National Science Foundation: Asian butterfly populations show different mimicry patterns, thanks to genetic ‘switch’
About Marcus Kronforst
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Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Marcus Kronforst contributed a whooping 6 entries.
Our paper “The evolution and genetics of sexually dimorphic ‘dual’ mimicry in the butterfly Elymnias hypermnestra“ has been published in Proceedings B. Well done Dee, Nick and all!
Check out our Frontiers Research Topic “Evo-Devo of Color Pattern Formation”
Moving on—or not: UChicago biologist works to decipher the mystery behind the monarch butterfly migration
Micah’s manuscript “Are eastern and western monarch butterflies distinct populations? A review of evidence for ecological, phenotypic, and genetic differentiation and implications for conservation” has been published on Preprints.org
Roberto’s paper “Divergence, gene flow, and the origin of leapfrog geographic distributions: The history of colour pattern variation in Phyllobates poison‐dart frogs” has been published in Molecular Ecology.