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More travel in August….

The lab is scattered: Trai is still in Europe, Ingo just got back, and Rodet is in DC to study Limia specimens. Former lab member Elizabeth just had a paper from her Masters Thesis accepted in Ethology! Hurray!

Summer is here

July is a month for travel, conferences, adventures. Trai and Ingo presented their research at the Behaviour 2017 Conference in Estoril, Portugal. It was a great conference and we both learned a lot. 

Trouble in paradise

One thing I noticed during a recent visit to Jamaica is that invasive species are found in many places and in large numbers. This Xiphophorus maculatus is just one example.


May is here….

Only days until the Poeciliid meeting!

At the SWAN Meeting in Lawton, OK

The lab had good representation at the SWAN conference: Rodet gave a talk, and Trai and Ingo had posters.

Amazon mollies featured by Smithsonian

Amazon mollies and other cool organisms with unusual reproduction are prominently featured by the Smithsonian Magazine online:

Poeciliid Conference in May

If you are working on Livebearing Fishes, you don’t want to miss this:

This will be a wonderful conference for everybody interested in any kind of research using livebearing fishes!

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