Evertebrates, or invertebrates, are the name of all other animals that do not belong to the insects or vertebrates. The zoological collection has extensive collections of this group of animals that have been collected during expeditions or research projects since the first half of the 19th century and until today.
Our invertebrate collections include:
- Oscar Carlgren (1865 - 1954) collection of anthosos. Inkluding 66 types.
- Knut Lindberg (1892 - 1962), various groups
- Benthic fauna surveys from the coasts of Skåne and Halland from 1993 are still ongoing
- Öresund material, 1920s and 1930s, 1960s
- Spiders, collected by Almquist, Sven, Southern Sweden; Bengtson, Sven Axel et al. Iceland and the Faroe Islands
- Earthworms from Southern Sweden collected by Rundgren Sten, & Nordström, S. and Bengtson, Sven Axel collected in Iceland
- Ectoparasites from the North Calotte collections 1965 -70
- The Chile-expedition, Dahl, Erik. 1949
- The South African-expedition, Brinck, Per. & Gustav., Rudebeck, G & I., 1950-1951
- The Ceylon-expedition (Sri Lanka), Brinck, Per., Andersson, H. & Cederholm, Lennart. 1962
E-mail: Maria [dot] Mostadius [at] biol [dot] lu [dot] se