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Museo civico Storia naturale, Verona, Italy
(english) Museo civico Storia naturale, Lung, Porta Vittoria n°9, I-37129 Verona, Italy. Curator: Mauro Daccordi. Collection: the collection is catalogued but not computerized. Loans are possible and material can be studied in the collection. Size: 1,000-10,000 specimens, including skeletons. Types: 4 species are represented by types. Special features: Mediterranean and European freshwaters; collection of Zanandrea (Petromyzonidae) and collection of D'Ancona (Anguilliformes). (See also: fish collection)
Museo civico di Storia naturale, Verone, Italie
(french) Museo civico Storia naturale, Lung, Porta Vittoria n°9, I-37129 Verone, Italie. Cons. : Mauro Daccordi. La collection est cataloguée mais non informatisée. Prêts et consultations sur place sont possibles. Taille : 1,000-10,000 spécimens, y compris des squelettes. Types : 4 espèces sont représentées par les types. Traits spéciaux : Les eaux douces Méditerranéennes et Européennes ; collection de @[email protected] (Petromyzonidae) et collection de de @[email protected] (anguilles et familles voisines). (See also: fish collection)

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