A “species” is a hypothesis. And for microscopic critters, this hypothesis is very often wrong. Everyone knows I despise charismatic megafauna (especially dolphins). I will…View More When 2 becomes 12: Cryptic species need some love like they’ve never needed love before
Sometimes I am stunned by the vastness of the internet, as well as the brief 15-nanoseconds of fame that go along with most of its…View More Deep-sea additions to the Nematode Tree of Life
Lynn Margulis classified the Chaetognaths, known as arrow worms, as deuterostomes. Deuterostomy is characterized by several developmental characteristics including radial, indeterminate cleavage, a posterior position…View More What in Darwin’s Name Are Chaetognaths?!
KZ is now among the scientifically published. Occurring this week in the Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington is “A new species of Alvinocaris…View More Kevin Zelnio…New and Improved…Now With 30% More Shrimp!