The American Museum of Natural History houses the world's largest collection of spiders, with well over a million specimens and over 4,000 primary types amassed by Curator Emeritus Norman Platnick. The collection is used extensively by most of the world's arachnologists. The geographic scope is worldwide, with special strengths in New World areas.
Curator-in-Charge: Lorenzo Prendini
Collections Assistants: Louis Sorkin