Australian National Insect Collection

The Australian National Insect Collection is the world's largest collection of Australian insects and related groups. The Australian National Insect Collection (ANIC) is the pre-eminent collection of our insects including mites, spiders, worms and centipedes, and is an invaluable resource maintained by CSIRO.

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ANIC Bee Expedition 25

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ANIC Cicada Expedition 1

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ANIC Bee Expedition 23

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ANIC Bee Expedition 21

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ANIC Bee Expedition 20

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Australian National Insect Collection - Euryglossinae Bee Expedition 1:

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Australian National Insect Collection - Euryglossinae Bee Expedition 2:

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ANIC Cockroach Slides Expedition

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