The MBI macroinvertebrate crew encountered this interesting salamander at a site in southern Ohio earlier this summer.
Alex Roller-Knapp, September 28th, 2022
While many bird populations have experienced dramatic declines during the last half century, one group that has actually shown population increases is woodpeckers.
Casey Tucker, Guest Writer, June 30th, 2022
The Northern Brook Lamprey (Ichthyomyzon fossor) is a native, non-parasitic lamprey species that occupies small to medium sized streams.
Paul DeRolf, May 10th, 2022
The Paddlefish (Polyodon spathula) is a species of fish unlike any other freshwater fish in the world with its elongated, paddle like rostrum.
Matt Sarver, June 5th, 2023
Jack Freda and field technician Ashley Smith were used to encountering new species, but what they found just a short distance from downtown Columbus was an unexpected surprise.
Jack Freda and Anthony Sasson, March 17th, 2023
The Round Goby (Neogobius melanostomus) is an invasive species of fish introduced to the Great Lakes drainage in the early 1990s.
Matt Sarver, November 1st, 2022
Stream monitoring is an important part of tracking the health of streams and is done through a combination of water quality, fish, and macroinvertebrate surveys.
Emily Crow, Emma Roberts, Preston Smith
Otterbein University, August 2nd, 2022