Our lab has collaborated with others at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute to produce an animated video that illustrates the ecological importance of the túngara frog and its connection to the frog-eating bat.

Our lab has created a short lesson on frog acoustic communication and mate choice as part of our ongoing outreach efforts. It can be downloaded for use in the classroom here.

For a genetics course taught by Dr. Hunter at Salisbury University, we have recorded a series of videos to accompany the otherwise in-person labs and give an in-depth view on laboratory practices of genetic analyses. They can be found here.

We have also created lesson plans for visiting schoolchildren at the Gamboa field site in Panamá. This curriculum can be found here.

We have entered interesting information about the three species our lab studies including their rangemaps and calls here.