Pacific Biological Survey

Studying biodiversity throughout the Pacific Basin

Snails from Samoa, plants in Papua, fish from Fiji, corals in the Red SeaSamoan snail - researchers for the Pacific Biological Survey have travelled to learn more about these, and many other, plants and animals. Here you can discover more about some of the fascinating places and their valuable biological heritage that our scientists have studied throughout the Pacific!


PBS in Papuasia

Cargo

Papuan Herpetofauna

Papuan Herpetological Bibliography

Papuan Plants

Kamiali Field Station

PBS in Fiji

Fiji Fish Project

Fiji Arthropod Survey

PBS in Samoa

Flowers

Samoa Snail Project

PBS in the Pacific Basin

Cook Islands Biodiversity database

1997 Palau Expedition

Indo-Pacific Fishes

Pacific Insects Issues

Pacific Insects Monographs Issues

PBS around the world

Corals of Oman

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