How to search Curio
From the search page, click the toggle to enable the advanced search engine.
You can also run more than one query at a time, across multiple fields.
When you conduct a multi-field search, you can combine the queries using the Boolean operators AND, OR and NOT.
Search operators and fields
Birds AND Animals:
Birds OR Animals
Birds NOT Animals
The asterisk is only possible when searching for a single word. The asterisk can be used in the word (e.g. tes*t), at the end of the word ( test*), but not at the beginning.
E.g., A search for Ant* would return results containing Ant, Antelope and Anteater.
E.g., ( Birds AND Animals) NOT ( Cat* OR Dog*).
Quotation marks “”
E.g., “ Wild birds” will return only those results containing the two words together in that order.
Following are the searchable fields: