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1. National Museum of Natural History Invertebrate Zoology Collections [NMNH_Invertebrate_Zoology_Collection]
NMNH Invertebrate Zoology Collections records, 8784 Bryozoa, 68401 Coelenterates, 220965 Crustacea, 75012 Echinoderms, 196851 Mollusks, 28853 Porifera, 16466 Tunicates, 171401 Worms, 93268 General; ...


2. National Museum of Natural History Vertebrate Zoology Fishes Collections [NMNH_Vertebrate_Zoology_Fishes_Collections]
The Fish Collection at the National Museum of Natural History is the largest in the world, containing an estimated 4 million specimens in over 540,000 lots. The collections are worldwide in coverage. ...


3. Centres of Plant Diversity [SI_NMNH_CPD]
Floristically, Central America is the least known part of the world, yet it is extremely rich in numbers of plant species. Of the world's c. 250,000 species of flowering plants, an estimated 15,000-17,000 ...


4. A Checklist of the Insects of Subsaharan Africa [insects_subsaharanAfrica]
One of the most basic needs for inventorying, exploiting and monitoring the changes in the insect diversity of Africa is a complete list of species which are already know to ...


5. Mammal Species of the World [si_mnh_mammalspecies]
The Mammal Species of the World (MSW) is a database of mammalian taxonomy. The names are organized in a hierarchy that includes Order, Family, Subfamily, Genus and Species. Records include ...


6. Index Nominum Genericorum [ING]
The Index Nominum Genericorum (ING), a collaborative project of the International Association for Plant Taxonomy (IAPT) and the Smithsonian Institution, was initiated in 1954 as a compilation of generic ...


7. Type Catalog for Specimens of Birds in the United States National Museum [SI_NMNH]
The National Collections are maintained as a resource to promote ornithological research, and as such, are irreplaceable. Between 200 and 400 scientists from around the world ...


8. Collaborative Research: Relevance of Planktonic Larval Dispersal to Endemism and Biogeography of Antarctic Benthic Invertebrates [NSF-ANT03-38218]
Because of extreme isolation of the Antarctic continent since the Early Oligocene, one expects a unique invertebrate benthic fauna with a high degree of endemism. Yet some invertebrate taxa that constitute ...


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