Fish Bone Reference Collection
The Fish Bone Reference Collection is housed in the Anthropology Department, Archaeology Program, College of Social Sciences. The collection includes specimens coimmonly found around the Hawaiian Islands and Fiji. The collection houses more than 250 specimens and supports undergraduate education through Archaeology courses.
Affiliated Graduate Students:
Affiliates: Bishop Museum, Zooarchaeology Laboratory Fish Osteology Collection
Non-living Specimens: 250
ZOOL 465 – General Ichthyology (3 credits)
Biology of fishes; reproduction, physiological processes, functional anatomy, behavior, ecology, distribution, and systematics.
ZOOL 465L – General Ichthyology Lab (1 credit)
Lab to accompany ZOOL 465
ZOOL 467 – Ecology of Fishes (3 credits)
Reproduction, early life history, age and growth, feeding, niche specificity, competitive interactions, communities, and evolutionary mechanisms of fishes.
Prerequisites: ZOOL 465