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Unidentified snake / legless lizard contained in large glass jar with black cork. Pale with regular dorsolateral blotches along body of brownish markings.
Accession No
A93.824

Name/Title
Armadillo carapace mounted on a wooden stand. The underside is hollow and coloured a grey-yellow colour. The top surface is a golden brown. Behind the large front armoured segment are nine bands of overlapping scales followed by twenty one rows of smaller scales. The tail is also segmented into bands of scales - the tip of which is missing.
Accession No
A70.677

Name/Title
Single tusk from a boar. Curved in a "C" shape. Top end has a jagged rough edge. On the inner curve the tusk is a golden colour, the remainder of the tusk is an off-white colour.
Accession No
A94.761

Name/Title
Left and right mandibles of a kurī (Polynesian dog). Two incisors are missing. The mandibles are attached to an uncatalogued kurī cranium.
Accession No
A78.044

Name/Title
A clear bag of bone fragments. Likely to be Moa bones and incomplete. Within the clear bag is a number of brown paper bags each with collection details and date.
Accession No
A100.845

Name/Title
An albino stuffed and mounted ferret.
Accession No
A100.862

Name/Title
A small coiled stuffed snake. The dry skin is flaking off making the real colour difficult to see. In places the scales can be seen as a redy brown colour. There are no eyes and the head is almost hidden by coils.
Accession No
A100.858

Name/Title
A stuffed gray squirrel. It mounted in a sitting position on its hind haunches with its arms out like it is holding something. The tail is short and only slightly fluffier than the body. It is a gray colour all over.
Accession No
A100.863

Name/Title
Dama wallaby. A stuffed small kangaroo like animal. It is grey with bits of golden brown fur. It is in a sitting position on its hind legs with the talk out and small arms in front.
Accession No
A100.872

Name/Title
Latrodectus hasseltii, Red back spider.Small spider preserved in jar of 70% ethanol. Due to the preservation technique some of the colour has faded out so it is now a brown colour with white marking. Two labels in the jar.
Accession No
A100.884

Name/Title
A stuffed red squirrel. It is mounted in a sitting position looking upwards and arms out. The tail is fluffy and curled upwards.
Accession No
A100.864

Name/Title
Latrodectus katipo (Katipo spider). Small brown spider in a jar with 70% ethanol. Two labels are in the jar. There are few markings on the spider.
Accession No
A100.882

Name/Title
A spider tied to a piece of glass. The legs and head/thorax are a redy brown and the abdomen is black. The legs are spread out. There are small white dots on the abdomen.
Accession No
A100.891

Name/Title
Stomach contents of the White-faced Heron (Notophyx novaehollandiae). The contents are in a clear glass jar with white lid. Label with details inside the jar.
Accession No
A100.888

Hexathele hochstetteri, Banded tunnelweb spider. A large spider preserved in a glass jar with white lie. The spider has a distinctive marking on the abdomen which is white. The legs are a golden colour.
Accession No
A100.894

Name/Title
Small spider preserved in ethanol in a clear jar with white lid. The label is waterproof paper and placed inside the jar. A piece of string is around the spiders body.
Accession No
A100.893

Name/Title
Hexathele sp. Tunnelweb spider. Stored in clear glass jar with white lid filled with 70% ethanol. Spider is a reddish brown colour. Dust covering surface of the spider from when it was not in ethanol.
Accession No
A101.011

Name/Title
Galaxias maculatus, Inanga or Whitebait. Four small fish stored in glass jar with white plastic lid filled with 70% ethanol. The fish are a pinky colour. The largest one with mould on its tail from previous jar which did not have enough ethanol in.
Accession No
A101.017

Name/Title
Gizzard contents from the N.Z. owl Ninox novaeseelandia. Contain is a glass jar with white lid filled with 70% ethanol. The item is long and wound up like a rope.
Accession No
A100.887

Name/Title
Poecilopachys bispinosa (Two spined spider). Small spider in jar with 70% ethanol. The spider is brown with white markings on the body. Two spines on the back with the upper surface white.
Accession No
A100.881

Name/Title
A small tail less scorpion. They have large pinchers at the front but no tail like a real scorpion. Often called false scorpions. It is a red brown colour.
Accession No
A100.880

Name/Title
Preserved alimentary tract of the New Zealand Falcon (falco novaeseelandiae). It is bunched up and floating. Some small feathers appear to be coming out end of the canal. It is a golden colour.
Accession No
A100.883

Name/Title
Lampona cylindrata (White-tail spider). The spider as a dark brown cephlathorax, the legs are a reddish colour. The spider is tied to a piece of glass. It is stored in a glass jar with a white plastic lid. The jar is filled with 70% ethanol.
Accession No
A101.006

Name/Title
Lampona cylindrata (White-tailed spider). Two small immature spiders tied to a piece of glass with white string. The bottom spider is larger than the top one. They are stored in a glass jar with white lid and filled with 70% ethanol.
Accession No
A101.012

Name/Title
Spider. The spider is stored in a glass jar with a white plastic lid. The jar is filled with 70% ethanol. The spider has a long body with wide spreading legs. The two front pairs are stretching forward. The spider is tied to a piece of glass.
Accession No
A101.004
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