Australian Museum Malacology Collection

The Australian Museum Malacology collection is one of the world's largest of its kind, covering all groups of recent (up to 1.6 million year old) and tertiary (65-1.6 million year old) molluscs.

94% Complete
5% Complete
94% Validated
99% Transcribed
103440 Tasks

1 ExpeditionsUnderway

103 ExpeditionsCompleted

All Expeditions
Showing 104 expeditions

Australian Museum Slipper Snails Expedition

0% Complete (success)
33% Transcribed
0% Validated
33% Transcribed
951 Tasks

Australian Museum Land Snail Expedition - 2

0% Complete (success)
100% Transcribed
0% Validated
100% Transcribed
635 Tasks

Australian Museum Pheasant Shell Expedition - 2

0% Complete (success)
100% Transcribed
0% Validated
100% Transcribed
694 Tasks

Australian Museum Freshwater Snail Expedition 2

0% Complete (success)
100% Transcribed
0% Validated
100% Transcribed
823 Tasks

Australian Museum Cowries and False Cowries Expedition

0% Complete (success)
100% Transcribed
0% Validated
100% Transcribed
354 Tasks

Australian Museum Tower Shell Expedition

20% Complete (success)
80% Transcribed
20% Validated
100% Transcribed
668 Tasks

Australian Museum Top Snails Expedition - 7

44% Complete (success)
56% Transcribed
44% Validated
100% Transcribed
1306 Tasks

Australian Museum Dialids and Litiopids Expedition

47% Complete (success)
53% Transcribed
47% Validated
100% Transcribed
1159 Tasks

Australian Museum Sea Snails Expedition - 6

79% Complete (success)
21% Transcribed
79% Validated
100% Transcribed
1468 Tasks

Australian Museum Gastropod Expedition - 3

100% Complete (success)
0% Transcribed
100% Validated
100% Transcribed
1139 Tasks

Australian Museum Malacology Collection Stats

{{transcriberCount}} Volunteers

{{completedTasks}} tasks of {{totalTasks}} completed

Honour Board

Day Tripper View Top 20
{{daily.name}} {{daily.score}}
Weekly Wonder View Top 20
{{weekly.name}} {{weekly.score}}
Monthly Maestro View Top 20
{{monthly.name}} {{monthly.score}}
Australian Museum Malacology Collection Legend View Top 20
{{alltime.name}} {{alltime.score}}

Latest Contributions

View all contributors »

Why you should get involved?

Contribute to knowledge

Help researchers better understand the diversity of plant and animal life.

Be an online volunteer

Be part of an active community that supports and contributes to science and culture.

Make data accessible

Unlock collections and extend the reach of information around the world.

Institutions using digivol