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1. Animal Demography Unit - Coordinated Waterbird Counts (CWAC) [adu_cwac]
The Coordinated Waterbird Counts (CWAC) project was launched in 1992. The objective of CWAC is to monitor South Africa's waterbird populations and the conditions of the wetlands which are important ...


2. Animal Demography Unit - South African Bird Ringing Unit (SAFRING) [adu_safring]
The South African Bird Ringing Unit (SAFRING) administers bird ringing in southern Africa, supplying rings, ringing equipment and services to volunteer and professional ringers in South Africa and ...


3. Animal Demography Unit - The Birds in Reserves Project (BIRP) [adu_birp]
BIRP is a joint project of BirdLife South Africa (BLSA), and the Animal Demography Unit (ADU), based at the University of Cape Town (UCT). The basic purpose of BIRP is to compile a comprehensive catalogue ...


4. Bolus Herbarium Algal Specimen Database [uct_algae]
The Bolus Herbarium algal collection is the most comprehensive collection in South Africa. Though housing collections from the whole of the South African coastline and also from Namibia, the Western ...


5. East London Museum - Mollusc Collection [elm_molluscs]
The East London (EL) Museum's major natural history collections are molluscs and birds.They also have smaller collections of other marine invertebrates, mammals, skeletons (mammals), reptiles, palaeontology, ...


6. Ezemvelo KwaZulu-Natal Wildlife - Benthic survey on Aliwal Shoal (May 2004 - May 2005) (BAS) [ekznw_benthic]
Aliwal Shoal was declared a Marine Protected Area in 2004 and baseline data of the reef biota was required. This study was initiated by the Oceanographic Research Institute (ORI) based in Durban to ...


7. MADAGASCAR National Oceanographic Data Centre - Corals [madagascar_corals]
The Madagascar National Oceanographic Data Centre is attached to the University of Toliara. Some of the research achievements of the Oceanographic Data Centre are: a project for the protection of ...


8. MADAGASCAR National Oceanographic Data Centre - Diatoms [madagascar_diatoms]
The Madagascar National Oceanographic Data Centre is attached to the University of Toliara. Some of the research achievements of the Oceanographic Data Centre are: a project for the protection of ...


9. MADAGASCAR National Oceanographic Data Centre - Dinoflagellates [madagascar_dinoflagelles]
The Madagascar National Oceanographic Data Centre is attached to the University of Toliara. Some of the research achievements of the Oceanographic Data Centre are: a project for the protection of ...


10. MADAGASCAR National Oceanographic Data Centre - Fish [madagascar_fish]
The Madagascar National Oceanographic Data Centre is attached to the University of Toliara. Some of the research achievements of the Oceanographic Data Centre are: a project for the protection of ...


11. MADAGASCAR National Oceanographic Data Centre - Invertebrates [madagascar_invertebrates]
The Madagascar National Oceanographic Data Centre is attached to the University of Toliara. Some of the research achievements of the Oceanographic Data Centre are: a project for the protection of ...


12. Marine and Coastal Management (MCM) - Demersal Surveys [mcm_demersal]
Marine and Coastal Management (MCM) is one of four branches of the Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism. It is the regulatory authority responsible for managing all marine and coastal activities. ...


13. Marine and Coastal Management (MCM) - Linefish Dataset [mcm_linefish]
Marine and Coastal Management (MCM) is one of four branches of the Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism. It is the regulatory authority responsible for managing all marine and coastal activities. ...


14. Marine and Coastal Management (MCM) - Seal Surveys [mcm_seals]
Marine and Coastal Management (MCM) is one of four branches of the Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism. It is the regulatory authority responsible for managing all marine ...


15. Marine and Coastal Management - Copepod Surveys [mcm_copepods]
Marine and Coastal Management (MCM) is one of four branches of the Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism. It is the regulatory authority responsible for managing all marine and coastal activities. ...


16. Natal Museum - Mollusc Collection (Bivalvia and Gastropoda) [NatalMuseum]
The Natal Museum's Department of Mollusca had its origins in the shell collection and library of Henry Burnup, a dedicated amateur who was honorary curator of molluscs until his death ...


17. South African Institute for Aquatic Biodiversity - Fish Collection [saiab]   PARENT DIF
The South African Institute for Aquatic Biodiversity (SAIAB) is a National Research Facility of the National Research Foundation (NRF). It was formerly known as the JLB Smith Institute of Ichthyology, ...


18. iziko South African Museum - Crustacean Collection [iziko_Crustaceans]
The iziko South African Museum houses the most important crustacean (crabs, lobsters, shrimps, barnacles) collection in South Africa. Significant past contributions were made by K.H. Barnard, J.R. ...


19. iziko South African Museum - Fish Collection [IZIKO_Fish]
The iziko South African Museum has a comprehensive holdings comprising of identified bony and cartilaginous fish, mostly from Cape waters, but extending to Angola and Mozambique ...


20. iziko South African Museum - Marine Mammals Collection [IZIKO_Marine_Mammals]
The iziko South African Museum has a comprehensive collection of cetacean and Cape fur seal skeletal material. Skeletal material from other marine mammals is also held. Part of this collection ...


21. iziko South African Museum - Mollusc Collection [iziko_molluscs]
The iziko South African Museum's mollusc collection of southern African species is the second largest mollusc collection in southern Africa. Significant additions were made in the past ...


22. iziko South African Museum - Shark Collection [iziko_sharks]
This collection has global holdings. It includes numerous representatives of eight of the shark groups, most representatives of the Batoids and Chimaeras, including rare species. Significant ...


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