Old fashioned envelops for collecting specimens are cut out from magazines from the 1930s
Insects collected in an original Abercrombie and Fitch box.
The Devil’s Hole Warm Water Riffle beetle. Red tags indicate type species, these are paratypes — secondary types included with the study as redundancies.
The holotype of Coelambus artus, now known as Hygrotus artus, the Mono Lake Diving Beetle.
A page from a type book containing Coelambus artus, now Hygrotus artus, pictured in the previous image.
Crystal Maier and her favorite specimen, a Christmas Ornament Beetle.
Mark Omura’s home-made flensing knife made from a machete and a post driver handle, modeled after historic tools used by whalers.