Odonata Atlas of Africa

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OdonataMAP:   29958
Locality:   Stream in the forest
Closest town:   Storms River Village
Gazetteer Locality id:   65396
Province:   Eastern Cape
Country:   South Africa
Latitude:   -33.97707294272169
Longitude:   23.89479160308838
Decimal latitude:   -33.97707294272169
Decimal longitude:   23.89479160308838
Locus:   3323DD
Observer:   Darling Gregg; Des Darling, Alf Taylor and Hillary Harrison
Observer number:   10734
Year recorded:   2017
Month recorded:   1
Day recorded:   30
Number of photos:   1
Notes:  
Record status:   ACCEPTED
Last updated:   2020-12-03 13:24:43
Sp. code:   660150
Species name:   Ecchlorolestes nylephtha
Common name:   Queen Malachite
Family:   Synlestidae
Basis of record:   VMUS
Institution:   ADU-UCT
Collection/Project:   OdonataMAP-VM
Museum number:   1485775306
Collector's species id:   Queen Malachite
Record URL:   https://vmus.adu.org.za/?vm=OdonataMAP-29958
Links:   • Locus: Summary | Records       • Species: Records | Distribution map | Species text
Reason to delete record:
VM-number: 29958 - photo: 1

Comments by the Expert Panel on this record:

Comment number:   1
By:   Ryan Matthew Tippett
Comment:   Male
Date:   2017-02-01 07:27:00
Species name:   Ecchlorolestes nylephtha -- Queen Malachite
Species code:   660150
 
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