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March 21, 2019

I have the pleasure to be a part of the new group, the Tufts Pollinator Initiative (TPI). Our group was recently funded by the Tufts Green Fund to make Tufts University a better place for pollinators!

To learn about our initiative, check out TPI's fir...

September 13, 2018


Back in June, The Xereces Society held a #PicturePerfectPollinator photo contest. In honor of National Pollinator Week, I entered a photo accompanied by a pollinator fact each day. 

Just recently, it came to my attention that my photo of a male Puget...

July 26, 2018

Being a small, squishy, slow-moving caterpillar is tough. Caterpillars are a protein-packed snack for carnivorous insects such as wasps and spiders, some ants, and birds.

For my post-doc, I’m studying an ant-caterpillar symbiosis.

A “symbiosis” is an i...

June 24, 2018

For National Pollinator Week, I shared a pollinator photo, accompanied with a pollinator fact, on social media each day. In case you're not on Instagram or Twitter, here are my photos with their fact. I hope you learn something new!

Day 1

Day 1 of #Nat...

October 17, 2015

This past week I attended the First Annual Protecting Pollinators in Ornamental Landscapes Conference in Hendersonville, NC. When it comes to protecting pollinators, a lot of research focuses on honey bees, pathogens, pesticides, and the current stat...

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