KUBI Invertebrate Zoology Collection

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KUBI Invertebrate Zoology Collection

Description

Invertebrate Zoology conducts research, research training and graduate education on the world’s invertebrates – their global diversity, evolution, geography, genomics, morphology, conservation, ecology and behavior. These studies are grounded in research collections of hundreds of specimens and their associated data. As of November 2009, the Invertebrate Zoology Collection at the KU Biodiversity Institute contains more than 2000 lots, including more than 150 lots of type specimens. A strength (with more than 1500 lots) is "sea anemones" (Cnidaria: Anthozoa: Actiniaria, Zoanthidea, and Corallimorpharia).

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Administrative contact
Daphne Fautin
Curator
KUBI - Invertebrate Zoology 1200 Sunnyside Ave. 66045 Lawrence KS United States +1 785-864-3062
Metadata author
Daphne Fautin
Curator
KUBI - Invertebrate Zoology 1200 Sunnyside Ave. 66045 Lawrence KS United States +1 785-864-3062
Originator
Daphne Fautin
Curator
KUBI - Invertebrate Zoology 1200 Sunnyside Ave. 66045 Lawrence KS United States +1 785-864-3062

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University of Kansas Biodiversity Institute

Publication Date

Mar 21, 2014

Registration Date

Sep 23, 2008

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KU Biodiversity Institute IPT

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Sea anemones from the Galapagos Islands and the tropical western Pacific. Medusozoans from Japan, United Statesmore

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Sea anemones from the Galapagos Islands and the tropical western Pacific. Medusozoans from Japan, United States and Panama. Molluscs from Kansas and Florida. Earthworms from around the world.

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Laura Russell
Programmer
University of Kansas Biodiversity Institute