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Reptile Specimens

Specimen Records: 31,223
Media Records: 0
iDigBio Last Ingested Date: 2018-10-30

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.

Contacts

Name Cameron Siler
RoleCurator
Emailcamsiler@ou.edu
Name Paul King
RoleHead of IT
Emailpking@ou.edu
Name Sarah Sanger
RoleInformation Systems Lead
Emailssanger@ou.edu
Name Karen Whitecotton
RoleRegistrar
Emailregistrar.samnoblemuseum@ou.edu
Name Jessa Watters
RoleCollection Manager
Emailjwatters@ou.edu
Name Cameron Siler
RoleCurator
Emailcamsiler@ou.edu
  • Data Corrected
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  • Raw
This table shows any data corrections that were performed on this recordset to improve the capabilities of iDigBio Search. The first column represents the correction performed. The last two columns represent the number and percentage of records that were corrected. A complete list of the data quality flags and their descriptions can be found here. Clicking on a data flag name will take you to a search for all records with this flag in this recordset.
FlagRecords With This Flag(%) Percent With This Flag
dwc_datasetid_added  i30851
98.809
dwc_parentnameusageid_added  i30851
98.809
dwc_phylum_added  i30851
98.809
dwc_taxonid_added  i30851
98.809
dwc_taxonomicstatus_added  i30851
98.809
dwc_taxonrank_added  i30851
98.809
gbif_canonicalname_added  i30851
98.809
gbif_genericname_added  i30851
98.809
gbif_taxon_corrected  i30851
98.809
dwc_scientificnameauthorship_added  i30544
97.825
idigbio_isocountrycode_added  i30074
96.32
dwc_continent_added  i30063
96.285
gbif_vernacularname_added  i29198
93.514
gbif_reference_added  i29021
92.948
dwc_multimedia_added  i22220
71.165
dwc_order_replaced  i12092
38.728
dwc_originalnameusageid_added  i9171
29.373
dwc_specificepithet_replaced  i7614
24.386
dwc_family_replaced  i6099
19.534
dwc_infraspecificepithet_added  i4137
13.25
taxon_match_failed  i3018
9.666
geopoint_low_precision  i787
2.521
rev_geocode_eez  i402
1.288
dwc_genus_replaced  i320
1.025
dwc_country_replaced  i96
0.307
geopoint_datum_missing  i69
0.221
dwc_infraspecificepithet_replaced  i55
0.176
datecollected_bounds  i36
0.115
dwc_taxonremarks_added  i17
0.054
rev_geocode_mismatch  i13
0.042
dwc_stateprovince_replaced  i12
0.038
dwc_family_added  i8
0.026
geopoint_datum_error  i5
0.016
dwc_country_added  i1
0.003
rev_geocode_corrected  i1
0.003
rev_geocode_flip  i1
0.003
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