Students of the Hendry Lab

Hendry Lab

Allegra Pearce

Repeatability of structure within populations of the Trinidadian guppy

I study the repeatability of community structure in the Trinidadian Guppy System.

I investigate the relationship between individuals within a population, and how that changes over time. This repeatability of observations may have important implications for the conclusions we draw from within this system.

To know more, visit Allegra's research website

Allegra Pearce
Image by Allegra Pearce.

I studied marine and freshwater biology at the University of Guelph before coming to McGill to pursue a master's in biology.

I love fish and being outdoors, and I'm excited to continue to research aquatic systems!

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