Bulbophyllum longissimum (Thailand, Myanmar, Borneo and Malaysia)
Bulb. longissimum never fails to put on a show. Its 16-18″ long petals make for a dramatic display every Fall and isn’t petucularly hard to grow. Just make an effort to provide a warm, damp and moderetly bright position hung high so its flower spikes develop properly.
Fetal skeleton preserved in jar from TRAMOND , the label(on top pf the jar), indicating date of May 8th, 1914. The green color is due to oxidation of the copper parts installed at the top of the skull.
four tusk walrus head
The skeleton of a set of conjoined twin harbor seal pups. Their mother was found washed up on a beach with the twins halfway birthed – this is the first documented case of conjoined twins in this species! Such an incredible specimen (at the museum where I volunteer).
Victorian emu lamp