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Not created equal: Wing structure helps female monarch butterflies outperform males in flight

Evidence has been mounting that female monarch butterflies are better at flying and more successful at migration than males, and researchers from the University of Georgia have now come up with an explanation—but not one they expected.

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Faculty Position Available at the Odum School of Ecology

The Odum School of Ecology is searching for two extraordinary faculty members.

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Upcoming Seminars and Events →

CONSERVATION SEMINAR: Cold-blooded conservation: Educating the public about reptiles & amphibians
Dr. Kimberly Andrews, Research Coordinator, Georgia Sea Turtle Center & Education Program Specialist, Savannah River Ecology Lab & Adjunct Professor, UGA Odum School of Ecology
Dec. 2, 2015

Graduate Student Symposium 2016
Jan. 15 - Jan. 16, 2016