The third chapter of Gordon's dissertation has been accepted at the Journal of Biogeography. This paper examines the interplay between historical biogeography and ecological opportunity in the native Hawaiian Nesophrosyne radiation.
Congratulations to Gordon for having another chapter of his dissertation published. His paper on how host plants have shaped the diversity of native Hawaiian Nesophrosyne leafhoppers will appear in Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution soon!
Gordon, Crystal and Patrick
Congratulations to all the lab members who are graduating this year. Gordon received his PhD and will be moving on to a postdoctoral position in Nancy Moran's Lab at Yale. Crystal got her Bachelor's degree in Molecular Toxicology and is applying to Pharmacy School. Best of luck to you both in the future!
Dr. Gordon Bennett
Isn't he so cute?
You know dad, you're not the only one who gets to play dress up...
Gordon won second place for his presentation at the Entomological Society of America Meetings.
Our collaborator extrodinaire, Neal Evenhuis, has just published some new species of Hawaiian Campsicnemus, one of which is named after Gordon!
Gordon's revision of the Nesophrosyne specializing on Broussatia arguta has just been accepted in Zootaxa. Congratulations! Here's the link: http://www.mapress.com/zootaxa/2011/f/zt02805p025.pdf