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Gecko morphometrics

Faye Collyer

Faye Collyer, an undergraduate researcher from the Department of Biology at the U of M Dearborn is taking measurements of body proportions of preserved geckos this semester. She is working with Dr. Mathew Heinicke (also U of M Dearborn, Department of Biology) investigating morphology and phylogeny of geckos.

University of Michigan Dearborn

From: 11/12/2014 To: 12/31/2014

Systematics of the Polychrus marmoratus group

John Murphy, Tom Anton

John Murphy (front) and Tom Anton record measurements from lizards in the Polychrus marmoratus species complex.

Field Museum of Natural History

From: 11/10/2014 To: 11/12/2014

UMMZ Alum Returns to Study Alaskan Mammals

Link Olson

Dr. Link Olson recently returned to Ann Arbor to examine the holdings from Alaska in the UMMZ Mammal Division.


University of Alaska-Fairbanks

From: 10/17/2014 To: 10/18/2014

Scientific Coordinator of the Nature Protection Trust of Seychelles visits Mollusk Division

Justin Gerlach

Justin Gerlach examines UMMZ Partula collection

Nature Protection Trust of Seychelles

From: 9/27/2014 To: 10/1/2014

Researchers Examining Mollusks of Point Pelee National Park, Canada

Dr. Sumengen Sutomo, Dr. Hannah-Maria Jaques

Hannah-Maria Jaques, independent researcher, and Dr. Sumengen Sutomo, Professor of Public Health at the University of Indonesia, are visiting the Mollusk Division.

Independent Researcher & School of Public Health, University of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia

From: 9/23/2014 To: 11/11/2014

Indian ornithologist visits Bird Division

P. Pramod

Dr. P. Pramod is visiting our division to study our extensive collection of Indian birds.

Salim Ali Centre for Ornithology and Natural History

From: 9/16/2014 To: 9/16/2014

Comparing pitvipers from Venezuala and Trinidad

Dr. John C. Murphy, Tom Anton

John Murphy and Tom Anton take measurements on pitvipers from Venezueal and Trinidad for Johns next edition of "Amphibians and Reptiles of Trinidad and Tobago".

Field Museum of Natural History

From: 8/21/2014 To: 8/22/2014

PhD Student from University of Illinois studying Neotropical Tridactylidae

Nathalie Baena

Nathalie Baena, a PhD student from Illinois Natural History Survey
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign visited the Insect Division and examined our holdings of Neotropical Tridactylidae (pygmy mole crickets).

Illinois Natural History Survey

From: 8/18/2014 To: 8/21/2014

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