Wirbellose ohne Arthropoda, Mollusca, Tentaculata und Chordata
Kurator: Dr. Helmut Sattmann
Sammlungsmanager (Techniker): Stefan Szeiler
Protozoa: wet collection, dry collection, microslides
Among others, material of Pennard from Lake of Geneva (Lac Leman); types from Foissner; parasitic protozoa from Czaker, J. Weiser - many types.
Porifera: wet collection, dry collection, microslides
Material from different expeditions; types from Lendenfeld, Marenzeller, O. Schmidt, Schultze.
Coelenterata: wet collection, dry collection, microslides.
Huge collection, among many others specimens from the Pola-Expedition to the Red Sea (det. Marenzeller), from E.v. Ransonnet, types from Marenzeller, Kükenthal, Svoboda, etc....
Plathelminthes: wet collection, microslides
Huge collection of Turbellaria, mainly from Schmarda, Graff, Steinböck; many types
Important collection of Trematoda and Cestoda mainly from Bremser (Rudolphi), Natterer, Diesing, Molin, Ohdner, Stossich, Dietz, Daday, Braun, Lühe, Fuhrmann, Pintner, Shippney & Hornell, Kritscher, Kanev, Horak, Kolarova, Choudhuri, Scholz etc.; many types
Nemertini: wet collection, microslides
Types from Schmarda, Senz Katalog der Nemertinea (as pdf file, 165kB)
Nemathelminthes: wet collection, microslides
Huge collection of parasitic Nematoda and Acanthocephala mainly from Bremser (Rudolphi), Westrumb, Natterer, Diesing, Molin, Kritscher, Moravetz etc.; many types. Freeliving Nematodafrom Eder, Ott, Vopel,
Annelida: wet collection, microslides
Important collections of Polychaeta from Schmarda, Marenzeller, Langerhans, Kato; many types.
Types of Oligochaeta from Rosa, Michaelsen, Schmarda, Csuzdi & Zicsi and some specimens of Vestimentifera (Jerichoworms) from Hot Vents (East Pacific Rise) and Cold Seeps (Gulf of Mexico) from M. Bright and C. Fisher.
Types from M. Bauer-Nebelsick (Bright)
Echinodermata: wet collection, dry collection
Good collection from different expeditions, types from Marenzeller, Marktanner-Turneretscher
Smaller collections of Mesozoa, Sipunculida, Echiurida, Priapulida, Chaetognatha, Enteropneusta. Scientific Zoological Collections in Natural History Museums are documents of nature and natural science. They are a scientific basis to prove results and to compare objects of scientific interest under different views and to forward new approaches with old and new material. Zoological collections are first essential for serious research in zoological systematics and taxonomy. They are nevertheless also of great importance for other fields of zoological research like ecology, zoogeography, genetics, environemental science, conservation etc.
Therefore all scientists who are working in systematics and other fields which can be documented by objects should deposit important material officially in Zoological Collections of Natural History Museums.