I’m going to start this post by issuing a challenge: Look at the picture above and identify the most abundant . . .
Why is this week different from all other weeks? Because this week, Emily Grason and Fletcher Halliday are serving as . . .
The boreal summer has already kicked in, which means that we are in that period of the year where some . . .
Gone are the days of the classical naturalists, those dedicated observers with their leather-bound notebooks, Victorian magnifying glasses and tweed . . .
For a preamble to this story, click here. To set the scene, I’m way up in the middle of . . .
This post is about treehoppers, plant genotypes, and the use of heritability estimates in ecology. Mostly the later since, as . . .
For many ecology grad students, research is synonymous with field work. In this post, graduate student Miranda Welsh reflects on her time in . . .
Below is the second installment in our second two-part series of posts on the philosophical and ecological values of biodiversity . . .
Below is the first installment in another two-part series of posts on the philosophical and ecological values of biodiversity motivated . . .
A few years ago, a great frenzy took over the Brazilian media and some social circles; the three-banded armadillo (Tolypeutes . . .