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posted Oct 17, 2012, 10:14 AM by Rivera Lab

Rivera lab undergrads presented their research at the Pacific Undergraduate Research Conference in the spring. 

Half Moon Bay collecting

posted Aug 30, 2010, 4:44 PM by Rivera Lab

Half Moon Bay, CA is the home of several species of ostracod crustaceans.  Among them is a sexually dimorphic species, Euphilomedes carcharodonta.  In this species, males have large image-forming eyes while females have only tiny simple eyes.  Studying the developmental differences between the males and females could be key to figuring out how a complex character can be lost and re-evolve over time.

Image: Stacey Nordwall, Half Moon Bay harbor

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