Category archives for Evolutionary Biology
One of those really cool and useful “evolution stories” gets verified and illuminated by actual research. And blogging!
It turns out I write academia erotica! I can tell you that the three dimensional visual imagery in the post to which Stephanie refers was a replacement for the actual visual imagery I had in mind when I wrote it. But I couldn’t use that because …
Do Individual Females Differ Intrinsically in Their Propensity to Engage in Extra-Pair Copulations?
Research on giant sea scorpions (eurypterids) – the largest bugs that ever lived – has shed new light on why eurypterids became so large and eventually died out.
Today’s falsehood is the idea that individual animals act for the benefit of their own species.