Melissa Ingala, Ph.D. πŸ¦‡ (@bat_biomes )

Melissa Ingala, Ph.D. πŸ¦‡

Bio Global Genome Initiative postdoc at @NMNH & @NationalZoo. Bat microbiomes & genomes. Herp hobbyist. (She/Her). Opinions mine, unfortunately. #BlackLivesMatter
Location New York, USA
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Account created 02-03-2015 01:48:11
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Android : Folks above the age of 25: today is a great day, if you haven't already, to unfollow and block all of the grifter Alt-federal agency accounts (who are and were always grifters), and start planning how to hold the new agency power to account on climate, health, justice

Twitter Web App : QT with a photo of you that somebody else has taken. Selfies are not allowed. It can be old or new but ideally one that really captures you.

Blissed out cruising down the Tahuayo River after going to see the pink river dolphins. πŸ“Έ Sherri Fenton.…

Android : It’s Inauguration Day. Celebrate the many wins that today represents. Also remember that white supremacy is bipartisan and we are still fighting for our lives.

PS I’m bout to go under anesthesia for the first time ever so prayers up all around (dental stuff, nun serious)

Android : RGGS Prof Nancy Simmons, AMNH Postdoc alum Marcelo Weksler and colleagues publication on vouchering specimens and β€œThe Critical Need for Integrating Natural History Collections in Infectious Disease Studies”…

Android : A fishing πŸ¦‡? A speedy πŸ¦‡? A πŸ¦‡ that drinks nectar? A πŸ¦‡ that loves fruit? A vampire πŸ¦‡? Hundreds of brochures on the most common species of πŸ¦‡ we can find in Cali πŸ‡¨πŸ‡΄ and surroundings. Ready to share with the community, because every day is bat appreciation day! #magiasalvaje

Android : Pieces of a Woman is absolute Fire and if Shia wasn’t an abuser he’d have collected that best Oscar nomination.

Android : Our new paper is out! A big team led by folks in Taiwan and Japan, w/ contributions from myself and our partner in the Philippines

Population genetic structure of the insular Ryukyu flying fox Pteropus dasymallus…

Twitter Web App : It’s like leaders and managers have never had to take evolution! πŸ€¦πŸ½β€β™€οΈ More people infected, greater viral population size, more mutants per generation, more likely to get a dangerous variant. But please tell me again how those masks pinch your ears.....…

Android : Dr Klaatu I've seen these photos before and I think they are actually of a baby Eptesicus! But the bumblebee bat is indeed the smallest bat, a monotypic member of the family Craseonycteridae:…