UH Insect Museum Open HouseFebruary 17, 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Mānoa Campus, Gilmore 607
Celebrate a belated Darwin Day with a visit to the UH Insect Museum Open House. In honor of the famed gentleman scientist's 208th birthday, the event will feature live Kamehameha butterflies, a hallway full of insect displays and demonstrations of specimen preparation for moths the size of a grain a rice.
Try your hand at sorting and identifying new field specimens for inclusion in the museum's collection. Get your photo with Buzz, the museum's giant fruit fly mascot.
Taste insect-based snacks.
Plant and Environmental Protection Sciences, Mānoa Campus
Friday, February 17
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Public Lecture: Prof. Nancy K. Stalker, UT AustinMānoa Campus, Sakamaki A-201
YogaMānoa Campus, Biomedical Science Building, Room D-207
UH Insect Museum Open HouseMānoa Campus, Gilmore 607
Geology and Geophysics SeminarMānoa Campus, Pacific Ocean Sciences and Technology 723
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