Evolution 2016: Mammals

by Greg Mayer I spent June 17-22 in Austin, Texas, for Evolution 2016, the annual joint meeting of the Society for the Study of Evolution, the American Society of Naturalists, and the Society of Systematic Biology, which is the premier annual gathering of evolutionary biologists from around the world. I hope to make a few […]

Bats can be squee

by Greg Mayer Bats are usually some shade of brown, gray, or black, but some are all white, some have facial masks, and some even have yellow spots. But the most distinctively patterned bat I’ve ever seen is the one making the rounds on the interwebs this week, Niumbaha superba, the skunk bat. It also […]