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INVERTEBRATE MEDICINE, Second Edition BLOG

Invertebrate Cookies!

Invertebrate Cookie Tray
We just wrapped up the NCSU-CVM week-long Invertebrate Medicine course with it's 20 student enrollment. One of these students, Kate Archibald ('14), somehow managed to find the time and creativity to bake up a wonderful batch of invertebrate cookies! She did this after attending the annual CVM Awards Banquet on Thursday night where she was  Read More 
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Who Is Dr. Wade Lehmann?

Wade Lehmann is an avid aquarist who began rearing fish as a hobby 30
years ago. His initial forays into maintaining simple glass tanks
with air stones eventually evolved into designing and maintaining
fully developed coral reef systems. Wade was instrumental in
developing the first significant website related to reef aquaria,
reefs.org, as well  Read More 
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Corrections.

1. Daniel Dombrowski should have had a DVM included with his author information. Dan is a 2006 graduate of the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine.

2. Figure 23.3 of a Mexican Redknee Tarantula is mislabeled as a Graysmoke Tarantula, which is not CITES listed.

3. Laura Foster should have had a DVM included with her author information. Laura is a 2007 graduate of the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine.

My apologies and I take responsibility for these and any other  Read More 
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Hot Topic Article: An outbreak of sea urchin disease associated with a recent hurricane: Support for the 'killer storm hypothesis' on a local scale.

A group of Canadian scientists have published their work examining the effects of weather (specifically hurricanes and increased water temperatures) on mortality of green sea urchins (Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis). A link to the abstract can be found here:

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022098111005417

Abstract:

The frequency of epizootics causing mass mortality of  Read More 
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