Invertebrate collections

The mollusk collections

The mollusk collections of Antipa Museum include over 172,000 specimens from all over the world and they are kept as shells or preserved in alcohol.

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Chelicerata Collections

Chelicerata collections presently contain 57,000 specimens, app. 914 species. The largest part is the Araneae (spiders) collections – 97%.

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Crustaceans collections

Crustaceans collections (crabs, shrimps, lobsters, etc.) belonging to the “Grigore Antipa” National Museum of Natural History are the most important collections in Romania because of the large number of specimens and species.

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