|I am a graduate student in biology studying at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA. Specifically, I look at the role that floral scent plays in maintaining species boundaries - and driving speciation - in flowering plants through its effects on pollinator attraction and preference. I primarily study plants in the genus Mimulus (Phyrmaceae; monkeyflowers) and their associated bee, hawkmoth, and hummingbird pollinators. Separately, I am a hobbyist birder and backpacker.|
|Special interests: Mimulus,"Sierra Nevada",birds|
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