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Cassie Thompson Mar 9
Just look at that pudgy waddle 😍
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張立仁 Ken Cheung Mar 29
Gradius or Salamander On Arduboy.... i try to best💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻
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Judith the human (Noah the Narwhal) May 2
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George Corgan Mar 28
Saving time & labor with the Salsco CRV today. .⁦
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Tom Anderson Mar 9
It’s that time of year again! Small-mouthed on the move
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Corina Newsome Jun 5
If your department doesn’t have wall, what are y’all even doing??? This DOPE artwork in the biology building makes my heart sing. We got , , , and everything else you could ever need. .
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Founders Company 15h
love a and here’s a little beauty from 2004’s Past Master wrapped around a cast medal.
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Brian E Noble May 12
Doing some planting and met this delightful little being in Spring leaf litter. Red-backed Kjipuktuk Wekwoltik (Halifax NS)
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Mel Mar 16
A wayward balloon caught my eye and led me to this filled with and eggs. Enjoy the song!
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Liz Wahid Mar 3
Happy and happy tweet storm day 3! Here's my gouache study of the Eastern Newt (Notophthalmus viridescens) 🦎
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Tom Anderson May 19
Marbled metamorphs! Excited to see this data from our ⁦⁩ project on salamander
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Alvaro Cortes Jan 28
Pretty excited to see and coauthors research highlighted in the news!!!
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Iowa DNR May 22
Those aren't fish - they're tiger larvae! These little guys will become land-based adults later this summer, about 7 to 8.5 inches long with a blue-black or brown-black body with small, yellow blotches and a olive-yellow belly with dark stripes.
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Ale Parreño 4h
workshop, with Dr. Andrew Bridges (IWS). Defining scopes and targets of a project for an endangered in Mexico
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iobjournal@sicb.org 12h
Eye Movements in Frogs and Salamanders—Testing the Palatal Buccal Pump Hypothesis F Witzmann, E L Brainerd, N Konow Integrative Organismal Biology
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Annette Evans May 12
Sometimes mothers can be awkward af but their maternal care will surely boost their chances of winning the
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Shane M Hanlon 18h
Every summer a take a few weeks off from to teach a field course for in disease ecology. I'm super grateful for the opp to get out in the field & back to my research roots. So, for your viewing pleasure, some highlights!
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Emily Taylor 19h
Finally added some Class to our course, first observed in course history!
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Jen Y. Lamb, PhD 20h
Will the gods smile on us today? Will we get late stage larval blue spots in our traps? We’ll find out in a few hours when we go to check! 🤞🏼 Ponds are definitely showing signs of it being late summer. Lower water levels & full of blooming bladderwort (Utricularia)
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