Specimen Details

  • Taxon Name

    Neosilurus hyrtlii

  • Author and date of publication

    Steindachner, 1867

  • Preferred Common name

    Hyrtl's Catfish

  • Date Identified

    23/10/2017

  • Identified By

    Dianne J. Bray - Museums Victoria

  • Number Of Specimens

    4

  • Specimen Nature

    Spirit specimen Wet formalin 10% ethanol 75%

  • Collected By

    James Shelley - PhD student, The University of Melbourne/Museum Victoria, Matthew Le Feuvre - PhD student, Uni Melb/Museum Victoria

  • Date Visited From

    27/01/2013

  • Date Visited To

    27/01/2013

  • Category

    Natural Sciences

  • Scientific Group

    Vertebrate Zoology

  • Discipline

    Ichthyology

  • Collecting Areas

    Ichthyology

  • Type of Item

    Specimen

Taxonomy

Geospatial Information

  • Country

    Australia

  • State

    Western Australia

  • Precise Location

    The Kimberley, Drysdale River mid-section (Drysdale River catchment)

  • Latitude

    -15.0062

  • Longitude

    126.917

  • Geodetic Datum

    WGS84

  • Georeference Source

    GPS Original

  • Georeference By

    James Shelley - PhD student, The University of Melbourne/Museum Victoria