Ecology
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Nick Galuszynski on a role ​— publishing another PhD article today in @thePeerJ https://t.co/5nlN8hmt3X. How do you conserve genetic diversity of plants in the hyperdiverse Cape (too many species, not enough funding/time/researchers to evaluate each one)? Use Centres of Endemisms

Site selection by geese in a suburban landscape https://t.co/9ppxpJwYWS @thePeerJ https://t.co/uMe062i6kx

Congratulations to Mizraim Olivares-Miranda for publishing today in @thePeerJ https://t.co/TvkMD2k7cy #ConservationBiology #MolecularBiology #Mycology #VeterinaryMedicine #Zoology

No Mow May article led by @IsraelDelToro has been published today in @thePeerJ https://t.co/zXKOow2YFD #Biodiversity #ConservationBiology #Ecology #Entomology #CoupledNaturalandHumanSystems #NoMowMay @LawrenceUni

Ever wonder if birds caught by mist net vs. Potter trap differ? Former @QueensUBio MSc student Sara Burns (not on Twitter) & I measured lots of traits in chickadees caught by the 2 methods & found they're mostly, but not entirely, the same. #ornithology https://t.co/CZRpwMtu5a

Our coral restoration and rubble article has been published today in @thePeerJ https://t.co/mTpbdFoMdv #ConservationBiology #Ecology #MarineBiology #thisishowMISErolls https://t.co/SSjrM7sJ7S

Our new paper on the distribution of a number of whale species is out: https://t.co/4LgxRFebxn @ZooEntUP @InvasionScience @ResearchUP

A laboratory comparison of the interactions between three plastic mulch types and 38 active substances found in pesticides https://t.co/amAA0LmptS @thePeerJ

Nest-site selection and breeding success of passerines in the world’s southernmost forests https://t.co/yipKeZ23Zv @thePeerJ https://t.co/sVCbmJE093

Microbiome connectivity in coral reefs - new paper out with @rleonzay @Drew_Lab @MollyMcCargar where we show fish poop out more than just coral symbionts. We even see Epulopiscium go in and out of surgeonfish! https://t.co/XZW5pElqCI