Biologists have measured insect morphological characters for a long time for a variety of purposes, from building taxonomic keys to . . .
It’s Friday and that means that it’s time for our Friday link dump, where we highlight some recent papers (and . . .
In the picture above, with a little bit of training, you can count the diversity of seaweed species on one . . .
Ok, I didn’t adhere strictly to the guidelines of the biodiversity challenge. This post didn’t make it in under 500 . . .
When you hear the words “new species,” what comes to mind? Many of you probably imagine cute-faced primates, exotic amphibians, . . .
As a recent grad navigating how to use my newly minted MS, I often think about the intersection between research . . .
Many methods and tools for multiscale spatial analysis have recently been proposed and developed. One of the main motivations for . . .
Was anyone else first introduced to the idea of biodiversity by a man-made collection? The notion of the diversity of . . .
Tradeoffs are everywhere, and never has this been more apparent to me, than in graduate school. With only so many . . .
Unraveling the relative roles of biotic interactions and abiotic fluctuations on diversification and extinction is a major tenant of evolutionary . . .