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fauna

Showing 21 - 37 out of 37 datasets
  • Museum Victoria Marine Invertebrates Collection from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. The Marine Invertebrates collection encompasses invertebrates with the exception of insects and spiders. It includes crabs, sea spiders, lobsters, isopods, sponges, corals, worms, molluscs, echinoderms, protozoans and some non-vertebrate chordates. There are over 1,200,000 specimens in the collection, including several thousand type ...
  • Museum Victoria Ornithology Collection from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. The Ornithology Collection contains more than 70 000 specimens of mounted birds, skins, skeletons, eggs and specimens preserved in alcohol. One of the largest Australian avian collections, primarily of Australian species and with a strong Victorian emphasis, it includes material from a broad spectrum of the world’s avifauna and ...
  • Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery – Annelids from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. Over the last 15 years a deliberate effort has been made to increase holdings of invertebrate specimens in the collections and to register and database existing material. There are currently approximately 75000 registered lots, most are of Tasmanian in origin. (We also house a large collection of unsorted and unregistered invertebrate ...
  • Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery – Arachnids from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. Over the last 15 years a deliberate effort has been made to increase holdings of invertebrate specimens in the collections and to register and database existing material. There are currently approximately 75000 registered lots, most are of Tasmanian in origin.
  • Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery – Birds from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. The basis of the zoological collections of the QVMAG was formed from the Launceston Mechanics’ Institute, which opened in 1842. Many exotic species, mainly mounted specimens, were acquired during the early years as a result of exchanges with other museums around the world. Dr RH Green, Curator of Zoology 1961-90 was responsible for ...
  • Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery – Herpetology from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. The basis of the zoological collections of the QVMAG was formed from the Launceston Mechanics’ Institute, which opened in 1842. Many exotic species, mainly mounted specimens, were acquired during the early years as a result of exchanges with other museums around the world. The collection was established in 1842 and continues to the ...
  • Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery – Ichthyology from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. The basis of the zoological collections of the QVMAG was formed from the Launceston Mechanics’ Institute, which opened in 1842. Many exotic species, mainly mounted specimens, were acquired during the early years as a result of exchanges with other museums around the world. The collection was established in 1842 and continues to the ...
  • Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery – Mammals from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. The basis of the zoological collections of the QVMAG was formed from the Launceston Mechanics’ Institute, which opened in 1842. Many exotic species, mainly mounted specimens, were acquired during the early years as a result of exchanges with other museums around the world. Dr RH Green, Curator of Zoology 1961-90 was responsible for ...
  • Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery – Molluscs from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. Over the last 15 years a deliberate effort has been made to increase holdings of invertebrate specimens in the collections and to register and database existing material. There are currently approximately 75000 registered lots, most are of Tasmanian in origin. (We also house a large collection of unsorted and unregistered invertebrate ...
  • South Australian Museum Herpetology Collection from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. Over 70,000 specimens have been registered in this collection, which has a particular emphasis on South Australian and arid zone fauna. A second major regional focus is Melanesia, especially the island of New Guinea (Papua New Guinea and Papua Province, Indonesia), with some 6,000 registered specimens. Most material is formalin-fixed ...
  • South Australian Museum Ichthyology Collection from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. The fish collection is comprised of over eleven thousand registered lots. The collection has a strong regional focus with freshwater fishes of southern and central Australia and Southern Ocean marine fishes, including deep-sea species, well represented. The collection is currently being utilised for research centered on the taxonomy and ...
  • South Australian Museum Mammalogy Collection from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. There are over 24,000 specimens in this collection, including skulls, skins, skeletons, spirit specimens, photographs and frozen tissue. It includes over 1600 marine mammals and its comprehensiveness makes this collection the best of its kind in Australia. Other strengths of the collection include South Australian arid zone native ...
  • Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery Faunal Collection from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery is the leading repository of natural history collections in Tasmania. The zoological collections serve as taxonomic reference specimens, vouchers for biogeographical data and include irreplaceable specimens of extinct animals and historically significant items. TMAG’s zoology collection of over ...
  • Western Australian Museum Arachnology Collection from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. The Arachnology section contains some 600,000 specimens, covering all arachnid and myriapod orders, as well as other miscellaneous groups such as pycnogonids, xiphosurans and tardigrades. Primary types of over 800 species are maintained, including part of the syntype material of the spiders described by Eugene Simon collected during the ...
  • Western Australian Museum Bird Collection from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. The Western Australian Museum Bird Collection has an estimated 35,000 specimens.
  • Western Australian Museum Herpetology Collection from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. The Western Australian Museum Herpetology Collection has an estimated 150,000 specimens. 133,816 records can be accessed through the Atlas of Living Australia.
  • Western Australian Museum Mammal Collection from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. The Western Australian Museum Mammal Collection has an estimated 53,600 specimens. 42,973 records can be accessed through the Atlas of Living Australia.