Fungi. Weizmann Institute.Tweet
W.C. Bradbury egg collection. Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
Haliotidae Haliotis shells collected by L.H. Snyder on August 5, 1939 off of an island in what is now Kangwon province in North Korea. Haliotis specimens were first described by Karl Linnaeus in 1758. About 250 years later, some Haliotis species are now critically threatened with extinction. Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology collection. Photography by Diana Zlatanovski © 2012 The President and Fellows of Harvard CollegeTweet