Southeastern Louisiana University
The Southeastern Louisiana University Vertebrate Museum
is a research facility for the study of ecology, evolution, and natural
history of vertebrate animals. We possess specimens of fishes,
amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. The Vertebrate Museum aids in
the research of numerous scientists at Southeastern Louisiana
University and elsewhere, and also serves as a repository for specimens
from studies by our faculty, students, and collaborators.
Kyle Piller receives NSF Grant for work on silverside fishes from Mexico
Dave Sever receives grant from NSF to study reptile reproductive anatomy (read more)
faculty members and graduate students from SELU attended the Joint
Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists
in Providence, RI. 7-13 July 2010. Graduate student in
Ichthyology Malorie Hayes (left with advisor Kyle Piller) won the Storer Award for best poster in Ichthyology - Congratulations Malorie!
Southeastern Louisiana University Vertebrate Museum
Department of Biological Sciences; SLU 10736; Hammond, LA 70402 USA; www.selu.edu
for information on the Fishes of Lake Pontchartrain poster and find out how to get yours.
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