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Tag Archives: KE-EMu
So I’ve finally completed my longhorn beetle project. All the data, including recently added locality (where the insects were collected) data has been added onto KE-EMu and the specimens have been incorporated into the collection. The New Zealand species incorporated are … Continue reading
I’d been really looking forward to going back to the Natural History Museum (NHM) following my earlier visit in May. I had a bril time in all departments, but had decided that I would particularly like to gain further experience of … Continue reading
Today I’ve been photographing sheets from the Leo Grindon Herbarium collection. Leopold Hartley Grindon (1818-1904) was a Victorian botanist with a keen interest in cultivated plants and the educational use of specimens. The Grindon herbarium, in addition to those of two … Continue reading