Dataset: USCB-ORNI
Search Criteria: Commonwealth of Australia; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of California, Santa Barbara Ornithology Collection


USCB:ORNI
Aquila audax (Latham, 1802)
22385Sweet, Samuel   1988-09-07
Commonwealth of Australia, Northern Territory, Barkly, Stuart Highway, 42.6 km N of Three Ways

USCB:ORNI
Aquila audax (Latham, 1802)
22386Sweet, Samuel   1988-09-07
Commonwealth of Australia, Northern Territory, Barkly, Stuart Highway, 22.4 km S of Dunmarra

USCB:ORNI
Aquila audax (Latham, 1802)
22387Sweet, Samuel   1988-09-06
Commonwealth of Australia, Northern Territory, Barkly, Barkly Highway, 18 km E of Barkly Homestead

USCB:ORNI
Aquila audax (Latham, 1802)
22388Sweet, Samuel   1988-09-07
Commonwealth of Australia, Northern Territory, Barkly, Barkly Highway, 21.6 km E of Three Ways

USCB:ORNI
Aquila audax (Latham, 1802)
22389Sweet, Samuel   1988-09-08
Commonwealth of Australia, Northern Territory, Roper Gulf, Stuart Highway, 43.2 km S junction Carpentaria Highway

USCB:ORNI
Podargus strigoides (Latham, 1802)
22390Sweet, Samuel   1988-09-02
Commonwealth of Australia, State of Queensland, Gregory Highway, 32.7 km N junction Gulf Development Highway


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