Rewind: Hawaii Bioblitz 2017
Way back in the spring of 2017 we teamed up with the University of Hawaii’s Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology … Continued
A Remote Possibility
I hope this post finds you safe and healthy. Here at the Florida Museum, things have been shut down for … Continued
Invert Team Powers, Activate!
It’s the end of the semester at UF which means we will soon be saying goodbye to our crack team … Continued
Go, Go, Gadget ARMS!
At the beginning of the year, Gustav and I traveled to Hong Kong to help with an ARMS project led … Continued
So, I realize that things have been a bit quiet around the blog of late But we’ve been busy as … Continued
Happy Birthday to Us!
The museum turned 100 last year, and to celebrate we had a special exhibit containing a sampling of some of … Continued
Alpheus dolerus & Asymmetrione
The Alpheus dolerus is one of 250 described snapping shrimp in the Alpheus genus. The family Alpheidae is made up … Continued
The Adventures of Jenna and Mandy: Mission Impossible?
Our mission, should we choose to accept it, will be to find the worm Chaetopterus pergamentaceus from its type locality … Continued
Frantic February gives way to March Madness
So February was crazy. Even by our usual standards of busy-ness, everything was just a little bit more hectic in … Continued