Post by Matt Hoch. Dr. J. Matt Hoch is newly minted PhD from SUNY Stony Brook who is interested in the reproductive ecology and life…View More On the study of crustaceous genitalia
Post by Jon Copley. Dr. Jon Copley is a lecturer in marine ecology at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton, UK. He is also director…View More Sex At Vents: Lights On or Off?
In the deep dark sea, bioluminescence is the name of game. Its central role is unequivocal for many organisms. Do different sexes of species display…View More Lighted Whoopie In The Sea: Repost
Clearly Isaac Hayes drew his inspiration from the limpet Crepidula fornicata for this classic funk soul hit. Crepidula, known as a slipper limpet, is a…View More Sequential Lovin’: You and Me and You and You
Wallace J. Nichols is a sea turtle biologist and marine conservation activist affiliated with the California Academy of Sciences, Ocean Revolution, and the Sea Turtle…View More Sea turtles get it on, and on, and on…
Post by Shawn M. Arellano. Dr. Shawn Arellano is a postdoctoral researcher at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Her PhD research at…View More I have a dirty secret: I am a mussel sex voyeur.
Spreading the love on sex week! The good Dr. Byrnes talks about sex in flatworms with Penis Fencing: Dangerous or Decadent? Greg Laden ponders the…View More Who’s Talking Dirty Today?
In an upcoming paper I have in press with colleagues, we are describing 4 new species of Anemone form hydrothermal vents in the western Pacific.…View More Got Gonad?
Post by Amanda “not a sponge” Kahn. Amanda Kahn is currently a masters student at well-known Moss Landing Marine Laboratory, considered to be one of…View More “Sleezy” sponge sexuality
Post from Chris Mah, purveyor of all echinoderm. Dr. Christopher Mah is a NSF Postdoctoral Fellow at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. He…View More The Sand Dollar Love Shack: A Special Echinoblog to DSN