Kristin Charles completed an undergraduate research project with me and Dr. Dan Portik when we were all at the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology. She collected genetic and phenotypic data from sky island, land-bridge island, and lowland rainforest populations of African leaf-folding frogs to investigate diversity and divergence across the Afrixalus paradorsalis species complex in Central Africa. Her newly accepted paper is: Charles, Kristin L., Bell, Rayna C., Blackburn, David C., Burger, Marius, Fujita, Matthew K., Jongsma, Gregory F.M., Leaché, Adam D., Portik, Daniel M. 2018. Sky, land-bridge, and forest islands: diversification in the African leaf-folding frog Afrixalus paradorsalis (Anura: Hyperoliidae) of Lower Guinea. Journal of Biogeography doi.org/10.1111/jbi.13365. Congratulations, Kristin!