ARKive.org features Barton Springs Salamander

For those of you who attended the Ecological Society of America meeting in Austin last month, you may have run into Liana Vitali in the ARKive.org exhibit booth. I had a great time chatting with Liana and attending the ARKive workshop. I’m excited to report that “my” study organism – the Barton Springs Salamander (Eurycea sosorum) – was featured on ARKive’s On the Road blog yesterday. I’m sure all of you on Field Trip 18 will recognize Barton Springs and the salamander! And, to make this a biocreative post, I’ll share with you one of my aunt Victoria Harrell’s paintings that appeared in my dissertation manuscript:

Victoria Harrell "Barton Springs Salamander" watercolor on paper

Victoria Harrell "Barton Springs Salamander" watercolor on paper.

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