The Australian Taxonomy
Tristan J. Verhoeff
I work as a research associate (voluntarily) with the Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery. I conduct general work in the collections, preserving, identifying, and registering marine invertebrates. I have general expertise identifying a wide range of brachiopods, crustaceans, and cephalopods. I am carrying out taxonomic research into Cephalopods (notably cirrate octopus) and some of the living Brachiopods (lamp shells).
Tristan J.'s work profile
Tristan J. works in the following sector(s): Collections Institution
Tristan J.'s primary institution is: Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
Tristan J.'s position is: Research Associate
Tristan J.'s work in taxonomy
Tristan J. has the following roles: Specimen preparation, Identification, Research
Tristan J.'s skills are in Species delimitation, Classification, Nomenclature
Tristan J. works on the taxonomy of Brachiopoda, lamp shells (non-fossil); Cephalopoda, Cirrata, Grimpoteuthis, Opisthoteuthis, octopus, squid.
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