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.

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Australian Museum Wentletraps 1 expedition

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Australian Museum Land Snail Expedition - 2

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Australian Museum Pheasant Shell Expedition - 2

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Australian Museum Slipper Snails Expedition

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Australian Museum Top Snails Expedition - 7

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Australian Museum Freshwater Snail Expedition 2

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Australian Museum Dialids and Litiopids Expedition

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Australian Museum Gastropod Expedition - 3

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Australian Museum Bivalve 22 Expedition

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