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Cornell University Insect Collection

Started in 1870 and currently housed in Comstock Hall, learn more about what it contains, where it's located, and who started it!


About Us
In this section, we describe our purpose and who assists us in doing it, including Cornell's Department of Entomology.
Our Collections
How do you organize 7 million insects? Read here for more!
Our Home
Do you want to know where we reside on Cornell's main campus? Then click here!
Spotlight on CUIC
What do Cornell's first female lecturer and the Insect Collection have in common? Is it true that Schoelkopf field once housed all of the specimens? How did Comstock Hall get its name? 
Links
If you are interested in learning more about the Cornell University Insect Collection, click here!
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Last modified 2009-02-04 14:47