|Nudibranchs and flatworms
|a photographic atlas for the Bass Strait region|
Resources and contactsInformation sheets summarising these web pages (although not the photographic galleries) are now available in a format suitable for printing :
Nudibranchs and flatworms - a photographic atlas for the Bass Strait region
The above files require Adobe Acrobat® Reader; if this software is not already installed on your computer it is available as a free download from http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep.html.
The following files are also available for downloading:
Copyright release form either in Microsoft Word® or rich text format (supported by a wide variety of word processors) [You must be prepared to allow the project to use a copy of your images on web or paper publications; this is form enables that. It is provided as a Microsoft Word® file which you can print out and complete by hand, or edit within Microsoft Word®].
Spreadsheet for data entry. You may wish to download and use this Microsoft Excel® format spreadsheet for data entry. Information on the spreadsheet or form can be linked to a unique identification number on each photograph or file. If you are not already doing so, it would be a good idea to record this information for all your photographs. Consult the link getting organised for more thoughts on organising photograph collections.
[Museum Victoria publishes many more information sheets on natural history and other topics; to find these search Museum Victoria'shome page.]
Internet resourcesReefWatch Victoria
Sea Slug Forum [questions, answers and other nudibranch resources, hosted by Dr Bill Rudman at the Australian Museum, Sydney]
Marine Flatworms of the World
Discovery Centre at Museum Victoria
Online Zoological Collections of Australian Museums (OZCAM) [searching and mapping selected animals from collections of Australian museums]
ContactsReef Watch Victoria
c/o Museum Victoria
GPO Box 666
Phone: 03 8341 7446
GPO Box 666
Phone: 03 8341 7111
Fax: 03 8341 7788
[The Discovery Centre (previously known as InfoZone) is the first contact point for bringing photographs to ReefWatch Victoria. Located on the lower ground floor, Melbourne Museum, Carlton Gardens, between Rathdowne and Nicholson Streets, Discovery Centre is free entry, open 10 am-4.30pm Monday to Sunday.]
These pages provide for additional detail and trialling of projects not available on Museum Victoria's main website.
For comments on these web pages please contact Robin Wilson, firstname.lastname@example.org