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Cameron Stauder 16 Jul 17
Naturally we made a stop to look around for 's favorite fungivorous (Brachycybe lecontii)
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Matt Kasson 21 Aug 17
VWR you ready for ! didn't plan ahead and order glasses so we raided the stockroom and made
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Matt Kasson May 23
A huge congratulations to on successfully passing his oral exams!
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Matt Kasson May 10
So this is happening! So proud of these amazing individuals!
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HereBeSpiders11 16 Aug 17
What is that fungus you're munching on, Mr. Millipede? And why are you eating it???
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Matt Kasson Nov 16
parasitica, or C. cubensis, that is the question. Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer or to culture from basal cankers on scarlet oak, members has chosen to culture.
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Matt Kasson May 6
The summer field season is officially underway here in the ! Helped sample her first oak stands in Upshur County, WV. Regional surveys for canker should prove useful for understanding this emerging disease of oak!
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HereBeSpiders11 10 May 18
Some pics from 's latest trip! 1st pic is B. petasata, other 2 are B. lecontii. We're studying the fungal community of these interesting animals. @KaneJenni
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HereBeSpiders11 Jan 23
The bacteriophora has a mutualism with a light-generating bacterium, Photorhabdus luminescens. This image shows a waxmoth larva recently killed by this nematode and its bacterial partner!
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HereBeSpiders11 6 May 18
Replying to @HereBeSpiders11
Other important skills include finding phone service in remote areas
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HereBeSpiders11 Jul 25
Hands-down, the coolest side project I've ever been a part of. Bugs, drugs, and fungal plugs! Flying salt-shakers of death! 's first !
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Matt Kasson 29 Aug 17
Congrats to 's & 's very own . We anticipate great things! So very proud of you & all you've achieved!
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Matt Kasson 8 Aug 17
Gearing up for inoculations w/ Super Donor 2.0. Great day assisting 's
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Matt Kasson May 20
Today is the start of a new chapter for the . Former grad student and undergrad has accepted a new technician position at that supports both courses & Chestnut blight research. We are thrilled to keep her around!
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Matt Kasson Sep 29
Hosted our annual fall BBQ last night for my grad & undergrad students. I’m so lucky to have such exceptional students. Thank you for all your hard work! Ellie Spahr missing. @kaydubs10
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Matt Kasson May 7
Well & @MSUFORESTPATH, you just won the lottery! We have ~40 isolates from 7 states (AR, MN, MS, SC, TX, WI, & WV) going back to the Dave French Era at . We also have 2018 isolates from WV from of our Diplodia studies surveys. has you covered!
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Dawn Mackenzie 3 Feb 17
Retweeted Matt Kasson (): undergrads single-sporing perithecia for beech bark...
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Dr. David Coyle 17 Jul 17
Likewise! Always good to meet the people behind their Twitter accounts 👍. Cool & work happening in the !
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Dawn Mackenzie 27 Dec 16
Retweeted Matt Kasson (): Widespread dieback and mortality of Rhododendron here in WV! is...
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Matt Kasson Oct 15
OMG! My week just got much better! you have to check this out since it is your first fall here. Its totally worth it. I expect all members to skip research and watch pumpkins smash to the ground. @kaydubs10
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