Eben Gering

Sexual conflict and female revolution in damselflies

Among the ponds of the Brackenridge Field Laboratory lurks the living evidence of a multi-million year struggle between males and females.  Find out how the battle between the sexes contributes to evolution, and why some female damselflies at Brackenridge look suspiciously like males…

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About h. gillespie

Hayley Gillespie is an artist-scientist with a Ph.D. in Ecology, Evolution and Animal Behavior. She studies endangered species, writes for the biocreativity blog and is the founder/director of Art.Science.Gallery. in Austin, Texas. Hayley enjoys finding new ways to merge art & science through outreach activities, writing and multimedia projects.

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