Unreliable colour patterns in seaslugs
New book on the freshwater fishes of the Kimberley
Fresh lizard species out of Western Australia
Keeping up to date with Taxonomy in Western Australia
Creature Feature: Holy Crab! The crucifix crab Charybdis feriata (Linneaus, 1758)
Taxonomist Appreciation Day 19 March 2017
Untimely cockatoo death reveals important information on local movements
Field work and the thrill of discovery
A new species of spider crab in northern Australia
The Leeuwin Effect – when the Indian Ocean houses Pacific taxa
New subterranean arachnid described from the Pilbara
Western Australian Museum scientists describe new species of arachnid from Barrow Island, Western Australia.
The role of DNA in species discovery
Are you a Western Adventurer?
Have you discovered Lustre?
Parasites are fun!
Always take the weather with you
Birds of the Kimberley
Postgraduate research: exploring patterns of diversity in marine gastropods in the Pilbara
Exciting postgraduate research projects studying the genetic diversity of Pilbara fauna
WA Bugs - what to watch out for
ANZANG: under construction
A Brief Timeline of Dampier's Life
Conservation of a 17th century chalice veil from New Norcia
Birds under threat in our South West
On Now: Do you have the Fastest Arm in the West?
Kimberley Marine Life – The Woodside Collection Project
West Coast Marine Molluscs
Reveal WAM - about our latest app
About the Whip Spider
WAM Tickets - Regional Ticketing
What does Christmas mean to you?
Moving the old to prepare for the New – Museum!
The Last Gentlemen of War - about the exhibition
Sampling along the coastal Pilbara
Afghanistan: Hidden Treasures - extended to 18 January 2015
Two new sponge species with Nyoongar species names
Zoomify in HTML5 Update - Leaflet viewer
Discover Western Australia's amazing fauna
Biodiversity comes in all shapes and sizes
These boomerangs did come back: the Dick Roberts collection
Welcome to the Western Australian Museum’s Molecular Systematics Unit Blog
Western Australian fauna in your pocket: the new WA Museum app
Capturing Knowledge: Ethnographic Interviews
Tweeting from the Kimberley
Top 3 Tips for Website Accessibility
Zebedee and CSIRO visit the WA Museum
War Shields and Dance Masks of Papua New Guinea
The Kashmiri Kangri
Roped off… Until now.
MERRY CHRISTMAS, EVERYONE!
What is this?!
Friendly Flatworms: The Temnocephalida
WAM Tickets – a complete ticketing system
What has WA had to say about Costarella and Frock Stars?
WA Museum Cockatoo research in the spotlight
The de Vlamingh plate
Creature feature - Polyzosteria cuprea
WIN TICKETS TO THE VIP COSTARELLA / FROCKSTARS LAUNCH!
The Eharo Mask
The little invertebrate that could
The megamouth results are in!
The toys are coming out to play
Sunny the Sunfish
Returning a 1903 Oldsmobile to its former glory...
How much has Megamouth grown?
They're using coconuts...
Drum Favourites: the Southern Sponge Crab
What do you call a giant green walking stick...
The website accessibility project
The problem with dangerous goods: WA Museum’s conunDRUM
Fish in focus - The West Australian Seahorse
Fish in focus - Western Blue Groper
Fish in focus - Breaksea Cod
What spider is this?
Is this a meteorite?
Top 10 Drupal modules for moving data
Love is... a visit from a girl who loves weddings
Is the long-beaked echidna extinct?
Behind the scenes at the Traversing Antarctica launch
Have you seen this crab?
In the Wild West - the final month!
Skinks of the Perth Region - our new iPhone app
In the Wild West – October
Creature Feature - Harmonica Pebble Crab
Some facts from our stats - part 2
Immerse your kids at the Royal Show!
Some facts from our stats - part 1
The Kimberley Diamond Company Ellendale diamond collection
In the Wild West – September 2012
In the Wild West in August
WAM Tickets - a technical background
In the Wild West - July 2012
Whale Shark for Lunch
Why freshwater crayfish don’t need milk for healthy bones
In the Wild West Lecture Series
What is a Type specimen?
Creature Feature – Stephenson’s Mantis Shrimp
The Western Australian Museum Fish Collection
What's in a name?
Notes about the WA Checklist of Terrestrial Vertebrates
Western Australian Salmon
This is our Dogumentary
Creature Feature – Toxic Crabs
Harry Butler - Congratulations
Creature Feature: Pandarus rhincodonicus
Japanese Rubyfish - a new record for Western Australia
Creature Feature: Neopetrolisthes maculatus
Dr. Harry Butler – a living treasure
The White Shark
Zoomify in HTML5 – implementation advice in Drupal 7
A visiting Mermaid
What's On at Festival Gardens for the Perth Festival
WA Maritime Museum ISAF 2011 - Open Day
'Design an Ad' winners announced.
HMB ENDEAVOUR DAY – COMPETITION WINNERS!
AC/DC - exhibition setup
Creature Feature: Paracerceis sculpta (Holmes, 1904)
Revisiting the Sydney
The "new" site is one year old!
Modern browsers the order of the day
My Prac time at the Museum
Creature Feature - Haunted Beaches: The fleet-footed Ghost Crabs
Dangerous Sea Animals
Because the early bird gets the worm!
Creature Feature: The Banded Boxer Shrimp
New Leatherback Turtle
WAM launches an IPTV Channel
Creature Feature: Glauert’s Land Snail
Creature Feature: Coral Crabs
Accidental Monsters of Meaning - coming to Perth
Interview with Museum CEO Alec Coles - his views on technology and more
Creature Feature: Tadpole Shrimp
Education: Museum Style
Exploring the Shipwrecks of WA – Online
Creature Feature: Zebra Mantis Shrimp
Creature Feature: Peacock Mantis Shrimp
Re-encoding video for people on the move
Creature Feature: Giant Marine Slater
Farewell Pompeii – Howdy Menagerie
Wild About Wetlands
Creature Feature: long-eyed swimmer crab
Gold from the vault
This is what we call the poppet show…
Creature Feature - The Striated Hermit Crab
All the records, all the time
ACDC: Australia’s Family Jewels exhibition design
K-3 teachers - do you dig dinosaurs?
Creature Feature: The Japanese Shame-Faced Crab
Museum vodcasts are streaming in (bad pun I know)
Nick Cave - the exhibition set-up
Darwin’s Opera House Barnacle - species of the month
HMAS Ovens - conservation and restoration
mus-ed: education at the WA Museum
WA Museum's new website: collections, interactives and ribbons