Every year the graduate students in the Biology department at the University of Oklahoma get to nominate a seminar speaker that they would like to host. This year, I had the pleasure of hosting Corrie Moreau and it was awesome! Corrie is a evolutionary biologist with interests in the origin, evolution, and adaptation of species and maintenanceContinue reading “Corrie Moreau visits Oklahoma”
Off for break for a few weeks but I will be working on the research section of the website. The first draft of my dissertation chapter on fire ants and isotopes is finished and so begins the next one. Also, Diane and I just had another paper accepted in the Southwestern Naturalist about our Pseudomyrmex pallidus findContinue reading “Website Under Construction and New Paper Accepted”
I am excited to announce our first manuscript was published about ants from Oklahoma in the September issue of the Southwestern Entomologist. This find represents not only a new genus record in Oklahoma but it also is the highest confirmed latitude for Leptogenys in North America.
We are live! This will be a work in progress over the next 6 months so keep checking back for updates on my research, publications, and adventures!