A new paper, led by Missouri doctoral candidate Jake Burkhart, looks at how amphibian breeding phenology relates to population genetic structure of four salamander species. Read the open-access article at Ecology & Evolution: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ece3.3060/abstract
Meaghan Gade has received the E.E. Williams Research Grant Award from the Herpetologists' League for her research on "Population Dynamics of Plethodontid Salamanders Across Multiple Environmental Gradients". A great start to a great research project!
Congratulations to Meaghan and Phil who both received Grants in Aid of Research at Highlands Biological Station!