The collection of **cnidarians**, comprising about 80 000 lots, combines old specimens from all oceans. Two CRLFs follow this word: These specimens are preserved in either alcohol, dry, as slides, or in a separate herbaria for some hydroids and sea fans. One CRLF follows this word: The oldest specimens (1706-1707) of Hydroids and Octocorallia of the collection are preserved in herbaria made by Sébastien Vaillant. A new paragraph follows this word:
The story is revealed on the label and recalls the big names such as a list made with CRLFs follows: Peron and Lesueur; Savigny; Jean-Baptiste Lamarck; Quoy and Gaimard; Valenciennes; and H. Milne-Edwards and Haime. Generations of scientists have enriched the collection, thanks to naturalist expeditions like that of Egypt (1800-1804), Baudin on the western coast of Australia, the Astrolabe (1837-1840), and the two French Antarctic expeditions in early twentieth century. New paragraph.
For forty years, various campaigns in the
- Atlantic (Thalassa, Biogas ...),
- the sub-Antarctic (on the Marion Dufresne),
- the Indo-Pacific (program MUSORSTOM / Deep-Sea Benthos),
- and the great expeditions (Santo, Vanuatu 2006, Guadeloupe 2012) made for the "Planet revisited" program,
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Occurrence; Cnidaria; Marine; Invertebrates; Zoology; Taxonomy; Specimens; Collections; Types; Occurrence
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Geographic coverage description, two CRLF And one CRLF. And final line.
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [-90, -180], North East [90, 180]|
Taxonomic coverage description, two CRLF And one CRLF. And final line.
|Formation Period||Formation period|
|Living Time Period||Living time period|
Project data description, two CRLF And one CRLF. And final line.
|Study Area Description||Study area description, two CRLF And one CRLF. And final line.|
|Design Description||Design description, two CRLF And one CRLF. And final line.|
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Sampling description, two CRLF And one CRLF. And final line.
|Study Extent||Study extent, two CRLF And one CRLF. And final line.|
|Quality Control||Quality control, two CRLF And one CRLF. And final line.|
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- Step description, two CRLF And one CRLF. And final line.
Additional information, two CRLF And one CRLF. And final line.
|Purpose||Purpose, two CRLF And one CRLF. And final line.|
|Maintenance Description||Maintenance description, two CRLF And one CRLF. And final line.|