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Evolution in Action

Evolution in Action
Larry Gilbert got hooked on observing butterflies when he was a just a kid.

"I found a chrysalis of a black swallowtail in a lot near our house. I raised it in a Coke bottle in the window, and have been interested in butterflies ever since," says Gilbert, a professor of integrative biology at the University of Texas.

In a rooftop greenhouse on the Austin campus, where he has worked since 1971, and as director of the 82-acre Brackenridge Field Lab just a few minutes away, Gilbert focuses much of his research on Heliconius butterflies.

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