Crustaceans and those who love to learn about crustaceans now have an excellent online home in the form of this website provided by the Australian Museum. The site was started in 1999, and its basic purpose and reason for existence is to "provide an interactive information retrieval system for the world crustaceans." Visitors to the site can read a brief introduction and then click on the "World Crustacea" link to get started. Here visitors can click on different species and also take a look at the identification guides, take a look at relevant monographs, and also read an extensive list of references. Additionally, visitors can read through their recent announcements and learn about upcoming workshops and conferences.


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