Robert J. "Bob" Nuelle, Jr.

Robert J. "Bob" Nuelle, Jr.

Spring Texas 77388

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Published on Dec 12, 2015

Hemileuca peigleiri is flying

We were notified last week that the 1st adults of the Hemileuca peigleiri population in Calhoun County were observed by Petra Hockey and John Karges of The Nature Conservancy. This is exciting news...

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Published on Sep 01, 2015

Status Update

We have been really excited this last month. We have managed to accomplish several important milestones. I would like to take the time to update you on these accomplishments.1) We published our fir...

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Published on Jul 06, 2015

The next steps

We have been using the funds from this project to assist us in getting the much needed field and lab equipment to assist us in these ongoing studies. Our first paper is coming along nicely. To hono...

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Published on Jun 15, 2015

SUCCESS -- Thanks to you we got funded!

Next Steps:That was an amazing 6 weeks and I greatly appreciate everything to get this project funded. The support of our great backers means further progress on this project. We have big plans to ...

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Published on Jun 15, 2015

The Next steps - Backers Private Lab Note

That was an amazing 6 weeks and I greatly appreciate everything that you all did to get this project funded. Your support means further progress on this project. We have big plans to make maximum a...

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I would love to see construction updates!! Congratulations again.
Mar 18, 2016
How Insects and Bacteria Can Solve Murder Mysteries
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Thats just Bee Utiful! And you passed with FLY ing colors!!!
Mar 15, 2016
How Insects and Bacteria Can Solve Murder Mysteries
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Fantastic News!!! Congratulations to the entire team! What a win for SHSU, the Researchers and forensic scientists everywhere!
Mar 15, 2016
How Insects and Bacteria Can Solve Murder Mysteries
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Congratulations - let's get the word out!
Mar 11, 2016
How Insects and Bacteria Can Solve Murder Mysteries
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Good luck! I did this in 2015 and it was a wonderful experience! Experiment.com is awesome! All the best! Robert Nuelle Jr Research Associate in Entomology at Sam Houston State Natural History Collections
Mar 04, 2016
How Insects and Bacteria Can Solve Murder Mysteries
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My project got funded so I will help you with yours, however I can
Mar 04, 2016
How Insects and Bacteria Can Solve Murder Mysteries
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Dear Mr. Hale: There is a known population of Hemileuca maia that occurs in your area. These moths are quite similar to the moths depicted above in this study but fly at a slightly different time. They are genetically and morphologically different from the Hemileuca peigleiri that we study. In the future if you see flights like this in your area we would love to obtain some samples for DNA analysis. Obtaining moths for DNA analysis is not difficult all. It requires that you place the moth in some small container, that is clean, like a pill bottle and then place the container in a freezer until you can contact us to ship it. I would love to see the photos that you took and we appreciate your reaching out to us. I can be reached at the following email address bob.nuelle.jr@Gmail.com. Thank you again for your comment we look forward to hearing from you.
Dec 12, 2015
How has a Hemileuca moth evolved to live in a unique coastal Texas ecosystem?
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So wonderful of you to join with us! Thank you so much we are working hard to get this research completed. We appreciate your assistance!
May 04, 2015
How has a Hemileuca moth evolved to live in a unique coastal Texas ecosystem?
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Thank you so much Dr. Gupta! We appreciate your support.
May 03, 2015
How has a Hemileuca moth evolved to live in a unique coastal Texas ecosystem?
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Your vision extends beyond the magnificent photos that you take -- you are an inspiration - a man of both words and actions. Thank you so much for your support
May 01, 2015
How has a Hemileuca moth evolved to live in a unique coastal Texas ecosystem?
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Thank you so much -- we are off to a great start and your support is greatly appreciated!
May 01, 2015
How has a Hemileuca moth evolved to live in a unique coastal Texas ecosystem?
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We so greatly appreciate your family. Thank you so much for your generous backing. Please be sure to stay in touch to see the progress we make! Our best to you and Nop and Evalyn.
May 01, 2015
How has a Hemileuca moth evolved to live in a unique coastal Texas ecosystem?
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