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Okay, so not quite palmistry. But anyway, I have a little exercise for all of you: 1. Look at your hand, palm up 2. Measure from the base of your ring finger (where it connects to the palm) to its … Continue reading
I was making up some fly medium with Wendy in the lab the other day when one of her students came in seeking guidance. When she got a little closer to our agar-cornmeal-yeast-proprionic acid-ethanol-tegosept-water-molasses concoction, she exclaimed, “Oh god Wendy! … Continue reading
“Bicolor damselfish are a common, sexually monomorphic Caribbean reef fish (Randall, 1968) in which both males and females defend permanent territories (Myrberg, 1972; Schmale, 1981). Reproduction follows a lunar cycle with spawning beginning a fw days before the full moon … Continue reading