Located in La Ceiba, Honduras. Contains 9000 butterflies, moths and other insects from Honduras and around the world.
Philadelphia, world's leader in freshwater science research and biodiversity research, museum hosts dinosaurs, fossils, live butterflies, dioramas, offers environmental science education to adults and students, library and archives.
Part of the Harvard University Museum of Natural History complex which collects and exhibits the "variety and comparative relationships of animal life."
Part of the Harvard University Museum of Natural History. Collects and exhibits botanical specimens, products and artifacts. Contains an extensive paleobotanical collection, particularly Precambrian material. Famous for its collection of glass flowers.
Part of The Finnish Museum of Natural History, its world-wide collecting activities add more than 22,000 specimens per year (vascular plants, cryptogams and fungi). Includes floristic database of Finland and some adjacent territories.
Collections includes vertebrate specimens from around the world and faunal surveys. Focus on Alberta. Primarily research and teaching collection.
Museum collections and web resources related to biodiversity, insects, fishes, mollusks, mammals, birds, and reptiles/amphibians. Major research and training museum.
One of the world's top 10 institutions for scientific research and education in systematic biology, with collections of more than 32 million specimens and artifacts. Major educational resource in biology. Use the site map to find your way around the Web site.
One of the world's top 10 research collections covering most fields of systematic biology. Comprehensive exhibits. Excellent educational site. Take a virtual tour through the Museum.
Insect collection contains over 500,000 specimens for 10,000 different species. Extensive microscopic slide collection available to researchers. Part of Pennsylvania State University Department of Entomology. Limited Web presence.