Riker mount

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Mantodea displayed in Riker mounts (D, E, F)

A Riker mount is a flat container used for mounting a specimen (typically plant or insect) on cotton wool or other backing material, often with transparent glass or plastic cover as protection. It is named after Albert Joyce Riker (1894-1982), noted American plant pathologist.

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