One and one make three.
It's time for a cup of tea
Arctocephale ! Lopes et al. (in preparation) ...
Toxic little bugs,
dressed up in female wedding gowns
breed ferociously. Warmuth et al. (2022) Genome Res
Mix two genomes and
TEs emerge like flies from sand.
Cheerful selfish land. Tusso et al. (2022) Genome Res
Zone of tension. Fog.
makes glaciers shiver. Metzler et al. (2021) Evolution
adapts to heaven and hell.
Exchanging angels. Tusso, Nieuwenhuis et al. (2020) Nat Ecol Evol
gene tree by gene tree
by geen tree by gentry by teen
gear by green tea. Bye! Lopes et al. (2021) Syst Biol
Brothers and sisters.
Broken glass in stormy seas.
Incest cabinet. Foote et al. (2021) Mol Ecol
thrive on inverted soil. Helas,
and gametes blossom. Knief (2021) Royal Open Soc
Butterflies and stars,
flowers, bees and grass in concert
sing while alleles pass. Schielzeth, Wolf (2021) Am J Botany
Nets of mitrail
assemble in the ocean.
[immakuˈlate] Peart et al. (2021) Mol Ecol Res
Bill + brain + tool = corvid?
Bill + brain + tool + the right alleles =
Cool tool-using corvid. Dussex, Kutschera, Wiberg et al. (2021) Mol Ecol
Blueprint in uproar.
Genes jump and polymeres tilt.
Coal turns into ash. Weissensteiner et al. (2020) Nature Communications
Choose your mate wisely,
says the black crow to the grey.
Croaks, and flies away. Knief et al. (2020) J Evol Biol
How do we estimate you?
What can you teach us? Peñalba, Wolf (2020) Nature Reviews Genetics
on water and land.
Where sea lions do not roam
Their story was told
Draw from the old tales,
of the feather-footed,
the features of their path,
the wise clues for their future. Peart et al. (2020) Nature Ecology and Evolution
are time sensitive creatures.
So the crows teach us. Mugal et al. (2019) Mol Biol Evol
In the smallest lands,
the crows carry a burden.
for a common cruel crow
Collective killing Holtmann et al. (2019), Sci Reports
Does species richness
bear on gene diversity?
We ask the meadow. Eisenhauer et al. (2019) Res Ideas Outcomes
our sequence is fixed
yet with the seasons we change
we ask: meth to blame? DfG grant WO1426/4-1 on Evolutionary Epigenetics