C. Michael Hogan commented on "Range":
While this range is generally accurate, see other text objects to understand inland extent. for example, taxon is found in interior Murray River Basin.
almost 4 years ago
in review for accuracy
C. Michael Hogan commented on an older version of Australian flying fox die-offs:
Scientific relationship to temperature cycles not demonstrated, nor is this proven to be anything other than periodic temperature vicissitudes.
C. Michael Hogan commented on an older version of Range Description:
text object is correct, but see also the other range text object on eol to derive further detail.
C. Michael Hogan commented on an older version of Geographic Range:
see also other range text objects for this taxon on eol to achieve a more detailed depiction of the taxon range.
C. Michael Hogan commented on "Distribution":
text object is generally ok, but see other text object on the taxon to achieve the fullest understanding of this taxon range.
C. Michael Hogan commented on an older version of Distribution and Habitat:
text object is correct, but see other text object on range here to derive an even more complete depiction of taxon range.
in review for completeness
C. Michael Hogan commented on an older version of Distribution:
misleading, since it is endemic to se austrailia
text object is ok.
good text object, but also see other range text object here to achieve a more full range depiction overall.
could also note that, in spite of the moderately large range, much of the distribution is within the murray darling basin.
Even though the range of this taxon seems moderately large, much of the occurrence is defined by the Murray Darling basin.
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