Tag

ichthyology

6 datasets
  • Australian Museum Ichthyology Collection from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. As one would expect, the Fish Research Collection contains many adult and larval fish specimens. These are used by researchers worldwide. The collection contains specimens from all around the world, but has large holdings of fishes from the deepsea and Indo-Pacific reefs as well as larval fishes, gobies and freshwater fishes from New ...
  • Australian National Fish Collection from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. The Australian National Fish Collection, based at CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Hobart, is a comprehensive and internationally-renowned biodiversity reference and research facility. Since its foundation by Ian Munro in 1943, the collection has grown to house more than 148 000 finfish specimens representing more than 3 000 ...
  • Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory Ichthyology Collection from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. The Ichthyology Collection of MAGNT was established in 1981. It contains over 35,000 databased lots and about 250,000 specimens including 85 holotypes and 455 paratypes. Historical subcollections include the Arid Zone Collection and the JETINDOFISH voucher collection. The collection’s emphasis is on the marine, estuarine and freshwater ...
  • Museum Victoria Ichthyology Collection from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. The Ichthyology Collection is one of the oldest and most significant fish collections in Australia, representing 150 years of acquisition from a wide variety of sources and comprising some 36,000 lots and 350,000 specimens. It includes fishes (sharks, rays, chimaeroids, jawless and bony fishes) as well as representatives of 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 ...
  • 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 ...