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Mike d'Apice



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PostPosted: Wed Sep 09, 2009 10:47 am    Post subject: Feedback request: Arenaria ciliata (2973) Reply with quote

This post was made automatically in response to a request for comment on the documentation form. There is more general info about such requests here.

Specimen #279394

Taxon:Caryophyllaceae: Arenaria ciliata L. ("Fringed Sandwort")
Filed in taxon folder:Caryophyllaceae: Arenaria ciliata L. ("Fringed Sandwort")
Collected by:Mr Samuel Alexander Stewart
Collection date:18/7/1879
Locality:Ireland, VCH28 Co. Sligo, Kings Mountain, G74, Limestone Rocks
ex herb:Mr Charles Bailey
Botanical Exchange Club of The British Isles
Institution:University of Birmingham (BIRM)
Image:Arenaria ciliata herbarium specimen from Kings Mountain, VCH28 Co. Sligo in 1879 by Mr Samuel Alexander Stewart.
fruits/flowers:mature flowers

Inferred details are marked.

Documented by mikedaps on 9th September 2009.

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11/09/2009tom humphreyDeleted collection date: 6/6/1878 - 18/7/1879
11/09/2009tom humphreyAdded collection date: 18/7/1879
11/09/2009tom humphreyDeleted note: Details refer to 1879 specimen: Sheet has an earlier specimen collected from "Oxford" in 1878. The collector and ex-herebaria of the 1st 1878 specimen is not detailed. 1878 has better preserved fowers.

Specimen #279428

Taxon:Caryophyllaceae: Arenaria ciliata L. ("Fringed Sandwort")
Filed in taxon folder:Caryophyllaceae: Arenaria ciliata L. ("Fringed Sandwort")
Collection date:6/6/1878
Locality:Great Britain, VC23 Oxfordshire, Oxford, SP50
ex herb:Dr Robert Large Baker
Institution:University of Birmingham (BIRM)

Inferred details are marked.

Documented by tom humphrey on 11th September 2009.

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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mikedaps wrote
As two specimens which should be documented? I guessed the one with the most complete record albeit later.


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Tom Humphrey
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 09, 2009 6:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Mikedaps, welcome to herb@home.

Thanks for asking about this sheet. It's possible to document both specimens separately. You can do this by adding an extract copy of the documentation form by clicking the green cross button at the top-left of the form:


This duplicates the complete form, which is useful when, as in this case, multiple unrelated collections are included on the same sheet.

regards,

Tom

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 11, 2009 12:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I've added the details for the second specimen.

The ex herb entry 'Hayes or Bloxam' is not stated on the sheet, but becuase the style of chopped up label is very recognisable the collection can be inferred - there are hundreds of other similar labels among the BIRM herbarium. In general, just fill in the info from the sheet labels (as you have done).
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 11, 2009 6:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Tom,

Thanks for the guidance - will endeavour to replicate for duplicates as directed. Regards Mike d'A
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