IPT GBIF Sweden
- Algae (S) - Version 4.1
This database contains information on the algae specimens registered so far in the herbarium of the Swedish Museum of Natural History.
- Artportalen (Swedish Species Observation System) - Version 92.124
Artportalen (Swedish Species Observation System) – formerly recognized as Artdata - is a website for reporting and retrieving information on observations of Sweden’s plants, animals and fungi...
- Axel W. Erikssons African Bird Collection at Vänersborg Museum - Version 1.2
Birds in Axel W. Eriksson collection was collected in South-Western Africa during 1867-1887. The birds are mainly collected by Axel W. Eriksson himself, with the exception of a few specimens collected by Charles John Andersson. The geographical range of the collection includes present-day Namibia, Angola, South Africa and Botswana...
- Beetles (LSM) - Version 1.1
This database contains information of registered specimens and observations of the beetle collection of the Museum of Forestry, Lycksele, Sweden.
- Bird Collection of Helsingborg Museums - Version 1.12
The bird collection of Helsingborg Museums consists at present of over 2200 individuals representing about 650 species. The collection was mainly acquired during the early 1900’s.
- Bird Collection of Otto Hedin - Version 5.1
This dataset contains information on 423 registered specimens of the private collection of birds by Otto Hedin currently curated at Kärrboda Gårdsmuseum, Nyköping, Sweden. The dataset was prepared by Kristina Hedin in 2014. The collection contains specimens collected between 1810 and 1915.
- Bird Ringing Centre in Sweden (NRM) - Version 19.3
This database contains information about bird ringing in Sweden.
- Botany (UPS) - Version 4.2
Database of the botany collection of the Museum of Evolution in Uppsala.
- Dyntaxa. Svensk taxonomisk databas - Version 1.2
Dyntaxa is a Swedish taxonomic database of organisms occurring in Swedish nature. For other databases at the Swedish Species Information Centre, e.g. Artportalen, it has a normative function for taxonomic concepts, and is increasingly referenced by external Swedish users. To date (February 2017) Dyntaxa contains information about 60,000 species occurring in Sweden...
- Entomological Collections (NHRS), Swedish Museum of Natural History (NRM) - Version 26.587
The dataset represents the digital holdings of insects, arachnids (mites and spiders) and myriapods (millipedes and centipedes) at the Swedish Museum of Natural History. These collections include over three million specimens, are international in scope, and have broad systematic and geographic coverage.
- Fish Collection NRM - Version 43.144
This database contains information on the so far registered specimens in the fish collection of the Swedish Museum of Natural History. The database is managed with The Artedian collection management system in MS-Access. The main tables describe collecting events and collection objects which are related on a one to many relationships...
- Fishbase - Version 4.3
Fishbase occurrences hosted by GBIF-Sweden
- Fungi (S) - Version 3.1
This database contains information on the fungi specimens registered so far in the herbarium of the Swedish Museum of Natural History.
- Gothenburg Herbarium - General (GBIF:IH:GB:Herbarium) - Version 3.1
This database contains information from Gothenburg (Sweden) general herbarium.
- Gothenburg Herbarium - Types (GBIF:IH:GB:Herbarium) - Version 1.1
This database contains information from Gothenburg (Sweden) types herbarium.
- Herbarium of Umeå University (UME) - Version 2.2
Herbarium UME is a public research herbarium encompassing approximately 300 000 specimens of vascular plants, mosses, algae, fungi and lichens from all parts of the world, but mainly from northern Sweden...
- Herpetology Collection NRM - Version 32.147
This database contains information on the so far registered specimens in the Herpetology Collection of the Swedish Museum of Natural History. The database is managed with The Artedian collection management system in MS-Access. The main tables describe collecting events and collection objects which are related on a one to many relationships...
- Invertebrates (Type Specimens) of the Swedish Museum of Natural History - Version 2.1
The invertebrate type collection at the Swedish Museum of Natural History houses over 8 000 lots of which about 6 600 have been verified (2015). Mollusca constitute about 20% of the type collection. Other well represented groups are Polychaeta, Oligochaeta, Anthozoa, Amphipoda and Echinodermata. The collection houses a large proportion of the type specimens by Ch. Erséus, A. J. Malmgren, A...
- Invertebrates Collection of the Swedish Museum of Natural History - Version 6.1
The invertebrate collections (excluding insects) at the Swedish Museum of Natural History house over 500000 lots in ethanol, dry and on microscope slides. Mollusca constitute more than half of the collections. The geographic scope is worldwide, with a good representation of the Swedish fauna. In 2015, about 30% of the collections have been digitized...
- Invertebrates of the Gothenburg Natural History Museum (GNM) - Version 6.3
This database contains specimens of invertebrates from the Gothenburg natural history museum, collected from the early 1800´s to the present. New specimens are added continuously. The main bulk of the collection consists of ethanol-preserved specimens of marine benthic invertebrates (notably L.A...
- Lepidoptera (Observations) - Version 2.1
This database contains observation data of Lepidoptera at the Entomology Department, Swedish Museum of Natural History.
- Lepidoptera (Specimens NRM) - Version 4.1
This database contains specimen data of Lepidoptera at the Entomology Department, Swedish Museum of Natural History.
- Limnodata - Version 1.1
Database of observations made by Limnodata HB.
- Living Collection of the Gothenburg Botanical Garden - Version 1.0
The area in total is 175 hectares (ca 430 acres), of which most constitutes a nature reserve including the arboretum. The garden proper is about 40 hectars and here grow some 16,000 different species and cultivars. There are many different parts of the garden such as the Rhododendron Valley, the Japanese Glade and the Rockgarden...
