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Carnival of Evolution

This month's host is the Teaching Biology blog. Marc Srour uses the post to promote crustaceans, including my new favorite model, Daphnia, which he suggests could be used to test hypotheses about group selection. Good idea, but I'm busy using them to test hypotheses about the evolution of aging.

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