Author Archives: Casey Dillman

Nov 5: The Second to Last (or The Gross Dissection) leg of the trip

We are currently sitting on a houseboat on the Danube River in Tulcea, Romania, 60 km inland from the mouth of the Danube at the Black Sea. We arrived in Bucharest from Moscow around midnight on Sunday night and planned … Continue reading

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Oct 28: What’s In a Name?

A portion of what we are interested in doing on this trip is no less than a cornerstone of the Biological Sciences. Everyone remembers, or at least should, from middle school Biology, the Linnaean Hierarchy. As formally defined, this hierarchy … Continue reading

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