Wade Hazel at ITESM, Bocochibampbo Bay, Sonora, Mexico.

Wade (the bossman) Hazel works on theoretical and empirical studies of phenotypic plasticity, using butterfly larvae and barnacles as model systems. Here Wade is checking settlement plates for the two morphs of Chthamalus anisopoma. The plates were treated with different doses of mucous from the predatory snail, Acanthina angelica, which is known to induce the predator resistant form of the barnacle.

Wade is Prof. and Chair of the Dept. of Biology at DePauw University.



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