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JMIH 2019

Some of us will be in Snowbird, Utah July 24-28 for the 2019 Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists. If you’re around, please come say hi and check out these talks! 26 July – Friday 11:30 am. Sean Harrington, Riley

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Posted in conferences, herps, travel

Field work

Anthony and I are just back from some fieldwork in the desert southwest focusing on our new NSF-funded whiptail project. Me, him, and Amber Wright did a big loop through Arizona, New Mexico, and west Texas. He has a nice

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Posted in herps, Natural History, research, travel

Summer 2018 field work

Some photos from field work over the last summer. Mojave Desert Southern Mexico

Posted in herps, Natural History, travel

Mojave field work 2017

Some photos from this year’s trip to the Mojave desert below.

Posted in herps, Natural History, travel

Book review for Thomson et al. 2016

The first review of the California Herp book has now been published in the Society for Study of Amphibians and Reptiles journal Herpetological Review. You can check it out here.

Posted in conservation, herps, Natural History

The book is out!

I’m a little late posting this, but the book is out! The author’s advance copies arrived a couple months ago and UC Press and Amazon are both now shipping copies.

Posted in conservation, herps, Natural History

Desert Oracle

I’ve got an article on the elusive California Gila monster in the Spring 2016 issue of the Desert Oracle. Check it out.

Posted in conservation, herps, Natural History, outreach, travel

September Herp Night

Exploring species diversity in Southeast Asian Sun Skinks Anthony Barley Thursday September 24, 2015. 3rd Floor Edmondson Hall.   Herp night this month will take place 6pm Thursday on the 3rd floor of Edmondson Hall. Anthony Barley will be talking

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Posted in genomics, herps, Natural History, phylogenetics, travel, UH

August Herp Night

Detangling 40 million years on a life raft; the biogeography of the Fijian Island herpetofauna Robert Fisher   I am very happy to welcome Robert Fisher from the San Diego USGS field station as our first herp night speaker of

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Posted in conservation, herps, Natural History, travel, UH

Everybody loves turtles

We were happy to host a visit from the UH Manoa Children’s Center the other day. The class brought by their pet turtle turtle, George, and had some fun interacting with other animals that are around the lab. Two year

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Posted in herps, lab, outreach, UH