Please see our new paper about how doublesex and its interactions generate color pattern mimicry in swallowtail butterflies.
About Marcus Kronforst
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But we are proud to say that Marcus Kronforst contributed 25 entries already.
Entries by Marcus Kronforst
We’ve published a Preview article in Cell Reports about butterfly pigmentation. Please take a look at our Preview and the fascinating papers by Hanly et al. and Nishida et al.
We’ve published two new papers about how aristaless1 and aristaless2 influence Heliconius butterfly development. Please check them out!
Please see our new paper about monarch butterfly phenotypic plasticity.
We’ve published a commentary in PNAS about butterfly mimicry evolution. Please take a look at our commentary and the fascinating paper by Basu et al.
We’ve published a new preprint about aristaless1, aristaless2, and the development of Heliconius butterflies. Please check it out!
Please see our new preprint about how doublesex and its interactions generate color pattern mimicry in swallowtail butterflies.
The Kronforst Lab was happy to participate in the first annual South Side Science Festival. The festival (including our butterfly tent!) was featured in the Chicago Tribune.
We’ve published a new preprint about monarch butterfly phenotypic plasticity. Please check it out!
Congratulations to Paula Fernandez-Begne for receiving an R. C. Lewontin Award from the Society for the Study of Evolution!