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We gratefully acknowledge support of the National Science Foundation MIT Centre for Materials Science and Engineering (DMR-0819762), the US Army Research Office through the MIT Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies (Contract W911NF-07-D-0004), and the National Security Science and Engineering Faculty Fellowship Program (N00244-09-1-0064). We thank the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History for kindly providing the C. pyramidata specimens used in this study. We thank Argonne National Laboratory for providing beamline time at 2BM at Advanced Photon Source and we acknowledge the great assistance from Dr Xianghui Xiao at the beamline. We also thank Dr Scott Speakman for assisting in the X-ray diffraction experiment and analysis and Prof. Mathias Kolle for assisting with optical measurements. We acknowledge Dr Danté Fenolio for providing the photo of live Clio pyramidata. We also like to thank Dr Lin Han, Dr Alan Schwartzman, Dr Shiahn Chen, Dr Yong Zhang and Dr Matthew J. Connors for their technical assistance.