Congratulations to Erick Bayala on his successful Ph.D. thesis defense! His dissertation is entitled “How to paint a butterfly? Developmental insights into Heliconius embryology, color patterning, and pigmentation.”
About Marcus Kronforst
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But we are proud to say that Marcus Kronforst contributed 21 entries already.
Entries by Marcus Kronforst
Erick’s manuscript “From the formation of embryonic appendages to the color of wings: Conserved and novel roles of aristaless1 in butterfly development” is on bioRxiv and under review.
Marcus and colleagues published an editorial “Evo-devo of color pattern formation” associated with this Frontiers Research Topic.
Museum genomics reveals the Xerces blue butterfly (Glaucopsyche xerces) was a distinct species driven to extinction published in Biology Letters.
Micah’s paper has been published in Conservation Science and Practice.
National Science Foundation: Asian butterfly populations show different mimicry patterns, thanks to genetic ‘switch’
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