All the lab work from the past couple of years is finally paying off, and we've gotten another paper published in Zootaxa today. Download. We describe a new species of Blaesodactylus gecko from northern Madagascar, and estimate the phylogenetic relationships within the genus. Madagascar is an amazing place with plenty of species waiting to be discovered, so long as deforestation, overcollection, and invasive predators don't get to them first.
To balance the academic side of things, I've put together a few images of bizarre invertebrates from my recent trip to Borneo. Thanks again to Jackie and Ben for letting me use a few of their photos, find them below: