Fluid preservation refers to specimens and objects that are preserved in fluids, most commonly alcohol and formaldehyde, but also glycerin, mineral oil, acids, glycols, and a host of other chemicals that protect the specimen from deterioration. Some of the oldest natural history specimens in the world are preserved in fluid.
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Simmons, J. (2014). Fluid Preservation: A Comprehensive Reference. Rowman & Littlefield. https://oaks.kent.edu/node/1752
Simmons, John. 2014. “Fluid Preservation: A Comprehensive Reference”. Rowman & Littlefield. https://oaks.kent.edu/node/1752.
Simmons, J. Fluid Preservation: A Comprehensive Reference. Rowman & Littlefield, 1 May 2014, https://oaks.kent.edu/node/1752.