Nila Le

Joined: Mar 12, 2017 Last Active: Sep 01, 2021 iNaturalist

An extremely dedicated graduate student pursuing an M.S. in biology, concentrating in plant ecology and evolution. I'm studying the native California plant and rocky outcrop endemic Arabis blepharophylla (coast rock cress; Brassicaceae) to understand why it has a restricted range.

By the time I graduated from USF with a B.S. in biology and a concentration in ecology, I spent two and a half years working as an undergraduate researcher in a plant ecology and evolution lab wherein we studied the molecular phylogenetics of the diverse pan-tropical plant genus Psychotria (Rubiaceae), focusing on the endemic Hawaiian species, as well as the population genetics and climatic niches of the California native plant Mimulus cardinalis (Phrymaceae).

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