Cheers to Andrea and Robin for their new paper out in Frontiers in Plant Science journal. The paper discusses the North American red-flowering Silene. Check it out here!
We are excited to welcome Christina Steinecke to the lab! Christina will be working in the lab as a graduate student and concentrating on speciation, major transitions and selfing. We are excited to have her become part of the our lab family!
Bridget collects Phlox nivalis (SC), P. buckleyi (VA), and P. longifolia (WA) to study the developmental basis of ovule number variation in the Phlox genus
Bridget is awarded a Putnam Grant from the Harvard University Herbaria for Phlox summer fieldwork
Cheers to Robin on her new paper published in Ecology and Evolution, which discusses her predictions on pollinator behavior causing reproductive isolation. Check it out here!
Congrats to Megan and Robin for their new paper out in New Phytologist, which discusses plant carbohydrate storage and how intra- and inter-specific trade-offs of reveal a major life history trait. Check it out here!
Cheers to Robin and her collaborators for their new paper out in Annals of Botany, which discusses how hybridization and introgression are prevalent in Southern European Erysimum (Brassicaceae) species. Check it out here!
Congrats to Grace and Robin on their new paper published in American Journal of Botany, which discusses connecting the structure of plant and pollinator population. Check it out here!
Congrats to Bridget on passing her Qualifying Exam!
Cheers to Ben Goulet-Scott and co-author Austin Garner for their new paper out in Evolution, a cautionary tale of how morphological intermediacy isn’t always a reliable indicator of hybrid origin. Check it out here!