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SquaMates Ep. 5: The Pythons Strike Back

10/22/2018
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The fifth episode of the SquaMates podcast—with cool new papers, and a special surprise. The show is hosted by Mark D. Scherz, Gabriel Ugueto, and Ethan Kocak, and this week we’re joined by guest host, #HERper Helen Plylar! In this fifth episode, we talk about amphibian genome size evolution, the speciation of dusky salamanders (Desmognathus),… Read more

Duration:02:21:37

SquaMates Ep. 4: A Newt Hope

9/22/2018
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The fourth episode of the SquaMates podcast! You wanted more snake genomes? You got them! You wanted more controversy? Double dose! This show is rife with bad puns and brilliant science, hosted by Mark D. Scherz, Gabriel Ugueto, and Ethan Kocak! In this fourth episode, we revisit the Toxicofera, whinge about how busy we all… Read more

Duration:02:07:04

SquaMates Ep. 3: Revenge of the Toxicofera

8/22/2018
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The third episode of the SquaMates podcast—bigger, better, and much, much longer than ever before! The show is rife with bad puns and brilliant science, and hosted by Mark D. Scherz, Gabriel Ugueto, and Ethan Kocak! In this third episode, an unplanned drinking game is introduced, as well as a new section title! We talk… Read more

Duration:02:53:25

SquaMates Ep. 2: Attack of the Genomes

7/22/2018
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The much-anticipated second episode of the SquaMates podcast, hosted by Mark D. Scherz, Gabriel Ugueto, and Ethan Kocak, here for your ears at last! The this second episode, we give an overview of some of the biggest new research in herpetology since the start of 2018, and the topic of the week is axolotls and… Read more

Duration:02:16:35

SquaMates Ep. 1: The Fishopod Menace

6/22/2018
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It’s finally here! The first episode of SquaMates, the totally serious herpetology podcast, hosted by Mark D. Scherz, Gabriel Ugueto, and Ethan Kocak! In this first episode, we introduce you to the show and its format, then cover all of herpetological history, and then discuss all reptiles and amphibians ever. Show References: Caruso, N. &… Read more

Duration:02:20:04