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Fishing for fossils › The medical importance of North Carolina's ancient fishes
Ancient fishes with ties to human health Read More ›

Islands are cradles for Antarctic marine life
Filming below the East China Sea
Sampling reef fish in order to map the teleost brain Read More ›

Detecting bias in phylogenomic data
Identifying the sister lineage to Percomorpha Read More ›

What do we know about nocturnal fish?
Identifying biases in activity data Read More ›

On the natural history of a peculiar gecko
Unusual adaptations for calcium storage Read More ›

Disentangling the impact of invasive species and urbanization on population declines
Why are native geckos vanishing in Curaçao? Read More ›

Visualizing stomach contents
Turning frequency tables into polarized stacked plots Read More ›

Shark night at the museum
Teaching people about sharks before they watch jaws Read More ›

Concluding a health assessment of Pinfish
Building the foundation for future health monitoring Read More ›

Madagascar's Lemurs
A story of ghosts and orphans Read More ›

Documenting Brunei's Biodiversity
A survey of fishes, reptiles, and amphibians Read More ›

Meet the Stonefish
The most venomous fish in the world Read More ›

Sampling the coast of Okinawa
Scanning fish brains in Japan
Harpoons, Whales, and Swordfish
A fish from 1869 provides a snapshot of New England's maritime history Read More ›

How many species?
Finding species boundaries in Antarctic fishes Read More ›

Meeting Florida's invasive species
From giant snakes to walking fish, a drive around South Florida reflects a global problem Read More ›

Buzzfeed features our unusual specimens
Meet the freaks! Read More ›

Media Coverage
Disentangling a rainforest's roots
Where do forests come from? In Madagascar the answer is quite unusual Read More ›

Hematology of › Pinfish (Lagodon rhomboides)
We're embarking on an exciting new research path Read More ›

Haw River Bioblitz
Helping to inventory the biodiversity of our state parks Read More ›

Return to › Lake Waccamaw
Meeting up with a team from Yale University to sample fishes of this unusual lake. Read More ›

Surveying › Prairie Ridge Ecostation
Summer fieldwork has begun, giving us a chance to find some of our aquatic neighbors. Read More ›

Collection Growth › Acquiring the Duke Marine Collection
We were just donated the complete specimen collection from the Duke Marine Laboratory! Read More ›

Walking Through phyinformR, Part3: Visualization
Learn how to conduct phylogenetic informativeness analyses in R, Part 3 Read More ›

Walking Through phyinformR, Part2: Probabilistic Quantification
Learn how to conduct phylogenetic informativeness analyses in R, Part 2 Read More ›

Walking Through phyinformR, Part1: Installation & PI Profiles
Learn how to conduct phylogenetic informativeness analyses in R, Part 1 Read More ›

phyinformR: phylogenetic experimental design and data exploration in R
Investigate your data Read More ›

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