4.10.18: Paper accepted
3.17.18: Anolis Symposium VII
Putter, Jenna, and I attended the 2018 Anolis Symposium at Fairchild Botanical Gardens in Miami, Florida.
2.19.18: Anole Annals Blog
11.24.17: Big Cypress Tree State Park
11.15.17: Paper Accepted
I am coauthor of a paper recently accepted for publication in The Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological and Integrative Physiology: "The effects of incubation temperature and experimental design on heart rates of lizard embryos". This was a project that was conducted by undergraduate REU's in the Warner lab during summer of 2016.
8.16.17: Paper Accepted
I have a new paper accepted for publication in The Biological Journal of the Linnean Society: "Body size and reproduction of a non-native lizard are enhanced in an urban environment."
8.9.17: School Days Begin!
Today is Hazel's first day of Kindergarten! She is so excited, and I am so...nervous. Not sure why. I hope that as she embarks of this great journey of education she will always stay curious and hungry for knowledge...and act more like her mother while at school and less like her father...
6.11.17: Paper Accepted
I have a new paper accepted for publication in Copeia: "Winter Microhabitat Selection and Growth of Jacky Dragons."
6.6.17: Field Work in Miami
5.2.17: Advance to PhD Candidate
3.4.17: Anole Annals Blog
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2.23.17: Alabama Academy of Science
I presented my 2016 research at the yearly conference of the Alabama Academy of Science. I really enjoyed meeting with local scientists at AAS and hearing E.O. Wilson deliver the keynote address.
1.7.17: Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology
I presented my 2016 research at SICB 2017. Read about it here.
11.25.16: Big Cypress Tree State Park
8.14.16: Conecuh National Forest
6.24.16: Three-Legged Green Anole
5.22.16: Anoles are Active in Alabama
Hazel and I took a brief Sunday afternoon stroll today intending to spot a few lizards. Needless to say, it turned out to be a great day for observing anolis behavior. In our apartment complex, these beauties show up strikingly well against the rusty-red brick buildings.
05.04.16: Field Work in Miami - Photos
04.30.16: Field Work in Miami, FL
03.22.16: New Record for Amphibians in Tennessee
03.12.16: The Little Bear is Finally Here!!!
“If my decomposing carcass helps nourish the roots of a juniper tree or the wings of a vulture—that is immortality enough for me. And as much as anyone deserves.” ― Edward Abbey, Desert Solitaire