Australian Fishes Citizen Scientist


  • 2h/week
  • Flexible
  • Flexible

Posted on Jul 27, 2022

Last updated on Aug 19, 2022

The Australasian Fishes project allows you to upload, identify and comment on observations of Australian and New Zealand fishes.

The role

The project is a collaboration between the public, industry partners and professional ichthyologists at a number of Australian and New Zealand museums and other fish-related institutions. We are building up an extensive 'image library' that can be used to identify fishes, to map their distributions, to investigate changes in growth, pattern and shape with growth and other issues. You can make an amazing contribution through citizen science.

Need to know



Start date: July 27, 2022

End date: -


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Australian Museum

We are Australia’s first museum, and have over 21 million scientific specimens and cultural objects in our collections.

Organisation information

Who are we?

Australian Museum

The Australian Museum Centre for Citizen Science programs provide a very important source of data about biodiversity. Data and insights …

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