by Melissa Frey, Curator of Invertebrates and Heidi Gartner, Invertebrate Collections Manager If a whale falls in the ocean and no one […]Read More »
Heidi loves exploring local intertidal and subtidal communities, appreciating BC’s amazing biodiversity while keeping an eye out for introduced species to the coast.
She is responsible for maintaining and aiding in the development of the invertebrate collection, which consists of more than 70,000 lots of specimens.
EducationBSc and MSc, biology, University of Victoria
Areas of InterestMarine invertebrates
Marine introduced species
Tunicate biology, ecology and taxonomy
Contact Heidi GartnerEmail: email@example.com
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