Mammal Collections w/ Kansas Specimens


The first specimen assignable to the political region that defines Kansas today, was collected in . Since then, over 48,438 Kansas specimens have been cataloged in 44 different collections. These biological collections contribute to society and science in many ways; including public health and safety, serving as a baseline in perpetuity for monitoring environmental change, and are fundemental in taxonomy and systematics.

Mammal Collection (# of Kansas records):

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