Collecting Invertebrate Animals Around the Globe
Cambridge, MA, United States
Did you know that mollusks comprise almost a quarter of all known marine species?
The Harvard Alumni Association and the Harvard Museum of Natural History invite you to a special evening dedicated to the natural history and amazing diversity of this remarkable group of invertebrates, which includes snails, clams, squid, and many other fascinating organisms.
First, attend an illustrated lecture by Harvard biologist Gonzalo Giribet who will tell stories of his fieldwork in remote areas of South Australia and the Amazon where he studied invertebrate organisms to help assemble the evolutionary tree of life. Then continue to an exclusive reception in the Harvard Museum of Natural History's new exhibition, Mollusks: Shelled Masters of the Marine Realm. Also enjoy the museum’s other interesting galleries, including the newest gallery, Fishes, which just reopened in June 2012.
*Parking is included at the 52 Oxford Street Garage*
$10 alumni/ae and HMNH members
$20 non alums/nonmembers
This is a Past Event
Time & Location
Oct 4, 2012
Geological Lecture Hall
Harvard Museum of Natural History
24 Oxford Street
Harvard Alumni College Programs
- Open to public
- Open to students
- Open to alumni
- RSVP required
- Registration required
- Wheelchair-accessible event