A ring species.
Thursday, August 28, 2014
Carnival of Evolution #74
Well, it’s a couple of weeks late, but Carnival of Evolution #74 is now out. Our contribution was Craig Benkman’s fascinating post about “A small mammal with an outsized impact”. With more than 500 views already, it’s one of our most popular posts ever, and deservedly so. So if you haven’t read it, check it out! There are lots of other goodies in the carnival; I was very interested in the discussion of ring species by Jerry Coyne, for example. Enjoy!
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