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A couple quick updates from the lab!

 

Brad‘s research on sexual dimorphism of scorpions was recently featured on livescience: http://www.livescience.com/45938-female-scorpions-bite-more.html   Want to read the actual paper? It’s available on PLoS One (doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0097648).

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Bark Scorpion – Photo Credit: Matthew Rowe

 

Sean, a former postdoc in the lab, also recently published a 5-part series about salamanders over at Living Alongside Wildlife. Start the saga with Part 1 (and continue with the rest: Part 2Part 3Part 4Part 5). Check it out!

Male Southern Two-lined Salamander (L) and Male Brownback Salamander (R)

Male Southern Two-lined Salamander (L) and Male Brownback Salamander (R) – Photo Credit: Sean Graham

 

 

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Author: Gail McCormick

Science writer at Penn State University; papercrafter, ecologist, theatre-lover.

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