Australian Museum Entomology Collection

The Australian Museum entomology collection contains mostly Australian species but there is a strong non-Australian representation of beetles, psocids (booklice), flies, butterflies and moths.

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Australian Museum Robber Fly Expedition - 4

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Australian Museum Dragonflies

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Australian Museum Robber Fly Expedition - 6

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Australian Museum Butterflies From Around the World - 2

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Australian Museum Dragonflies in Paper - 3

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Australian Museum Beetles Expedition

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Australian Museum Mosquito Expedition - 2

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Australian Museum Robber Fly Expedition - 9

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Australian Museum Butterflies From Around the World - 4

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Australian Museum Frit Flies Expedition - 4

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