Robert Wallace reports recent publications, conference appearances

Robert “Bob” L. Wallace, professor of biology and the Patricia and Philip McCullough 1969 Professor in Biology, had several recent publications, including some in Zookeys and Limnologica; and “Overview by Phylogeny: Rotifera” in M. K. Skinner’s Encyclopedia of Reproduction.

He also participated in several presentations at the IX International Shallow Lakes Conference in Merida, Mexico, Feb. 18-24, 2017; and the 15th International Rotifer Symposium June 3-9 in El Paso, Texas.


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