Kristen Grace

Michelle Barboza in the field

Becoming Visible: Michelle Barboza

Becoming Visible THREE WOMEN SHATTERING STEREOTYPES & MISCONCEPTIONS IN SCIENCE The University of Florida's Florida Museum of Natural History celebrated 1...
Adania Flemming collecting in a creek

Becoming Visible: Adania Flemming

Becoming Visible THREE WOMEN SHATTERING STEREOTYPES & MISCONCEPTIONS IN SCIENCE The University of Florida's Florida Museum of Natural History celebrated 1...
Verity Mathis in the mammals collection

Becoming Visible: Verity Mathis

Becoming Visible THREE WOMEN SHATTERING STEREOTYPES & MISCONCEPTIONS IN SCIENCE The University of Florida's Florida Museum of Natural History celebrated 1...
Blue morpho wing

Morpho peleides, Lepidoptera Photo

Blue morpho (Morpho helenor peleides, or sometimes just Morpho peleides) are native to tropical Central and South America, and are very popular in our Butterfly...
In “Wicked Plants: The Exhibit,” Doug Soltis reviews the interactive that highlights the danger of mistaking poison hemlock for carrots. Florida Museum of Natural History photo by Kristen Grace

On the defense

Harmful plants have evolved to protect themselves from predators It’s one of society’s hotly debated questions: ketchup or mustard? For some, the harsh, aci...
Bees on NATL, Instagram Video Still

Pollinators hard at work in NATL (Watch)

The Bidans alba in the NATL area behind the Museum is teeming with pollinators! Check out this slo-mo video of a bee collecting pollen and nectar! #florid...