Invertebrate Zoology - FAQ •Only collection in the world devoted solely to marine invertebrates of the Pacific Islands. Focus of the collection is primarily the Hawaiian Islands. •Material in the collection represents over 100 years of scientific activity in the Hawaiian Islands and Pacific region, including specimens from a number of the earliest scientific expeditions [...]
The Invertebrate Zoology collection at Bishop Museum contains over 35,000 cataloged specimen lots, thousands more uncurated lots, and is the repository for over 1000 type specimens of tropical Pacific marine invertebrates! The IZ collection includes noteworthy material from the mesophotic zone, emerging volcanoes, submerged ancient coral reefs, and the largest marine monument in the world [...]
To request a collection visit, please fill out our online Natural Sciences Collection Access and Use Request Form To request a loan from the entomology collection, please fill out our online Entomology Collection Specimen Loan Request Form
Jim Boone, M.S., Entomology Collections Manager 808-848-4196 | email@example.com Neal Evenhuis, PhD, Senior Entomologist 808-848-4138 | firstname.lastname@example.org Keith Arakaki, Collections Technician email@example.com To request a back of house collection tour please fill out our online Natural Sciences Collection Tour Request Form
The J. Linsley Gressitt Center for Research in Entomology is the premier collection of Pacific insects in the world. No other collection has the holdings, the scope, or the representation of specimens from the Pacific and surrounding areas. Greatest holdings are from the Hawaiian Islands, SE Asia, New Guinea, and the Philippines. The collection houses an [...]
Here in the Anthropology Department, we have much to be grateful for these days.
Reflecting upon my summer as an Anthropology Collections Intern for the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, I'm left with countless memories I will cherish for a lifetime...
As mentioned in my first blog, Micronesia is home to some impressive monumental structures...
A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog that talked about Nukuoro, a Polynesian outlier in Micronesia...
I am currently here in the lab working on a project that focuses on the Micronesian archaeological collections at Bishop Museum.