Tag

spiders

7 datasets
  • Australian National Insect Collection from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. The Australian National Insect Collection (ANIC) is the world’s largest collection of Australian insects and related groups such as mites, spiders, earthworms, nematodes and centipedes. ANIC is an important research collection used by CSIRO researchers, university staff and students, and scientists from Australian and international ...
  • Australian Museum Arachnology Collection from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. The Australian Museum Arachnology collection includes arachnids (spiders and their relatives), myriapods (centipedes and millipedes and their relatives), onychophorans (velvet worms), and tardigrades (water bears). The Arachnida represent the largest proportion of the collections, at about 95%. The major portion of the Arachnology ...
  • Museum Victoria Entomology Collection from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. Primarily focused on the fauna of Victoria and south-eastern Australia, the insect and arachnid collections also contain material from around Australia and the rest of the world. 2.5-3.0 million specimens, with more than 190,000 registered specimens, consisting of both wet (preserved in 70% ethanol) and dry (pinned) specimens. The ...
  • Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery – Entomology from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. Natural Science collections of botany, geology and zoology, of mainly Tasmanian origin but also including material from mainland Australia and overseas. Registered ‘lots’ of Insecta – 13500; Arachnida – 11100 (95% spiders); Diplopoda – 5090 and Chilopoda – 2080. The collection was established in 1842 and continues to the present.
  • Queensland Museum Entomology from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. The entomology collection contains: over 1,600,000 specimens; covers all taxonomic groups and all habitats throughout Queensland and adjacent regions; most comprehensive collections from all major tracts of rainforest, and a database of 60,000 specimen records from 750 sites within these rainforests; internationally recognised ...
  • South Australian Museum Terrestrial Invertebrate Collection from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. The collection has Australia-wide and Indo-Pacific representation, plus some world specimens for comparative purposes. The collection comprises 1200000 pinned specimens, 450000 specimens in spirit and 20000 slides. There are 8670 holotypes, of which 5000 are from the A.M. Lea beetle collection. There are 23000 other types. Primary types ...
  • 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 ...