Collections Up Close at the Museum

Collections Up Close at the Museum

ICHTHYOLOGY: NORTH AMERICAN MIDWEST FISHES
Saturday, Feb. 1
12pm-1:30pm
KU Natural History Museum

Explore some of the Biodiversity Institute’s more than 10 million specimens rarely on display to the public. Each month, visitors are invited to take a closer look at some of our collections and enjoy fascinating insights from graduate student researchers. This month, the spotlight is on our Ichthyology Collection - fishes! Stop by and learn about specimens from one of our largest holdings of the collection, North American Midwest fishes with with graduate student researcher Rene Martin. This is a free event which will also be offered on Tuesday, Feb. 4, at the Kansas Union, 11:30am-1pm, level 4.