The Terrestrial Zoology department of the Western Australian Museum maintains large collections of a wide variety of terrestrial animals, including both terrestrial invertebrates and vertebrates, as well as marine mammals.
Members of the department undertake research into various aspects of terrestrial animals, particularly their classification and naming, evolutionary relationships, and ecology and behaviour.
Data and Resources
- Arachnology Collectioncsv
The Arachnology section contains some 600,000 specimens, covering all...
- Herpetology (Reptiles and Frogs) Collectioncsv
The Herpetology collection contains specimens of reptiles and frogs from...
- Mammalogy (Mammals) Collectioncsv
This collection contains representatives of both terrestial and aquatic...
- Ornithology (Birds) Collectioncsv
The Museum's Ornithology Collection contains eggs, nests, skeletons,...
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