CWRU undergrad publishes study on millipedes in Costa Rica

Photo of Shane Cooley holding a milipede on his gloved hand
Shane Cooley

Shane Cooley (CWR ‘21) is the lead author on a new study titled “Microhabitat partitioning is driven by preferences, not competition, in two Costa Rican millipede species,” published in the Journal of Tropical Ecology

Cooley’s conducted his research as part of a study abroad course offered by the Department of Biology. The course is taught by senior instructor Ron Oldfield, who served as the second author of the study.

Read the paper.