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Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) and North Australian Tropical Transect (NATT) - Ant data (1996-1997)

Also known as: CSIRO and North Australian Tropical Transect (NATT) - Ant data (1996-1997)
Advanced Ecological Knowledge and Observation System
Andersen, Alan N. ; TERN Australian Transect Network
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B (mjobergi gp.) * &rft_subject=Rhytidoponera rufithorax &rft.type=dataset&rft.language=English ctx_ver=Z39.88-2004&rft_val_fmt=info%3Aofi%2Ffmt%3Akev%3Amtx%3Adc&rfr_id=info%3Asid%2FANDS&rft_id=http://aekos.org.au/collection/csiro/natt/ants9697&rft.title=Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) and North Australian Tropical Transect (NATT) - Ant data (1996-1997)&rft.identifier=http://aekos.org.au/collection/csiro/natt/ants9697&rft.publisher=TERN AEKOS, rights owned by CSIRO (www.csiro.au, Darwin, Northern Territory)&rft.description=In this survey, ant species richness and composition was sampled using pitfall traps on three occasions at 1-ha sand, loam and clay sites at each of five locations along the 600 km Northern Australian Tropical Transect (NATT) to determine species diversity. 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In this survey, ant species richness and composition was sampled using pitfall traps on three occasions at 1-ha sand, loam and clay sites at each of five locations along the 600 km Northern Australian Tropical Transect (NATT) to determine species diversity. Study locations are located along a bioclimatic gradient of increasing latitude and decreasing rainfall in the Australian tropical savannas, from 12°50' S (1400 mm mean annual rainfall) to 17°21' S (650 mm). The collected data could be re-used to model biodiversity responses to climate change and disturbance, using ants as an indicator taxon. This project froms part of the North Australian Tropical Transect (NATT)

Available: 2016-05-01

Data time period: 1996-07-01 to 1997-10-01

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131.8180556,-12.6825 131.8180556,-17.35732222 130.7547222,-17.35732222 130.7547222,-12.6825 131.8180556,-12.6825

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text: Along a 600 km Northern Australian Tropical Transect's (NATT) bioclimatic gradient of increasing latitude and decreasing rainfall in the Australian tropical savannas, from 12°50' S to 17°21' S

