Joined: Oct 15, 2020 Last Active: Aug 14, 2022 iNaturalist

I'm particularly fond of invertebrate animals, the microscopic world, life in freshwaters, and local nature. I'm an evolutionary biologist at the University of Maryland and study the biology of freshwater water nymph worms (naidines and pristinines). This is a very cool and common group of tiny, nearly transparent freshwater worms (about the size of an eyelash) that reproduce asexually by making worm chains.

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