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1. Australian National Fish Collection [CSIRO_ANFishCollection]
The Australian National Fish Collection (formerly the I.S.R. Munro Ichthyological Collection) is a collection of some 135,000 vouchered fish specimens from 2,800 species, originally started ...


2. Centro Nacional Patagonico Ichthyological Collection (OBIS South America, ARGENTINA (AR-OBIS) SOUTHWEST ATLANTIC) [LEWIS-2]
The collection comprises fish specimens collected during fifty years mostly in the Southwestern Atlantic Ocean shared with the GBIF collection.


3. Fishes in the Argentine Sea from 1967 to the present time (OBIS South America, ARGENTINA (AR-OBIS) SOUTHWEST ATLANTIC) [OBIS.cnp-peces]   CHILD METADATA
Numerous fishery research trips have been made in the Argentine sea during the last 40 years. The aim of this database is collecting all the observational ...


4. Fishes in the Argentine Sea from 1967 to the present time [SCAR-MarBIN] [scarmarbin_cnp-peces]   PARENT METADATA
This metadata record is a modified child record of an original parent record originating from custodians of data associated with the Australian Antarctic Program (see the Parent DIF field below ...


5. Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History - Marine Birds, Mammals, and Fishes (OBIS Canada) [obis.nsmnh]   PARENT METADATA
This is the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History database for marine organisms, including birds, mammals, and fishes. It contains mostly Nova Scotia material but there is also representation from ...


6. Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History - Marine Birds, Mammals, and Fishes Data [Canada_NSMNH_MarineBirdMammFish]   CHILD METADATA
This is the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History database for marine organisms, including birds, mammals, and fishes. It contains mostly Nova Scotia material but there is also representation from ...


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