Genes, genomes and growth; beetles, bugs and bees

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Shutterbugs in our backyard: A guide to macrophotography

Most biologists are excited to share the animals they study with a broad audience. One of the challenges of that engagement is having compelling photographs of your subjects. Over the last several years, I’ve really enjoyed trying to take better pictures…. Continue Reading →

The most important puzzle ever solved

Cross-posted from Bugs in our Backyard This is the first in what I hope will be a series of posts based on content in courses I’m now teaching. Modern biology has more data than it can handle. Thanks to modern… Continue Reading →

What to call it?

In 2007 I was working on a molecular phylogeny for pest species of the genus¬†Tribolium.¬†Phylogenetics is a set of methods for using information about organisms, like DNA sequences, to decide who is more closely related to whom. In principle, phylogenetic… Continue Reading →

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