Research

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L-R: Gasteruption sp. by B. Parslow, Tiliqua rugosa by M. Gardner, Egernia stokesii by G. Duffield, Native bee larvae by B. Parslow, Amytornis modestus by A. Slender.

 

 

Research interests of the LEGS lab focuses on population genetics, molecular ecology, major histocompatibility complex (MHC) genes, evolution, and sociality, and spans a diverse range of animal study species.

Projects supervised by Associate Professor Michael Schwarz

Projects supervised by Associate Professor Michael Gardner

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J. Hacking
Ctenophorus decresii by J. Hacking