Erin and I worked together from the summer 2016 through spring 2018. Erin assisted in preserving and cataloging insect specimens for the University of Montana insect collection and the Emlen Lab research collection. Eventually Erin developed interest in the reproductive morphology of frog legged beetles and constructed a project investigation the structure and function of their sex patch (sensitive hairs on the abdomen). Erin is currently the head of animal care at the Missoula Butterfly House and Insectarium.
Jude and I worked with each other during the summer of 2016. Together, we visited the University of Montana vertebrate collection to measure how different types of traits scale with body size across taxa. This work later became part of a much larger study, which was recently accepted in Animal Behaviour.
Sarah and I worked started working with each other in the spring of 2014 and, as of summer 2018, are still collaborating. Sarah and I initially worked together on bits of my PhD project. Eventually, however, Sarah developed her own, independent research project surrounding the coloration of the frog legged beetles. Sarah continues her work on the evolution of complex animal colors in as a PhD student in Duke's Johnsen Lab.