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two female horned beetles are head-butting for possession of a feeding site

Homosexuality in nature

The eighth in a series from the blog Gender and Sexuality in Nature, a 2016 UC Davis course organized by UM EEB alumnus Ash Zemenick (UM EEB B.S. 2011, Ph.D. UC Davis 2017) and Jacob Moore (B.S. University of Washington […]

A brown headed cowbird nestling (right) being raised by a warbler adult. Image credit: Audubon, Beth Hamel

Does transgenderism exist in nature? Some examples in birds and insects

The seventh in a series from the blog Gender and Sexuality in Nature, a 2016 UC Davis course organized by UM EEB alumnus Ash Zemenick (UM EEB B.S. 2011, Ph.D. UC Davis 2017) and Jacob Moore (B.S. University of Washington […]

Sequential hermaphroditism (or why to be wary of frog DNA)

The sixth in a series from the blog Gender and Sexuality in Nature, a 2016 UC Davis course organized by UM EEB alumnus Ash Zemenick (UM EEB B.S. 2011, Ph.D. UC Davis 2017) and Jacob Moore (B.S. University of Washington […]

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