Moving on—or not: UChicago biologist works to decipher the mystery behind the monarch butterfly migration

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

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.

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.

Ayse’s paper entitled “Migration behaviour of commercial monarchs reared outdoors and wild-derived monarchs reared indoors” has been published in Proceedings B.

Ayse’s paper entitled “Migration behaviour of commercial monarchs reared outdoors and wild-derived monarchs reared indoors” has been published in Proceedings B.

Darli & Nick’s paper “The roles of hybridization and habitat fragmentation in the evolution of Brazil’s enigmatic longwing butterflies, Heliconius nattereri and H. hermathena” has been published in BMC Biology.

Darli & Nick’s paper “The roles of hybridization and habitat fragmentation in the evolution of Brazil’s enigmatic longwing butterflies, Heliconius nattereri and H. hermathena” has been published in BMC Biology.