Culumber Lab @ UAH
Integrative evolutionary biology
Photos from the field and outreach
Collecting Gambusia holbrooki, somewhere along the east coast of the USA. (2019)
Sun beginning to set over Trout Pond in Florida (2019)
First trip to the Florida Keys for G. holbrooki, and we stumbled upon the federally endangered key deer. (2019)
Kansas 2015. Collecting fish on the Kansas River with Louis Bernatchez and Keith Gido.
Tabasco, MEX 2015. Grad student crew trecking to the next site.
Costa Rica 2015 with Michi Tobler and Ryan Greenway.
Examining platyfish at the museum.
Just some of the many platyfish collections.
Giving a presentation at the 2da Jornada de Ciencia y Desarollo Sustentable in Calnali.
Seining in a sulfur creek in Tabasco with the Tobler lab crew
One of my favorite spots, on the Rio Conzintla between Tianguistengo and Xochicoatlan.
Outdoor tanks at CICHAZ used for a variety of experiments and housing fish stocks
Taking photos of hybrid male swordtails near Acuimantla for morphological analyses (2012).
Collecting swordtails at Cocalaco with Gil Rosenthal, Christian Bautista-Hernandez and Roosevelt Rodriguez-Amador (Summer 2008).
Collecting a variety of poeciliids in the Panuco. May 2013
Giving a talk to a local high school in Mexico.
Tabasco, MEX 2013. Sampled our way down to Tabasco in May 2013 to catch up with the Tobler Lab crew and collected a lot of great fish and data while there!
Veracruz, MEX 2013. This X. maculatus from the Papaloapan drainage has the crescent complete tailspot and the genetically-controlled yellow iris trait. This is the first known report of the yellow iris in the Papaloapan.
Kingfisher perched over a stream where we sample X. variatus