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Dr.tljy Jul 14
profs:Trying to design a lab where Ss blindly test various milks for fat content and try to match to species' accepted values. suggestions on what else to add? They'll need something to do during the fat assay.
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Stephen Mech Jul 11
One of my students has a friend helping with trapping today....
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Cindy Hurtado Sep 20
Poster presentation at the Ecuadorian meeting! Done!! 😊
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Dr Alex Evans Feb 4
IT'S TIME!!! 👑 This week, the revealed critter will be one of the mammals taking part in ! Who is this two-tone trendsetter? A clue will be dropped at 4pm and the answer will be revealed at 6pm GMT! Good luck!
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Damian Gonzalez 26 Jun 18
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Am Soc Mammalogists May 28
The Centennial Issue of The Journal of Mammalogy is now available!
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Cody Thompson Apr 22
Just found out a 3rd manuscript has been accepted this year! I am looking forward to sharing info on bunnies, ground squirrels, and murines once the papers are out...
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John P. Vanek 8 May 18
A few mice (Peromyscus sp.?) chasing each other at Grasslands.
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Mammal Meetings Aug 8
Replying to @Mammalogists
2/2 As we enter our next 100 years of modern , is looking to expand & diversify our membership to increase our knowledge about mammals, educate the general public, and conserve mammalian diversity for the next generation. Please RT to spread the word!
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Chelsea Blumbergs Aug 3
Morning trapline views. Cimarron, NM.
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Verity Mathis Jun 29
Super proud of Eve rocking her poster presentation at her first conference. I think she’s got a bright future ahead of her in !
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Damian Gonzalez 6 Jul 18
Just hung up and my poster from ASM outside the office at The Field Museum.
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Brendan J Barrett 7 Jun 18
When I saw this botfly larvae I thought it was an old radio collar the first time it was poking it's head out of a woodrat. We did not collar this one.
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Dr Alex Evans Feb 4
It's CLUE O'CLOCK over here at ! 🔍⏰ This endangered mammal is endemic to Asia! The answer will be revealed at 6pm GMT! Good luck!
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Addison Allen Jun 29
Met a lot of talented mammalogists today who gave very helpful feedback and suggestions at my poster session!
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Verity Mathis Jun 29
Adding a new book to my “to read” list! On Her Own Terms: Annie Montague Alexander and the Rise of Science in the American West
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Jessica Light Dec 12
Advance access at Journal of Mammalogy : The emerging role of collections in 21st century by Joe Cook & myself.
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Dr Alex Evans Feb 4
...it's the LION-TAILED MACAQUE (Macaca silenus), AKA the wanderoo! Congratulations if you got it and thanks for playing! Make sure to follow the hashtag for more updates and reveals! 📸 Emmanuel Keller ()
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Robert Kraus 22 Nov 17
Just saw some traces here in S Germany and thought it would be time to share my short but nice beaver research time with you ;-)
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Christine Cooper Jul 15
scholarship applications are open . Project available with me and studying how phascogales accommodate land use changes
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