Museum collections predict species abundance in the wild

Museum collections of plants and critters—small mammals, fish, insects and amphibians—are a good reflection of most species’ relative abundance in the wild, finds a surprising new study by University of Vermont researchers and international scientists, who analyzed 1.4 million field observations and 73,000 museum records of over 22,00 species.

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