Lab Event

Colby presenting at GEEB 2020.

Colby wins THREE awards at GEEB symposium!

Congratulations to Colby Behrens for winning Students’ Choice, Faculty Choice and Best Overall at the annual GEEB symposium. Colby showed that sticklebacks from a population that does not provide care produce larger clutch sizes, smaller eggs, embryos that develop faster and are more bold as fry relative to sticklebacks from a sympatric caring population. Turns …

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Colby heads to the field

Aided by some faithful assistants, Colby collected “white” and “common” sticklebacks in Nova Scotia to bring to the lab to study. So called “white” sticklebacks do not provide care for their offspring, while “commons” do!