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Cephalopods engage in colorful confrontations

Octopuses were once thought to be mostly solitary creatures, only worried about looming predators or potential mates. It turns out, octopuses can also communicate with each other by changing their body pattern and color. How does this form of communication work when octopuses decide to fight? Sean AndersonI am a first year MS candidate at […]

Complex Relationships in a Changing World: Sponges and Seagrass

Different species within an ecosystem interact with each other. However, their interactions are often more complex than we may realize. Here, we learn how the interaction between sub-tropical seagrass and sponges can be different in different environments, with implications to climate change. Derrick AlcottDerrick is pursuing a Ph.D. in the Organismic and Evolutionary Biology Program […]

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