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Derek Sikes

TALLYING SPECIES IN AN URBAN PARK - Derek Sikes, a graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, works with his daughter to identify beetles during the fourth annual BioBlitz in Mohegan Park in Norwich June 1. During the 24-hour event, which was organized by the Connecticut State Museum of Natural History, 116 scientists from UConn and other organizations counted 1,898 species.

[Photo © Robert Rattner
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