Evolution Program Released: Anoles Are Back in Strong Force

I may have given the Evolution 2014 logo an Anolis upgrade.

I may have given the Evolution 2014 logo an Anolis upgrade.

It’s that time of year again! The annual Evolution meeting is upon us. In just under a month, scientists from around the world will converge on Raleigh, North Carolina to learn about new and emerging trends in evolutionary biology. As with the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology meetings, anoles have had a strong presence at Evolution. It appears that this year will be no different. A quick search for talks including the terms “anole” or “Anolis” yielded seven presentations, and so this meeting should be quite fruitful for those of us interested in what’s new and exciting in Anolis. You can view the list of scheduled presentations here – simply put Anolis into the keyword search at the bottom and all seven presentations will be displayed. Or just look below. As in previous years, we’ll be blogging live from the conference, so stay tuned.

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About Martha Muñoz

Martha is a postdoctoral researcher in Sheila Patek's laboratory at Duke University. She received her Ph.D. at Harvard University, where she studyied the evolutionary ecology and thermal physiology of anoles, focusing on the cybotoid anoles from the Dominican Republic. Martha serves as Conference Editor for the Anole Annals. Website: www.marthamunoz.weebly.com

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