Mark Wilson October 4th, 2012
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS–I’m in Boston for a day on some College business and had the opportunity to visit the New England Aquarium. Its primary feature, a huge central aquarium with steps surrounding it, is under construction, but there were plenty of other exhibits to enjoy. I thought I’d post some images of organisms my Invertebrate Paleontology students would appreciate. The photo above, for example is of Olindias formosa — the Flower Hat Jelly. Wooster Paleontologists will immediately know it is a member of the Class Scyphozoa, and a pretty one at that.