Invertebrate species represent the majority of life on earth, and the invertebrate collections at Randolph College are invaluable teaching tools for demonstrating principles of evolution, ecology, and biodiversity. Some of the oldest specimens date to the founding of the college itself in the late 19th century.
To view the catalogues, select the appropriate category below:
- Sponges and Corals
- Sea Anemones & Jellies
- Insects & Spiders
- Starfish & Allies