Ladies and gentlemen, this is a special edition of the Carnival of Evolution. It’s the big six oh!
In honor of that achievement, we shall share this carnival’s space with other events celebrating their sixtieth anniversary.
Meet Your New Symbionts: Trillions of Viruses.
The feathers on a new dinosaur, Auronis xui are examined at the Pterosaur Heresies.
Relentless Evolution at The Molecular Ecologist.
roach bait lost it sweet allure for its intended targets, who now find the traps bitter.
extraordinarily high sound frequencies, covered here at NeuroDojo. (But what’s the selective pressure?)
the Supertree method at Teaching Biology.
what it means to be an animal.
for dark colour in crickets, covered here at NeuroDojo.
potato pathogen at John Hawks’ weblog.
Neuroanthropology podcast that answers such pressing questions as, “What is it and why should I care?”
describes the trip to the Galápagos for us.
eyes of cave bugs, covered here at NeuroDojo.
genome reduction in the context of ongoing “junk DNA” debates at Genomicron.
Story behind the paper at The Tree of Life. It’s largely about snot... or, to use the technical term, mucus.
possible role of culture in the eventual extinction of the Neanderthal lineage.
God and Evolution, the conclusion from John Wilkins at Evolving Thoughts.
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