Parasite ecology cartoon feedback

The main goal of this blog is to communicate recent symbiont ecology science to people in the field and to students and non-scientists outside of the field. Judging by the feedback that I’ve received already, the cartoons that accompany (most of) my posts are one of the main draws for scientists visiting the blog. They’re also the most important selling point for educators using my posts in their classes and other educational material. I have a few years of cartoon experimenting under my belt, but it is still difficult to guess which cartoons will be crowd pleasers. So, if you’re a regular visitor and/or you’re an educator using my cartoons for educational purposes, I’d greatly appreciate it if you could take a moment to give me some cartoon feedback. Thank you in advance!

First, you can visit last week’s post and vote on the best parasite ecology cartoon from 2015. I really use that feedback to think about what kinds of cartoons to make in the future.

Second, you can post in the comments of shoot me an email to tell me what you like and/or what could be improved to make my cartoons more accessible to students.

One recent experiment has been embedding movie/TV references in my cartoons. The downside of this is that not everyone will get all of the references. (I fear I’m getting old….) Stay tuned next week for my best and most timely movie reference yet!

Forrest Gump

forrestgump

House, MD

Finch

Home Improvement

CaterpillarsTimandWilson

Terminator

hastalavista

Monty Python and the Holy Grail

bringoutyerdead

Fringe

FliesFromanAlternateHost

300

SpartantsvsPersiants

2 thoughts on “Parasite ecology cartoon feedback

  1. I’m using the one “host plant is always greener on the other side” in my class on plant-animal interactions. I may pick up others.
    Thanks!

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