Update from the Carstens lab:

October 7, 2016
The Carstens lab had two papers accepted last week. The first, which was accepted by the Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B and titled "Predicting cryptic diversity from phylogeographic, climatic and taxonomic data." was published in collaboration with colleagues at the University of Idaho and represents the first (of hopefully many!) papers on the CV of GRA Megan Smith. The second, authored by former lab postdoc Michael Gruenstaeudl, will be published in the Biological Journal of the Linnean Society and is titled "Statistical hybrid detection and the inference of ancestral distribution areas in Tolpis (Asteraceae). Additionally, in a rather unexpected development, Bryan has agreed to present a short version of his "Biology of Sex" freshman seminar at the Experience the Arts and Sciences at Ohio State recruitment event. His audience will consist of high school seniors and their parents...