Sea spider phylogenomics
Harvestman Hox genes
Scorpion Hox genes
Evolution of the chelicera
RNAi in Phalangium opilio
Older (archived) projects
Basal Opiliones phylogeny
Basal bivalve phylogeny
Simulations and theory
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Jesús A. Ballesteros Chávez
Caitlin M. Baker
Andrew Z. Ontano
Emily V.W. Setton
Gavish-Regev and Sharma Labs' excursion to Mt. Guy, South Island, New Zealand, February 2019.
Emily deconstructs the genetics of spider legs. New Zealand, February 2019.
Guilherme revitalizes the study of whip spider development. New Zealand, February 2019.
Andrew applies rare genomic changes to decipher chelicerate phylogeny. New Zealand, February 2019.
Joint harvestman-collecting trip with the Boyer, Giribet, Hormiga, and Sharma Labs. New Zealand, February 2019.
Keeping up with the literature. Christchurch, New Zealand, February 2019.
The legendary Dr. Yasuko Akiyama-Oda with Emily Setton, a junior disciple of the Parasteatoda model.
SICB meeting in San Francisco, 2018
Arachnid evo-devo team in South Island, New Zealand, February 2019.
Plato, sporting UW swag.
Red chinos: mandatory lab attire. Christchurch, New Zealand, February 2019.
The biggest of the Aphonopelma hentzi hatchlings.
This is what our spider embryos see when they first hatch...
Spider hatchlings, hanging out. Photo by G. Gainett.
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