The Australian Taxonomy
I have worked as a Technical Officer in Molluscs at the Western Australian Museum for nearly 20 years. I completed a BSc (Hons) degree at Curtin University in 2000 before commencing work. In early 2020 I completed a Masters of Philosophy degree at Murdoch University on the land snail genus Bothriembryon.
In my position at the WA Museum I primarily manage the mollusc collection, but also participate in marine and terrestrial field-trips. My expertise is terrestrial (land-snails) and freshwater molluscs. My research interest is the gondwanan family Bothriembryontidae.
Corey's work profile
Corey works in the following sector(s): Collections Institution
Corey's primary institution is: Western Australian Museum
Corey's position is: Technical Officer - Molluscs
Corey's work in taxonomy
Corey has the following roles: Collecting, Identification, Research, Collection Management
Corey's skills are in Classification, Nomenclature, Biogeography
Corey works on the taxonomy of Animals, Molluscs, Bothriembryontidae, Pupillidae, Camaenidae
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