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Devin Edmonds

Devin Edmonds is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences working in the Population and Community Ecology (PaCE) lab with Dr. Michael Dreslik. His research focuses on understanding the ecology of threatened species to inform conservation efforts. For his dissertation, he is studying the endangered Malagasy poison frog Mantella cowanii as part of a conservation action plan for the species.