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BioBlitz Detroit 2017: discovering biodiversity in the city

“The pure excitement of the kids as they discover and engage with the nature around them is truly contagious and I always come away having learned many new things from the community that comes out for this event." ~Michelle Fearon

On U-M Gateway: three species of tiny frogs discovered in Peruvian Andes

Given that the newly discovered frog species live in the Pui Pui Protected Forest, much of their habitat is formally protected. However, amphibians worldwide face multiple threats—and Andean amphibians are no exception.


New speciation research in Andean cloud forest birds shines light on age-old questions

“A longstanding question in speciation research is the extent to which populations that are diverging into new species can exchange genes while maintaining their trajectories of divergence,” said Professor Benjamin Winger, who authored a recent paper in Evolution.

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