Australian Museum Entomology

There is an emphasis is on the New South Wales fauna, although there are significant holdings from other states and regions. The collection has internationally significant holdings of acalyptrate Diptera, Psocoptera, and Chrysomelidae as well as major Australian collections of Neuroptera, Megaloptera, Lepidoptera, and Coleoptera.

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