Molecular ecology views: Shenandoah butternuts

Sean Hoban, a postdoc at the Università di Ferrara, Italy, sends along these photos from his Ph.D. fieldwork on endangered butternut trees in beautiful Shenandoah National Park, USA. Many more pictures of Sean’s field work in forests across the eastern US and Canada, and some botanic gardens, can be found here.

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Shenandoah view

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Sean Hoban during his PhD work, searching the beautiful mountains of Shenandoah National Park (near the border of Virginia and West Virginia) for range-edge, isolated populations of the endangered butternut tree.

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About Jeremy Yoder

Jeremy Yoder is an Assistant Professor of Biology at California State University, Northridge. He also blogs at Denim and Tweed, and tweets under the handle @jbyoder.
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