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PostPosted: Sun May 11, 2008 11:13 pm    Post subject: Feedback request: Crataegus monogyna x laevigata = C. x medi Reply with quote

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Specimen #259138

Taxon:Rosaceae: Crataegus monogyna x laevigata = C. x media Bechst.
named by James Fraser

dup specimen passed as correct by Jas Fraser for W.B.E.Club

Filed in taxon folder:Rosaceae: Crataegus monogyna x laevigata = C. x media Bechst.
Collected by:Mr Harold Stuart Thompson
Collection date:6/6/1930
5/8/1930 fruit
Locality:Great Britain, VC6 North Somerset, Brockley Combe, ST4766, just above gateway into 'Wrington Common'
ex herb:Mr Harold Stuart Thompson
Institution:University of Birmingham (BIRM)
Image:Crataegus monogyna x laevigata = C. x media herbarium specimen from Brockley Combe, VC6 North Somerset in 1930 by Mr Harold Stuart Thompson.
fruits/flowers:seeds/fruits

Documented by cuyama on 12th May 2008.

Checked by keith barnett

Edit history

dateuserchange
12/05/2008tom humphreyAdded collector: Mr Harold Stuart Thompson
12/05/2008tom humphreyAdded collection date: 5/8/1930 fruit
09/09/2008keith barnettDeleted locality: GB VC6 Brockley
09/09/2008keith barnettAdded locality: GB VC6 Brockley, Brockley Combe, just above gateway into 'Wrington Common'
09/09/2008keith barnettAdded provenance: exherb J Fraser
09/09/2008keith barnettDeleted collection date: 6/6/1930
09/09/2008keith barnettDeleted collection date: 5/8/1930 fruit
09/09/2008keith barnettAdded collection date: 6/6/1930 - 5/8/1930
11/02/2012chrisuDeleted locality: GB VC6 Brockley, Brockley Combe, just above gateway into 'Wrington Common'
11/02/2012chrisuAdded locality: GB VC6 Brockley Coombe, just above gateway into 'Wrington Common'
11/02/2012chrisuDeleted provenance: exherb J Fraser
11/02/2012chrisuAdded determiner: James Fraser
11/02/2012chrisuDeleted collection date: 6/6/1930 - 5/8/1930
11/02/2012chrisuAdded collection date: 6/6/1930
11/02/2012chrisuAdded collection date: 5/8/1930
11/02/2012chrisuAdded determiner's note: dup specimen passed as correct by Jas Fraser for W.B.E.Club
28/12/2015chrisuDeleted locality: GB VC6 Brockley Coombe, just above gateway into 'Wrington Common'
28/12/2015chrisuAdded locality: GB VC6 Brockley Combe, just above gateway into 'Wrington Common' ST4766 (place)
28/12/2015chrisuDeleted collection date: 5/8/1930
28/12/2015chrisuAdded collection date: 5/8/1930 fruit
28/12/2015chrisuDeleted determiner's note: dup specimen passed as correct by Jas Fraser for W.B.E.Club
28/12/2015chrisuAdded determiner's note: dup specimen passed as correct by Jas Fraser for W.B.E.Club

N.B. reporting of the edit history is currently fairly unclear and misleading. Most edits made to specimens appear as a pair of 'add' and 'delete' entries, which may not be together in the list. There are also often 'minor' edits, which are made automatically (rather than due to user activity), for example to merge synonym names.

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cuyama wrote
is this a case where one would use the collection date - "to" box?


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Tom Humphrey
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PostPosted: Mon May 12, 2008 10:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for asking about this.

Using the date range 'to' box would be a valid way to record this, but for sheets such as this with two distinct collection dates it may be better to add an extra date entry by clicking the green cross to the right of the date field. Also clicking the ellipsis (...) button near the date field adds an extra notes field which can be used to qualify the date entries (i.e. the 5th August collection was of fruit).

There are some sheets where only a collection date range is given, rather than multiple distinct dates.

regards,

Tom

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