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This is the first post for hiweller.github.io, a personal website I plan to use as a repository for:
There are, clearly visible from the sidewalk, hundreds of them. The neighborhood people do not walk by and stare into it through the broken fence, as would be normal for any other pond. They tend to cross the street, looking away.
You’d think they were rats or roaches, the way people began to talk. Get those goldfish out of that pond, I don’t care how you do it. Dynamite, if necessary. But get rid of them. Winter is coming, someone said, and it is deep enough so that they’ll be swimming around underneath the ice. Get them out.
Dirt-sifting Devilfish: Winnowing in the geophagine cichlid Satanoperca daemon and evolutionary implications
Published in Zoomorphology, 2017
High-speed video kinematics and geometric morphometrics of winnowing Neotropical cichlids.
Recommended citation: Weller, H.I., McMahan, C.D., and Westneat, M.W. (2017). "Dirt-sifting Devilfish: Winnowing in the geophagine cichlid Satanoperca daemon and evolutionary implications." Zoomorphology. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00435-016-0335-6
Quantitative color profiling of digital images with earth mover’s distance using the R package colordistance
Published in PeerJ, 2019
Methods paper for
colordistance, an R package for comparative color analysis.
Recommended citation: Weller, H.I., and Westneat, M.W. (2019). "Quantitative color profiling of digital images with earth mover’s distance using the R package colordistance." PeerJ. https://peerj.com/articles/6398/
Published in Journal of Experimental Biology, 2019
X-ray recordings with marked food and cranial bones show how sharks swallow food.
Recommended citation: van Meer, N.M., Weller, H.I., Manafzadeh, A.R., Kaczmarek, E.B., Scott, B., Gussekloo, S.W.S, Wilga, C.D., Brainerd, E.B., and Camp, A.L. (2019). "Intra-oropharyngeal food transport and swallowing in white-spotted bamboo sharks." Journal of Experimental Biology. https://doi.org/10.1242/jeb.201426