Seaweed specimens in paper between two boards covered with red baize. Inscribed on a label: 'Collection of sea weed made by Capt. Crozier when surveying the southern and Antarctic Sea 1839-1842. 17 specimens collected in New Zealand in 1841 and the Falkland Islands and Cape Horn during 1842. Each specimen is pressed between paper sheets with the date and place of collection noted by Crozier.

Object Details

ID: AAB0211
Collection: Natural History
Type: Seaweed
Display location: Not on display
Events: Antarctic Exploration: James Clark Ross's voyage, 1838-1843
Date made: 1839-1842; 1839-42
Credit: On loan to the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, from the Hopton Hall Derbyshire Collection. Kindly lent by the Gell Muniment Trustees
Measurements: Overall: 18 mm x 241 mm x 140 mm

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