Today we gathered for our Third Annual Symposium at the Richard Gilder Graduate School at the American Museum of Natural History. With 35 people in attendance, this was our largest event yet! Our presenters discussed fossil plants, dung beetle genitalia, methane emission in hybrid cattail, dinosaur eggs, cryptic diversity on Madagascar, malaria, the crazy mating behavior of solifuges and meteorites. A special thanks to our presenters, attendees, the Richard Gilder Graduate School and to our organizers.
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