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Blunt-spined brittle star

Brittle stars are related to starfish. The label in the jar reads ‘Ophiocoma echinata (Lamark). BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS, in shallow water on coral reef, collected by C. G. Talmage, Dec. 1882....

Starfish

This starfish is part of the Sladen collection. It was collected during the Triton Expedition at Station 10 (59040’N 7021’W) in the Faroe Channel. Depth 944m. Bottom temperature: 7.80C....

Starfish

Label in the jar reads ‘Plutonaster bifrons (Wyville Thomson). From the FAROE CHANNEL, 555 fathoms [1015m]. “Triton” Expedition, Station 11.’ Date: 28/08/1882. Bottom temperature: 7.50C. Exact Location: 59029’N 7013’W....

Starfish

Label reads: ‘Mimaster tizardi, Sladen. From the FAEROE CHANNEL, 516 fathoms [944m]. “Triton Expedition, Station 10. SLADEN COLLECTION’. Bottom water temperature 7.80C. Location: 59040’N 7021’W. Date: 24.08.1882...

Blastoids

Label found with object (written in 1974): ‘probably figured type of Etheridge & Carpenter, 1886. figd E&C, 1886, Pl II, fig. 31. probebly western Illinois. P. robustus Lyon.’...

Starfish

This starfish specimen was collected on board HMS Challenger in 1873. It was the first specimen of this species to ever be described. In 1889 Percy Sladen named it Stichaster...

Sunset on the Devonshire Coast, 1875

‘Sunset on the Devonshire Coast, 1875’, William Henry Williamson (1820-1883), c.1875. This oil on canvas seascape depicts in the centre, a boat flying a red flag to the left of...

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