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    The Porifera collection is part of the SeSAM collections of Senckenberg which combines all collections held at the Senckenberg Natutal History Museum of Frankfurt. This collection contains Porifera from all over the world.

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    The Protozoa collection of the Zoological Museum Amsterdam is modest in size (ca. 100 registered samples) and modest in importance (no nominal types). Its main contents are dry Foraminifera. Approximately half of the specimens are collected in Indonesia during the Siboga Expedition in 1899-1900.

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    The Bryozoa collection is part of the SeSAM collections of Senckenberg which combines all collections held at the Senckenberg Natutal History Museum of Frankfurt. This collection contains Bryozoa from all over the world.

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    The Copepoda collection is part of the SeSAM collections of Senckenberg which combines all collections held at the Senckenberg Natutal History Museum of Frankfurt. This collection contains Copepoda from all over the world.

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    Observation data of occurrence of three Idotea species collected from museum collections in Northern Europe.

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    Observation data of occurrence of three Idotea species collected from own field sampling in Northern Europe.

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    Data on pelagic fishes from German North Atlantic cruises from the 1970s to 1980s kept by the Zoological Museum of Hamburg (ZIM Hamburg). The dataset was provided to MAR-ECO by Dr. Heino Fock. Primary reference: Post, A. 1987. Pelagic transects of FRVs "Walther Herwig" and "Anton Dohrn" in the Atlantic Ocean 1966 to 1986. Mitt. Inst. f. Seefischerei d. BfaFi Hamburg, 42: 1-68.

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    The Ctenophora collection is part of the SeSAM collections of Senckenberg which combines all collections held at the Senckenberg Natutal History Museum of Frankfurt. This collection is comparatively small; the material reflects not only the research activities of our institute in the Arctic Ocean and North Sea, but also in the Mediterranean and Red Sea. There are no types present today.

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    The available data through GBIF.ES represents 5-10% of the Oceanographic Center of Malaga fauna collection, Spanish Institute of Oceanography. It is made up of fish captured between 100 and 2000 m depth in Mauritania, and comprises 246 Teleostei specimens, i.e. 137 species from 65 families, some Elasmobranchii, i.e. 20 species from 6 families, and one <i>Myxine ios</i> specimen.

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    The Pantopoda collection is part of the SeSAM collections of Senckenberg which combines all collections held at the Senckenberg Natutal History Museum of Frankfurt.