Needle's Eye
Basic information
Sample name: Needle's Eye
Sample aka: Jack Mountain range

Reference: V. A. Cobb and J. A. Summerhill. 1996. A one-year study of the species diversity and relative abundance of snakes and lizards in the Jack Mountain region of Hot Spring County, Arkansas. Proceedings Arkansas Academy of Science 50:120-126 [ER 231]
Country: United States
State: Arkansas

Coordinate: 34° 22' N, 93° 10' W
Basis of coordinate: based on nearby landmark
Geography comments: about 5 km north of Bismarck (basis of coordinate) west of U.S. Highway 7
Habitat: temperate broadleaf/mixed forest
Substrate: ground surface
WMT: 27.5
CMT: 5.1
MAP: 1265.0
Habitat comments: "oak-hickory-pine forest"
climate data based on station 72340 (North Little Rock Municipal Airport)
Life forms: lizards, snakes
Sampling methods: drift fences, funnel traps, hand capture
Sample size: 235
Years: 1995
Sampling comments: combination of hand capture and drift fences + funnel traps
recaptures excluded from counts
Sample: 472
Contributor: John Alroy
Enterer: John Alroy
Created: 2014-03-19 12:14:21
Modified: 2014-04-26 20:05:11
Abundance distribution
24 species
4 singletons
total count 235
extrapolated richness: 29.7
Fisher's α: 6.691
geometric series k: 0.8475
Hurlbert's PIE: 0.8955
Shannon's H: 2.5970
Good's u: 0.9831
Each square represents a species. Square sizes are proportional to counts.