaNIS/HerpNET/ORNIS Georeferencing Guidelines
Coordinate Uncertainty In Meters6397
Geodetic DatumWGS84
Georeference Remarksused Rio Ajarani STM, extent estimated to be 1 km
Georeferenced ByJSP (MCZ)
Georeferenced Date6/9/2005
Other
Modified2015-07-15
IDurn:catalog:OMNH:Reptiles:36334
dwc:datasetID7ddf754f-d193-4cc9-b351-99906754a03b
dwc:collectionIDReptiles
dwc:georeferenceSourcesAlexandria Digital Library Gazetteer
dcterms:licenseEnglish
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