Illinois Natural History Survey - Crustacean Collection (INHS-CRUSTACEAN)

The collection contains primary types of nine species and secondary types of 5 species. The collection contains over 91,000 specimens and 12,100 lots of approximately 350 species in 30 families. Almost all are from North America. About 50% of the collection is from Illinois; the remainder is mostly from the southeastern United States. The best represented groups are crayfishes, shrimps, scuds, slaters, and pill bugs. A few lots of marine crustaceans found along the North American coastline are also present in the collection.
Contact: Dan Wylie (wylie.dan@gmail.com)
Collection Type: Preserved Specimens
Management: Data snapshot of local collection database
Last Update: 24 July 2017
Collection Statistics:
  • 15632 specimen records
  • 14547 (93%) georeferenced
  • 30 families
  • 9 genera
  • 28 species
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