Southwestern Research Station (SWRS)

The Southwestern Research Station aspires to add to the existing diversity and strengths of the American Museum of Natural History by providing scientists and educators from the Museum and other institutions across the country and around the world the opportunity to participate in research, workshops, and classes in one of the most biologically rich environments in the United States. The Station seeks to face the challenges of the future by promoting knowledge and understanding of our ever changing world and by evolving to meet the current needs of individuals and groups that strive to conserve the world’s biodiversity – all through the benefits of an outdoor laboratory that enhances research and education.
Contacts: Marilyn Loveless,
Collection Type: Preserved Specimens
Management: Live Data managed directly within data portal
Global Unique Identifier: 53eb716e-aa13-409f-ac84-c22219868167
Digital Metadata: EML File
Collection Statistics
  • 2,091 specimen records
  • 2 (0.1%) georeferenced
  • 1,970 (94%) identified to species
  • 112 families
  • 489 genera
  • 1,032 species
  • 1,064 total taxa (including subsp. and var.)
Extra Statistics