Each map in FloraBase contains a legend. Points are represented using a number of different shapes to keep track of records that contain verified or suspect locations. The following headings explain each part of the legend.
The light gray lines represent biogeographical regions as defined in the Interim Biogeographic Regionalisation for Australia project. The darker lines represent an approximation of the notion of botanical province as delineated by Beard (1969).
A record from the Specimen Database. The locality is taken at face value from the label data. We welcome feedback on any points you think may be suspect using our feedback form.
The locality of this particular record has been reviewed. It was shifted due to incorrect locality, re-identified or, alternatively, both identity and locality were affirmed to be correct.
The locality and identity of the specimen this record refers to are currently under review.
The locality and identity of the specimen this record refers to appear correct. However, expert opinion suggests that the locality is highly unlikely for this species.
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Compiled by Paul Gioia; last updated on 10 August 2017.