The Australian Museum holds extensive collections of invertebrates but does not carry out specialised research in all areas. The current emphasis in the collections is crustaceans, worms, insects, spiders and molluscs.
The study of insects, including flies, cicadas, fleas, bugs, bees and more.
The study of spiders, scorpions, ticks, mites and more.
The study of molluscs, including clams, mussels, snails, and more.
Our current focus is on polychaetes and crustaceans.
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Australian Museum is a New South Wales Government funded cultural institution