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Fluid collections often contain at least a few specimens preserved in something other than formalin, IMS or phenoxy-ethanol-based preservative fluids. Some of these are transparencies, either traditional, alizarindyed, in situ endoskeletal preparations or anatomical vaso-injected preparations. This article reviews the preservatives and methods used to conserve these types of preparations and the solvent hazards involved.fatcat:snt25255z5e7thdxt76z373aly