Scanning electron micrographs of animals from the scientific work of the museum.
This traveling exhibition of the Senckenberg Museum für Naturkunde Görlitz provides insights into the tiny living world of soil animals. The shape and body details of mites, brush-footed animals, moss scorpions and many other soil animals, most of which are invisible to the naked eye, become visible through scanning electron micrographs magnified up to 200,000 times.
The natural history museum’s soil zoologists have selected particularly interesting animals to make visible the diversity and peculiarities of soil animals and to point out the important functions of most soil animals in the soil ecosystem.
Extent: 30 raster electronic pictures of soil animals on alubond plates, 50 cm x 70 cm
Transport to the exhibition site and back to Görlitz will be arranged by the lender, transport costs will be borne by the borrower.
Damage or loss to the exhibition during the exhibition period, assembly and disassembly, as well as transport will be borne by the borrower.
Insurance value: 3.500 Euro
Lending fee: 200 Euro
Historical Museum of the Palatinate, Speyer
October 9, 2021 to June 19, 2022
For more information about the exhibition rental, please contact
Dr. Axel Christian
Head of Exhibition Collections