Saturday, August 20, 2016

The Adventures of the Integrative Ecologist: Hunting for worms in Adelaide

I was recently in Adelaide, South Australia, after a particular species of trematode, Gorgocephalus kyphosi, which I need for some of my molecular work.  I would have written a blog post about it, but fortunately for me, Rebecca Wheatley beat me to it:

The Adventures of the Integrative Ecologist: Hunting for worms in Adelaide: A few weeks ago, I went hunting for worms. Funky worms. Gorgocephalids, in fact – pronounced gor-go-kefalids , they're a family of d...

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