New seahorse birth and student training

Eleven new dwarf seahorse babies, Hippocampus zosterae, were born in the lab today for use in our feeding selectivity study led by undergraduate researcher, Alyssa Stubbs. The new birth today served as training for our newest researcher senior, Ja’Kaila Jefferson.

Sophomore undergraduate, Lauren Albury, resumed her training on zooplankton identification and training for our Gamble Rogers marsh restoration project. Glad to have the lab full of students and especially filled with so much girl power!

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