The images and sounds in the Field Guide apps to Australian Fauna are from the collections of Museum Victoria and the other museums involved in the National Field Guide apps project. Many were also provided by external photographers and sound recordists.
If you would like to use any media in the app, please contact the copyright owner directly via the links below.
If the image or sound you wish to use is held by Museum Victoria, or by a party not listed below, please contact us via the Discovery Centre.
Australian MuseumMuseum and Art Gallery of the Northern TerritoryQueensland MuseumSouth Australian MuseumTasmanian Museum and Art GalleryWestern Australian Museum
Aaron Payne / FlickrAkos Lumnitzer / A matter of lightAlan Henderson / Minibeast WildlifeAlexander Dudley / PbaseAnthony Pearson / FlickrArronsphotos / FlickrArthur Chapman / FlickrAuscape Photo LibraryAviceda / Wikimedia CommonsBarney Moss / FlickrBenjamint444 / Wikimedia CommonsBeth Mantle / FlickrBirds SABob Mesibov / Millipedes of AustraliaBruce Thomson / AuswildlifeButterfly Conservation South AustraliaChris Clarke / NatureshareChris Lindorff / NatureshareDave Britton / Australian MuseumDave HarastiDave Watts / Dave Watts Wildlife PhotographyDave Wilson / AquagreenDavid Paul / dpimagesDavid Stewart / Nature SoundDepartment of Environment, Water and Natural Resources (SA)Derrick Coetzee / Wikimedia CommonsDes Beechey / Australian MuseumDonald Hobern / FlickrDuncan McCaskill / PicasaErik SchlöglGraham Edgar / Institute for Marine and Antarctic StudiesGrant Webster / OzAnimalsHarry Rose / FlickrHelen Smith / Australian MuseumHenry Cook Wildlife PhotographyHoward Plowright / Birdlife AustraliaJ.G Patil / Inland Fisheries Service TasmaniaJames Wood / FlickrJan Anderson / FlickrJean and Fred Hort / FlickrJJ Harrison / Wikimedia CommonsJodi Rowley / Australian MuseumJohn Gibbens / Sealimages.comJohn Gooderham / The Waterbug BookJohn Slaney / FlickrJohn Stanisic / Queensland MuseumJohn Tann / FlickrJohn Turnbull / Marine ExplorerJulian Black / BlackartzKaren Gowlett-HolmesKristi Ellingsen / FlickrLeo / FlickrLeon Altoff / bluering.org.auLip Kee / FlickrLydia Best / Nature ShareMalacological Society of South AustraliaMarine Life Society of South AustraliaMark Green / CSIROMark Hutchinson / South Australian MuseumMatt Clancy / Matt Clancy Wildlife PhotographyMaureen Goninan / FlickrMichael Jefferies / FlickrMike Bossley / Whale and Dolphin ConservationNatalie Tapson / FlickrNathan Litjens / runwildtv.comNiall Doran / Bookend TrustNicholas Birks / WildflightOtto Rogge / Otto Rogge PhotographyPaul Stewart / FlickrPeripitus / Wikimedia CommonsPeter Fuller / Australian Wildlife PhotographyPeter Gower / Gower PhotosPeter Robb / FlickrPeter Shaughnessy / South Australian MuseumPierre Dalous / Wikimedia CommonsPierre Pouliquin / FlickrReef Life SurveyRobert Raven / Queensland MuseumRoger Grund / Butterfly Conservation South AustraliaRoss Sadlier / Australian MuseumSarah Speight / FlickrSimon Grove / Tasmanian Museum and Art GalleryShane Ahyong / Australian MuseumSteven Flanagan / Steven Flanagan PhotographyThierry Laperousaz / South Australian MuseumTnarg 12345 / Wikimedia CommonsTony Daley / FlickrUdo Schmidt / FlickrWilliam Archer / Esperance FaunaZoos South Australia
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