The Kawahara lab investigates the evolution and diversity of invertebrates, especially the butterflies and moths (Lepidoptera). We integrate many approaches, including phylogenetic, behavioral, functional genomic, and biodiversity informatics. Utilizing next-generation… Read More
Amazing bark beetles: many species have bizarre genetics and countless symbioses, such as this haplo-diploid fungus-farming Hadrodemius globus. The Hulcr lab studies their evolution and ecology.
The Miller Lab: Investigating sexual selection and color plasticity in the tropical heliconia bug
The Miller Lab studies behavior, ecology, and evolution in a variety of insects including the leaf-footed cactus bug, Narnia femorata. The Miller Lab is also investigating sexual selection and color… Read More