Mahler Lab at Evolution 2017

The Mahler Lab made a strong showing at Evolution 2017 in Austin, TX. James Boyko gave an excellent talk on his work on size and shape evolution in Lesser Antillean anoles, and Michael gave a very well-received poster on his research into sensory bias in livebearing fishes.

In addition I was pleased to be an invited speaker in the American Naturalist VP symposium “Convergent evolution, natural history, and the big questions in biology”. Thanks to Anurag Agrawal for the invite, and stay tuned for an associated paper on comparative methods and convergence.


Attendees mob Michael Foisy at the poster session.


James Boyko enlightens the audience of his lightning talk.

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