Michael Gloriani Visits Vertebrate Zoology Vertebrate Zoology Michael Gloriani, a senior undergraduate Biology student at the University of San Diego, visited the Vertebrate Zoology collection to measure some of our chameleon specimens for his research. He is studying Jackson’s chameleons (Trioceros jacksonii), which are not native to Hawaii and were intentionally introduced to Kaneohe in […]
Danielle Wasserman, a PhD student from the City University of New York (CUNY), spent just over a week in Bishop Museum’s Vertebrate Zoology collection examining our Hawaiian honeycreeper specimens.
A look at some of the amazing animals found by the expedition team!
Haruo Uchiyama, a master wood carver from Japan, is bringing Honeycreepers to Bishop Museum!
Malacology staff, Dr. Norine W. Yeung (Researcher) and Jaynee R. Kim (Research Assistant), and Malacology affiliates, Dr. Kenneth A. Hayes and Dr. Robert H. Cowie, published a manuscript in Pacific Science (November 2016) that identified and assessed the distribution of introduced slugs (Veronicellidae) in the Hawaiian and Samoan Islands.
A success story of combining data across collections to aid research!
An update on Dr. Allison’s expedition to the Baining Mountains of New Britain, PNG.
Dr. Allison and his colleagues are surveying the vertebrate fauna of New Britain. Stay tuned for updates!
A 20-year study exploring Hawaii’s remarkable mesophotic coral reefs.
Natural history collections aren’t only visited by scientists – they are also a unique resource for artists.