4 results. Displaying results 1 - 4.
- Department Herpetology Remove filter Herpetology
- Department Botany/Herbarium Remove filter Botany/Herbarium
- Department Geology Remove filter Geology
- Department Natural Sciences Remove filter Natural Sciences
- Subject Public places Remove filter Public places
- Department Ornithology Remove filter Ornithology
A two tone brown snake skin that has been shed.
A wandering albatross (toroa) specimen mounted loosely on a plain piece of board.
A shed snake skin. The incomplete light brown skin is broken in two pieces with long scales lying transversely on the ventral side. There are small circular and oval scales on the dorsal side and cream skin on the interconnecting scales.
Piece of brown fulgurite, shaped similar to a tree branch. The cylindrical shape of the main rock curves and then branches into two sections at the end. The fulgurite has a rough, uneven surface. There are variations in the brown colouring, from light tan to deep red, and light-coloured flecks visible overall. The larger end has a melted, lumpy texture to the centre.