Caroline Francescutti

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Title:
Masters Student
Email:
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Current Research

I am interested in evolutionary genetics and looking at the genetic basis of wing colour polymorphisms in Lepidoptera and the interplay between aposematic signalling and the evolution of wing patterns. Namely, looking at the difference in colouration in Colias eurytheme and Colias philodice as well as looking at the role of mimicry and aposematism in the colour and UV patterns of Delias butterflies.

Education

B.S., Biological Sciences, The George Washington University, U.S.A., 2020

Publications

Douglas H. Ubelaker and Caroline M. Francescutti. (2020) The Role of Stable Isotope Analysis in Forensic Anthropology. In: The Future of Forensic Science, Forensic Science in Focus, edited by Daniel A. Martell and Douglas H. Ubelaker, pp. 43-7. Wiley, Hoboken, NJ

Laboratory

Martin Lab