Integrated Sciences holds approximately 198,000 biological
specimens in entomology, herpetology, ornithology, mammal,
and botany. The collections are strong in species native to
western North America.
The Entomology collection holds over 25,000 specimens,
primarily insects. This collection is representative of
San Bernardino County and Southern California, with some
specimens from the western United States.
Alexander Sokoloff Collection
Tribolium Information Bulletin - complete collection
Biology of Tribolium - all volumes
Mutant Type Specimens for Tribolium sp.
Reprints of Alexander Sokoloff literature publications
The Herpetology collection holds approximately 9,000 native
reptiles and amphibians (dry and fluid-preserved whole specimens),
principally from the southwestern United States, and a small
collection of exotic reptiles from various parts of the
The Ornithology collection holds approximately 148,000
bird skins, bird eggs, live mounts, and osteological specimens.
The bird egg collection is the fifth largest in the world.
It was amassed mostly between 1910 and 1940 by Wilson C.
Hanna, an oologist (collector of bird eggs).
The bird skin research collection holdings are approximately
48,000 with material from throughout North America with
a major portion of the collection representing western North
America. The Biological Science division also maintains
more than 1000 live mount birds.
The Mammal collections holds approximately 500 specimens
representative of San Bernardino County and Southern California,
with some specimens from western United States.
The herbarium houses nearly 10,000 specimens of native
plants of the southwestern United States, primarily southern
California. The collection consists mainly of vascular plants.
Contact: (909) 798-8619
Permanent Collections Access and Use Policy and Procedures
The Etiwanda Fan
The Etiwanda Fan is located in the southwest corner of San Bernardino County California in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains and north of the City of Rancho Cucamonga.