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Model B-370, the Red-Finger Aeolis (Flabellina veruccosa, a nudibranch) of the Cornell University Collection of Blaschka Marine Invertebrates (Professor Drew Harvell, curator). The Red-Finger Aeolis has been spotted in the Salish Sea (off Washington State). This is a ~4-inch glass model of a similar-sized marine invertebrate. The glass model is one of thousands done by the father-and-son team Rudolf and Leopold Blaschka in the late 1800s. Originally made as educational models, they are now in collections in over 50 institutions around the world. Major collections are at Cornell, the Corning Glass Museum, Harvard and University College, Dublin. The 3D model was made from 292 photographs taken by David Brown of Cornell’s Johnson Museum. The photogrammetry processing was done with Agisoft Photoscan and touch-up was applied in Blender. (3D model # B-370-25-10).