June 2017 - Samuel Tegge, a Master's student from Western Kentucky University collaborator Steve Huskey's lab, just completed a very successful visit to the Anderson Lab for a month of collecting EMG recordings during vibratory signals produced in chameleons!
May 2017 - Chris Anderson went to Friday Harbor Laboratories (University of Washington) to Scan All The Chameleons! During his visit he was able to get µCT scans from over 140 specimens, representing all 12 genera of chameleons! Chris will be
scanning the remaining diversity of chameleons in the
March 2017 - Chris Anderson traveled to Tanzania
as part of a delegation from the IUCN Chameleon
Specialist Group. There he helped develop and
present a preliminary plan for a Tanzanian
Chameleon Conservation and Management
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