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 The Moss Lab of Reproductive Ecology and Evolution @                     

In January 2024, I started as an Assistant Professor of Integrative Organismal Biology at Virginia Tech. 

Research in the Moss Lab will integrate field and laboratory approaches to gain a deeper understanding of evolutionary processes in our natural world, as manifest through the lens of sexual and parental behaviors. Projects will involve native amphibians and reptiles and span two major themes: Sex In Changing Environments and the Parental Care Evolution. We will hold joint appointments in Virginia Tech's Department of Biological Sciences and Global Change Center.


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By Miles Bensky (@mbenskydesigns)

Latest Publications

Evidence for individual vocal recognition in a pair-bonding poison frog, Ranitomeya imitator

led by undergrad, Molly Podraza, with Eva Fischer

Journal of Experimental Biology 224(3):jeb246753

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