2009–2013. Completing a virtual herbarium at the
2009–2013. Collaborative Research: Systematic and ecological studies of North American Najas L. (Hydrocharitaceae). DEB-0841658. National Science Foundation.
Bryan Rodrigues databases maple specimens he collected during his CONN herbarium REU
||UConn undergraduate Jillian Prescod digitally scans a CONN herbarium specimen as part of our NSF-funded database project.||Kathy
assumes her post
as a veteran
works with Tina, who has volunteered to help with our
auricled sheaths of Najas
species from section Americanae.
||Left to right: Middlebury College students Cassidy Daloia & Vicenta Vhudziak, and their advisor Dr. Sallie Sheldon join forces with my grad student Nic Tippery and UConn UG lab assistant Emmeline Liu, as we begin a 3-year collaborative study of North American Najas.||Conspicuous marginal teeth distinguish Najas guadalupensis subsp. floridana (a SEUS endemic) from its other subspecies.||This remarkably clear, SW Georgia lake represents one of the few remaining habitats for Najas filifolia, an extremely rare North American endemic.|
|Seed of Najas
showing curved phenotype
assistant Cassandra Ball records data from a Najas specimen.
||Seed of Najas
trains Middlebury students Claire Bovet (left) and Kaitlin
(center) in the molecular lab.