- Lund Botanical Museum (LD) - Version 362.623
The scientific collections of Lund Universty Botanical Museum (Herbarium LD) comprise 2.5 million specimens divided into algae & cyanobacteria (102 000), bryophytes (149 000), fungi (63 000), lichens (170 000) and vascular plants (2 000 000). The collections go back to the 18th century and represent more than 250 years of scientific research...
- Lund Museum of Zoology (MZLU) - Version 353.190
This database contains information on birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates, except insects, from the Zoological Collections in the Museum of Biology of Lund, Sweden.
- Lund Museum of Zoology - Insect collections (MZLU) - Version 367.582
Entomological collections. The dataset is set up for curatorial purposes, and each record in the dataset holds information on our material of one species from one country. The dataset mainly contains our pinned, dry specimens in our main collection, and only parts of our alcohol and slides collection.
- Molluscs of the Gothenburg Natural History Museum (GNM) - Version 2.4
The ”Terrestrial invertebrate faunistic research program” at the Göteborg Natural History Museum comprises of land living molluscs /snails and slugs specimens from more than 28.000 localities. Only a small part, specimens from the county of Västerbottens län (724 localities), has so far been exported to GBIF.
- Mosses (S) - Version 4.1
This database contains information on the so far registered bryophyte specimens in the herbarium of the Swedish Museum of Natural History.
- National Forest Inventory (SLU) - Version 2.1
National Forest Inventory from The Swedish University of Agriculture Sciences.
- National Meadow and Pasture Inventory (TUVA) - Version 2.2
The Meadow and Pasture Inventory is a Swedish national inventory of biologically valuable meadows and pastures. The inventory collects information about a number of natural and cultural environments containing flora and other organisms that are highly dependent on hay-making or grazing animals. In the inventory only nature values connected to hay-making or grazing are assessed...
- National Wetland Inventory (NV) - Version 1.2
The national wetland inventory (VMI) has for 25 years made inventories of Swedish wetlands that are situated below the mountain range. Wetlands have been defined in VMI as: "Land where water, for a large part of the year, is close to, in or above the ground, as well as vegetation-covered water areas. At least 50% of the vegetation should be hydrophilic, i.e...
- Oskarshamn herbarium (OHN) - Version 1.3
This database contains information from the herbarium of Oskarshamn, Sweden. Specimens are collected from 1850 and later. The specimens are mainly collected from Sweden, but also from Austria, Norway, France and USA. The collection contains about 220 000 specimens of vascular plants.
- Palaeozoological Collections (PZ), Swedish Museum of Natural History (NRM) - Version 26.602
This dataset represents the physical and digital holdings of fossil animals at the Swedish Museum of Natural History. The collection includes more than one million items, including many type specimens...
- Phanerogamic Botanical Collections (S) - Version 3.1
This database contains information on the specimens in the Phanerogamic Botanical Collections of the Swedish Museum of Natural History.
- Porpoise Observation Database (NRM) - Version 4.11
This data set contains observations of dead or alive harbor porpoises made by the public, mostly around the Swedish coast. A few observations are from Norwegian, Danish, Finish and German waters. Each observation of harbor porpoise is verified at the Swedish Museum of Natural History before it is approved and published on the web...
- SBT-Living - Version 2.1
Database on living organism from Bergius Botanical Garden, Stockholm, Sweden.
- SLU Aqua Institute of Freshwater Research Swedish Electrofishing Registry - SERS - Version 2.2
Electrofishing is a quantitative method to monitor the fish fauna in running waters, allowing fish to be released back alive. SERS consists of results from over 58 000 electrofishing occasions all over Sweden, as far as back to the 1950’s...
- SLU Aqua Institute of Coastal Research Database for Coastal Fish - KUL - Version 3.2
The Department of Aquatic Resources (SLU Aqua) at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences is responsible of collecting and checking test-fishing data generated in national and regional environmental programs on behalf of the Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management. The test fishing is performed with standardized methods...
- SLU Aqua Institute of Freshwater Research National register of survey test-fishing - NORS - Version 2.2
Standardized test-fishing with Nordic multi-mesh gillnets is a widely used method in Sweden to investigate the fish fauna in a lake. In 2005 the method became an European standard (EN 14757). Standardized test-fishing catch most of the Swedish species in a representative way, giving a good estimate of species abundance and size distribution...
- Swedish Malaise Trap Project (SMTP) Collection Inventory - Version 27.585
SMTP data are occurrence data from a major inventory project targeting mainly flying insects, where Malaise traps were collecting on a large number of localities throughout Sweden during 2003-2006. The project is a part of the Swedish Taxonomy Initiative, and is currently run from Station Linné on Öland...
- The Bergius Herbarium - Version 1.1
The Bergius Herbarium is the Bergius Foundations historical collection. It consists mainly of P.J. Bergius own collection with some additions made by the two first Professor Bergiani, O. Swartz and J.E. Wikström. The last accessions were made in 1856. The Bergius Herbarium includes specimens of angiosperms, gymnosperms, algae, bryophytes, fungi and lichens, including some type specimens...
- Vertebrates of the Gothenburg Natural History Museum (GNM) - Version 4.2
This database contains specimens of vertebrates from the Gothenburg Natural History Museum, collected from the early 1800's to present. New specimens are added continuously. Most of the birds and mammals are preserved as skins, while most fishes, amphibians and reptiles are preserved in alcohol...
- Zoology (Museum of Evolution - Uppsala) - Version 4.1
Database of the zoology collection of the Museum of Evolution in Uppsala.
- Ájtte Collection - Version 1.3
Ájtte Museum is one of the museums in Sweden that actively works with the collection and preservation of natural history material. The purpose of the collection is to build a special collection with the overall heading: "nature of the mountains". The collected material includes birds, mammals, fish, fungi, minerals, rocks and botanicals...
Metadata last updated on 2017-05-05 13:30:05.0