Author Archives: Adam

Snake Tales (The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics!)

An exciting new snake book hit the shelves just in time for Halloween, Snake Tales (The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics!). You can pick up a hardcopy from Amazon for less under $20.  This collection of old horror comics is … Continue reading

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Visiting researcher: Greg Jongsma

Greg Jongsma visited the lab for the past three weeks to learn how to collect SNP data for his project on the phylogeography of African frogs in the genus Amnirana. Greg is a new PhD student joining the Blackburn lab at the University of … Continue reading

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CoMuS 2.0: a new coalescent simulator

A new coalescent simulator called CoMuS 2.0 is available from Dr. Pavlos Pavlidis and his colleagues at the Institute of Computer Science (ICS) in Crete, Greece. With CoMuS you can simulate DNA sequences or protein sequences for multiple species or populations. The program implements … Continue reading

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Leonard Jones: Husky 100

Congratulations to Leonard Jones, a new member of the “Husky 100”. The Husky 100 recognizes 100 UW undergraduate and graduate students who are making the most of their time at the UW by knowing that education happens inside and outside of the classroom. … Continue reading

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Itzue describes a new Abronia

Itzue has a new publication in Journal of Herpetology on the discovery of a species of arboreal alligator lizard (genus Abronia) from the Sierra Madre del Sur of Oaxaca, Mexico. The new species, Abronia cuetzpali, is very secretive and is only known from three specimens. The … Continue reading

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