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

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    An annotated check-list is given of Bivalvia species occurring deeper than 2000 m in the seas bordering Europe.

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    This dataset contains data from the Ichthyologie collection from the Zoological Museum of the CAU University Kiel.

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    This dataset contains data from the Crustacea collection from the Zoological Museum of the CAU University Kiel. The collection contains Crustacea specimens collected from all over the world.

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    Sesam is the Collection Management System of the Senckenberg Museum. SeSam was developed together with com2 (Bad Homburg). All collections (both zoological and botanical) of the Senckenberg Research Institute are going to use this efficient tool.

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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.

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    The Polychaetes 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 Polychaetes from all over the world.

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

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    The Echinodermata 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 Echinodermata from all over the world.

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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.