The Siebold Collection

The Siebold Collection

The Siebold Collection of natural history objects includes a total of 200 mammals, 900 birds, 750 fishes, 170 reptiles, over 5,000 invertebrates, 2,000 different species of plants and 12,000 herbarium specimens. Many of these are stored in Naturalis' collection depots and available in the BioPortal. The material was collected by Von Siebold between 1823 and 1829 during his stay in Japan. The Siebold Collection was the first major collection of Japanese specimen in Europe and contained many species of plants and animals that were unknown in Europe at the time. More information [Dutch]

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Specimens (6,513)

SpecimenSpeciesFound in
L  0000854
Neanotis hirsuta (L.f.) W.H.LewisNaturalis - Botany catalogues
L  0001313
Rubia chinensis var. mitis (Miq.) Kitag.Naturalis - Botany catalogues
L  0001346
Sinoadina racemosa (Siebold & Zucc.) RidsdaleNaturalis - Botany catalogues
L  0001581
Abelia serrata Siebold & Zucc.Naturalis - Botany catalogues
L  0001582
Abelia spathulata Siebold & Zucc.Naturalis - Botany catalogues
L  0001583
Lonicera hypoglauca Miq.Naturalis - Botany catalogues
L  0001816
Anaphalis margaritacea (L.) Benth. & Hook.f.Naturalis - Botany catalogues
L  0001818
Anaphalis margaritacea (L.) Benth. & Hook.f.Naturalis - Botany catalogues
L  0001831
Artemisia pedunculosa Miq.Naturalis - Botany catalogues
L  0001835
Aster fastigiatus f. minor Miq.Naturalis - Botany catalogues