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Acropyga sp. 1 | Aenictus sp. 2 (ceylonicus gp.) | Aenictus sp. 3 (ceylonicus gp.) | Aenictus sp. C (ceylonicus gp.) | Aenictus turneri | Anochetus nr. paripungens | Anochetus paripungens | Anochetus rectangularis | Anochetus sp. 2 (rectangularis gp.) | Biological Sciences | Bothroponera sp. 11 (sublaevis gp) | Bothroponera sp. 2 (porcata gp.) | Bothroponera sp. 7 (sublaevis gp.) | Climate and Climate Change | Camponotus Kak. sp. 9 (novaehollandiae gp.) | Camponotus amperei | Camponotus crozieri | Camponotus dromas | Camponotus fieldae | Camponotus kak sp. 16 (rubiginosus gp.) | Camponotus macareaveyi | Camponotus novaehollandiae | Camponotus sp. 15 (pellax gp.) | Camponotus sp. 18 (Group D) | Camponotus sp. 19 (rubiginosus gp.) | Camponotus sp. 23 (rubiginosus gp.) | Camponotus sp. 4 (pellax gp.) | Camponotus sp. 6 (claripes gp.) | Camponotus sp. B (discors gp.) | Camponotus sp. C | Camponotus sp. D (pellax gp) | Camponotus sp. F (denticulatus gp.) | Camponotus sp. J (pellax gp.) | Camponotus sp. L (rubiginosus gp.) | Camponotus sp. M (rubiginosus gp.) | Cardiocondyla sp. 1 (nuda complex) | Carebara sp. 2 | Cerapachys brevis | Cerapachys edentatus | Cerapachys nr. endentatus | Cerapachys sp. 17 (longitarsus gp.) | Cerapachys sp. 18 (longitarsus gp.) | Cerapachys sp. 2 (varians gp.) | Cerapachys sp. 4 (singularis gp.) | Cerapachys sp. 7 (fervidus gp.) | Cerapachys sp. 8 (clarki gp.) | Cerapachys sp. A (turneri gp.) | Cerapachys sp.3 (brevis gp.) | Conservation and Biodiversity | Crematogaster queenslandica | Crematogaster sp. 2 (australis complex) | Crematogaster sp. 9 (australis gp) | Discothyrea sp. 1 | Doleromyrma sp. 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N (anceps gp) | Iridomyrymex sp. 10 (suchieri gp.) | Leptogenys adlerzi | Leptogenys exigua | Leptogenys nr. conigera | Leptogenys sp. 7 (clarki gp.) | Leptogenys sp. 8 (conigera gp) | Leptogenys sp. nr. tricosa | Melophorus bagoti | Melophorus sp 20 (fieldi gp.) | Melophorus sp. 1 (aeneovirens gp.) | Melophorus sp. 10 ( Group D) | Melophorus sp. 11 (fieldi gp.) | Melophorus sp. 13 (mjobergi gp.) | Melophorus sp. 15 (Group J) | Melophorus sp. 25 (fieldi gp.) | Melophorus sp. 31 (mjobergi gp) | Melophorus sp. 32 (Group C) | Melophorus sp. 34 (mjobergi gp.) | Melophorus sp. 35 (aenovierens gp.) | Melophorus sp. 5 (Group A) | Melophorus sp. 7 (Group E) | Melophorus sp. 9 (Group C) | Melophorus sp. A (Group A) | Melophorus sp. B (mjobergi gp.) * | Melophorus sp. C (froggitti gp.) | Melophorus sp. D (Group F) | Melophorus sp. E (fieldi gp.) | Melophorus sp. F (Group A) | Melophorus sp. G (froggitti gp.) | Melophorus sp. H (Group K) | Melophorus sp. I (Group B) | Melophorus sp. 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C (ruficeps gp.) | Oecophylla smaragdina | Opisthopsis haddoni | Opisthopsis rufoniger | Papyrius sp. 1 | Paratrechina sp F (vaga gp.) | Paratrechina kak sp. 3 (obscura gp.) | Paratrechina longicornis | Paratrechina sp. 2 (minutula gp.) | Paratrechina sp. 4 (vaga gp.) | Paratrechina sp. A (obscura gp.) | Paratrechina sp. B (obscura gp.) | Paratrechina sp. E (minutula gp.) | Pheidole sp. 3 (variabilis gp.) | Pheidole impressiceps | Pheidole sp. 1 (mjobergi gp.) | Pheidole sp. 14 (ampla gp) | Pheidole sp. 26 (Group F) | Pheidole sp. 27 (longiceps gp.) | Pheidole sp. 5 (Group C) | Pheidole sp. 8 | Pheidole sp. 9 (Group E) | Pheidole sp. A (Group D) | Pheidole sp. C (ampla gp) | Pheidole sp. G (ampla gp.) | Pheidole sp. H (Group C) | Pheidole sp. J (Group B) | Pheidole sp. M (Group A) | Pheidole sp. N (Group B) | Pheidole sp. P (variabilis gp.) | Platythyrea sp. 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B (tenuis gp) | Rhytidoponera sp. C (tenuis gp.) | Rhytidoponera sp. D (tenuis gp) | Rhytidoponera sp. F (reticulata gp.) | Rhytidoponera sp. G (tyloxys gp) | Rhytidoponera sp. N (reticulata gp.) | Rhytidoponera sp. R (reticulata gp.) | Rhytidoponera taurus | Rhytidoponera trachypyx | Solenopsis sp. 1 | Solenopsis sp. 2 | Solenopsis sp. E | Sparseland, Permanent Grassland and Arid Zone Flora, Fauna and Biodiversity | Species Composition | Species Presence/Abundance | Species Richness | Specimens | Sphinctomyrmex sp. 1 | Stigmacros sp. 4 (intacta gp.) | Strumigenys anchis | Tapinoma sp. 1 | Tapinoma sp.2 | Terrestrial Ecology | Tetramorium lanuginosum | Tetramorium nr. sjostedti | Tetramorium similimum | Tetramorium sjostedti | Tetramorium sp. 1 | Tetramorium sp. 2 (striolatum gp.) | Tetramorium sp. A (striolatum gp.) | Tetramorium sp. B (striolatum gp.) | Tetramorium sp. D (spininode gp.) | Tetramorium sp. F (impressum gp.) | Tetraponera punctulata |

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Savanna ant species richness is maintained along a bioclimatic gradient of increasing latitude and decreasing rainfall in northern Australia

doi : http://doi.org/10.1111/jbi.12599