This morning the janitorial staff used some autoclave tape to leave a note about problematic disposal of food waste in our recycling bin (see image). Let’s try to nip this roaming ant problem in the bud!
We’re meeting tomorrow to discuss the final chapter of the Nosil book. Let’s plan on heading out for lunch by bike at 1PM. I’m open to suggestions regarding our destination. Don’t forget to bring papers to share!
The World Congress of Herpetology in Vancouver wrapped up yesterday. For more on all the anole-related talks at the meeting, be sure to check out Anole Annals.
We’re meeting tomorrow at noon to discuss the chapter 6 of the Nosil book. Also, here’s a link to the paper from TREE last year by Nosil and Schluter (2011) on speciation genes. Come prepared with your bike and some idea of where you’d like to go for lunch! Perhaps its time to return to […]
Let’s gather this Thursday at noon to discuss chapter 4 of the Nosil book. I’m open to suggestions on where we go for lunch, but be sure to have your bike on campus. One possibility is the new Tap & Table restaurant in Corn Hill Landing. It looks like they have sandwiches for <$10, but […]
Since we just had a post about Audrey’s departure, I thought this would be a good opportunity to share another image from our recent lab photo shoot.
We recently had a going away party for undergraduate researcher Audrey Kelly, who just moved on to start her PhD studies with Karin Pfennig at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Audrey was a long-term member of the lab; I first met her when she visited as a high school senior and prospective U […]
Our first summer lab meeting will be held this Wednesday et noon. Be sure to bring your bike because the plan is to bike over to the new Alladins location in Corn Hill Landing for our discussion. We’ll be discussing chapters 1 & 2 from Nosil’s book on Ecological Speciation. This covers 50+, so don’t […]
For this year’s lab photo we went with an awkward 1980s family portrait rather than our usual band-style photo. More images from the shoot are at our Flickr page.
We have a report in the latest issue of Reptiles and Amphibias: Conservation and Natural History that reports range expansion of the invasive Cuban anole Anolis porcatus in the Dominican Republic (PDF link to paper). Anolis porcatus was first discovered in Santo Domingo decades ago, but now appears to have expanded its range outside the […]