Update from the Lab: Dr. Stacy Krueger-Hadfield

Follow our new series on research happening in the Department of Biology. Today's installment features recent papers from Dr. Stacy Krueger-Hadfield.

Follow our new series on research happening in the Department of Biology. Each story will broadly highlight a current study or papers that faculty members and graduate students have published as a result of their research findings. For deeper content, we’ll link to the journal or publication in which the research is featured.

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"When invaders go unnoticed: the case of Gracilaria vermiculophylla in the British Isles"

SA Krueger-Hadfield, CA Magill*, N Mieszkowska, EE Sotka, CA Maggs. Cryptogamie Algologie.

In this recently published a paper we documented the presence of the widespread, non-native seaweed Gracilaria vermiculophylla at several sites in Ireland, England, and Wales. This seaweed is a case study in "invaders going unnoticed," as the genus is morphologically and taxonomically challenging, even for specialists. These populations are important because we need to gain a better understanding of where this species is in order to mitigate future invasions in the marine environment.

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