Friday, March 9 David Saenz will enlighten us about knife fish and their fascinating communication methods. Apparently geographical variation in their electric signal is being ruled by drift rather than some other source of selection. See you at O'Bannon's.
Friday, March 23. Luke Bower will be leading the discussion of an article that compares face and brain evolution in two groups with high craniofacial variability. See you at O'Bannon's this Friday!
Daniel Powell will be leading the discussion. We'll be talking about avian predation on annual fish and how it affects their survival depending on their size and sex. Interesting experiment!
... Friday, Sept 28. This week Gaston Jofre will be presenting an interesting article on how socially mediated changes in gene expression can facilitate adaptive radiations. Please join us for the discussion at O'Bannon's at 4PM.
... Friday, Mar 29. This week David Saenz will lead our discussion on how bioluminescent courtship signals drive phenotypic evolution in fireflies. As usual, we will meet at O'Bannon's at 4pm this Friday. Hope to see everyone there!
. . . Friday, November 15. Natalie Hamilton will present a paper discussing a hot debate in taxonomy: whether a photograph can be a type specimen or not. The main article is Krell and Marshall. Attached are two other short opinion pieces on the matter. People might find it interesting to know just HOW heated […]