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:
Ran across another cool biocreative WordPress blog today called eukaryography. Here you’ll find, “musings on biology, literature and the everyday.” I particularly enjoy eukaryography’s posts on poetry, visualization of biological phenomena and art + biology. I was also happy to have discovered DNATube.com (a scientific video site) through eukaryography’s blog. Enjoy!