Jules Wyman

Undergraduate Researcher
Jules Wyman

I am a sophomore from Tucson, Arizona. Growing up hiking and camping in the Southwestern United States and northern Mexico exposed me to the wonders of the natural world from a young age, and I have been a reptile and amphibian enthusiast for as long as I can remember. In addition to searching for snakes and frogs, I love birdwatching and spending time with my younger sister.

In the lab, I am working with Nora Moskowitz to investigate the diet of the diablito poison frog (Oophaga sylvatica), and the links between diet and the diablito's toxicity.