Vertebrate Zoology2018-01-12T10:34:18+00:00

Michael Gloriani Visits Vertebrate Zoology

Michael Gloriani, a senior undergraduate Biology student at the University of San Diego, visited the Vertebrate Zoology collection to measure some of our chameleon specimens for his research.  He is studying Jackson’s chameleons (Trioceros jacksonii), which are not native to Hawaii and were intentionally introduced to Kaneohe in 1972.  Many thanks to Michael for agreeing to answer some questions so that we could learn more about his project! Can you briefly describe the project you’re working on to earn your degree? I am studying the sexual dimorphism of tongue projection in chameleons. This is my senior thesis project [...]

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