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New UMMZ digital collection unearths mysterious order of amphibians

The Division of Reptiles and Amphibians at U-M's Museum of Zoology maintains a collection of radiograph film plates that are being digitized and associated with diagrams of individual specimens to make them more accessible for research.

A Night at the Museum: EEB’s holiday party

“It was a lot of fun getting together on Friday night in the Natural History Museum for our annual holiday party, especially seeing the bumper crop of EEB babies and young children in attendance.”


Biology Letters cover story: a role of mimicry in brightly colored ground beetles?

“Müllerian mimicry is a textbook example of natural selection where warningly colored species evolve to resemble each other to reduce predation,” explained Carlos Muñoz-Ramirez.

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