The 2019 Issue of BioScience
- Vol. 69, No. 3 -

A Forum for Integrating the Life Sciences

Publishing 12 times a year. ISSN 0006-3568.


Caitlynn Mayhew, a Diné student at University of New Mexico (UNM), examines a jar of lizard specimens at the UNM Museum of Southwestern Biology. Ms. Mayhew is originally from Cove, Arizona, and is currently studying for an MA in Indigenous Leadership, Self-Determination, and Sustainable Community Building at UNM. In this month's Feature article, Myrna Watanabe discusses the history of natural history collections and the new tools that are making them more increasingly valuable in the digital age. Photograph: Christopher C. Witt.

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