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Fautin's Research Featured on KU Today

Friday, April 26, 2013

Daphne Fautin's research project funded by the National Science Foundation is featured as the lead story on KU Today for April 26, 2013. Her project shows that a greater number of sea anemone species live at the planet’s mid-latitudes, roughly the position of California, Virginia, Portugal, or New South Wales, and less diversity is apparent within the anemones’ group toward the equator and poles.  According to the news article, Fautin’s research will appear in the May issue of The Biological Bulletin, vol. 224, no. 2.  Her peer-reviewed paper is co-authored by KU colleagues Lacey Malarky and Jorge Soberón

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