Working with Cope’s Gray Treefrogs at UMN

I’m in Minnesota for a few weeks this summer working on a project with Alex Baugh from Swarthmore and Mark Bee from the University of Minnesota.  We’re collaborating on a project to understand how phonotactic behavior, hormone levels, and peripheral auditory processing change within the 24 hours period from oviposition  to post oviposition in Cope’s gray treefrogs (Hyla chrysoscelis). These guys are surprisingly green in the lab!

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