Lyzzy’s Master’s Thesis was titled Losing Flight: the anatomy and performance in flightless ducks. Their work focused on the anatomy, performance, and evolution of flightless Indian Runner ducks. They were mentored by Dr. Ashley Heers at California State University, Los Angeles. This project is ongoing, and publication is coming soon.
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Lyzzy’s dissertation is on the evolution of headgear in Pronghorn antelope. Their work will set up a framework for research into inter- and intra-specific variation, influences of sexual selection, and horn histology on ancestral pronghorn species.
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