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mussels in the genus lampsilis are an evolutionary marvel

spilling out of a females' shell is flesh shaped & moving like fish

Sensing predatory fish it wiggles its lure to entice ... in striking range the mussel fires its larvae into its gills... 1/

Interesting: this new study @Ecol_Evol based on a survey among marine scientists found that females intentionally chose eco-friendly travel options more often than their male colleagues (35.5 vs 21.1%)
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/ece3.8201?campaign=wolearlyview#.YWgyx3EbqHw.twitter #openaccess @sciforfuture @ambodenbleiben #unter1000

"We need to safeguard biodiversity for everyone's wellbeing", says #UOL expert @hhillebr1 on the occasion of the first part of the @UNBiodiversity conference which is currently underway.

#COP15 #ForNature
@HIFMB_OL @ICBM_uol

📸 Uni Oldenburg

How spiders can convert long-chain #omega3 depending on their dietary availability? We reveal it by using stable hydrogen and carbon isotopes of fatty acids in a new @Aqua_Terr study, with @twisci1 @kainz_lab @ChemAquaEco et al.
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/oik.08513

On Friday and Saturday, we celebrated the arrival of our new cohort of PhD students with a kick-off! On Friday students gave presentations and had their first official supervisor meetings and on Saturday we took a sightseeing tour of Potsdam. Welcome again PhD cohort 3!! 🥳🎉

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A huge welcome to #BioMove #PhD cohort 3 who have their very first day in the project today 🥳🎉🍾 We're so excited to have you joining the crew!

It is happening! Matilda Andersson @matildaleaa is defending her doctoral thesis @LimnoUppsala with Brian Hayden @DrHaydo as opponent (via zoom). So exciting! #proudSupervisor

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