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Nicolai Konow 22h
Replying to @frau_fish
How very Tuscany!
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Nicolai Konow Feb 20
Replying to @ChrisCurran23
Bloody skull marker
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Nicolai Konow Feb 20
Comic sans old?
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International Society for Vertebrate Morphology Feb 7
Attention Vertebrate Morphology fans: we are officially booked for the next International Congress on Vertebrate Morphology on Cairns 23-27 July 2022! Follow us for updates here! @mechsNmorph
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Nicolai Konow Feb 19
Great portrait
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Nicolai Konow Feb 18
Replying to @tobiaswang1
Hvor hyggeligt
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Nicolai Konow Feb 18
Replying to @TetZoo
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Nicolai Konow Feb 17
Replying to @nlbw13
Dibs on PHENOME
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Nicolai Konow Feb 17
The most promising textbook opening, ever! NOT.
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Nicolai Konow Feb 17
Replying to @MilesToKilo @seetasaur
That's a really good idea, (read, I do the same).
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Nicolai Konow Feb 15
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Nicolai Konow Feb 15
Replying to @v_madhu @UML_Biology
My apologies, in all the rush, I forgot that you tweet. What fun it was to have you over.
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Nicolai Konow Feb 14
Excited to present Dr. Madhusudhan Venkadesan (Yale U.) In our weekly colloquium starting 3PM in OS503
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Nicolai Konow Feb 14
Replying to @riskindan @physicsJ
This is mind bogglingly cool. An actual day is shorter than we think. Great infographic
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Nicolai Konow Feb 14
Absolutely. Thanks.
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Nicolai Konow Feb 13
Replying to @jarrodpetersen4
This is the new "baby whale" video, I swear!
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Nicolai Konow Feb 13
Grabbing that clip for teaching (w/ acknowledgement) OK?
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Nicolai Konow Feb 13
Replying to @hannahiweller
Compression, I think it is the antithesis of expansion.
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Nicolai Konow Feb 11
Great footage, awesome paper.
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Nicolai Konow Feb 11
Fish lenses (middle) are super diverse, both with respect to their size relative to the eyeball (left) and - more surprisingly - also in their color. All lenses harvested from fish-monger fresh specimens in my course "Form Feeds Function in Vertebrate Evolution"
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