Diana Jolles


Tommy Stoughton

Dr. Diana Jolles, Assistant Professor of Botany, Biological Sciences Department, Plymouth State University. She is currently investigating the genetic and geographic patterns of (1) Cypripedium acaule Aiton (Orchid family) lineages in northern New England, (2) Eastern North American and neotropical Chimaphila (Heath family), and (3) hybridization in Californian Pyrola picta  and P. aphylla. Dr. Jolles teaches courses in general biology, botany, plants & society, and phylogenetics at PSU.

Dr. Tommy Stoughton, Research Faculty, Biological Sciences Dept. and Center for the Environment, Plymouth State University. Dr. Stoughton’s current research is focused on phylogenomics of polyploid plant lineages growing in and around the Great Basin, and biogeographic patterns of bolete species complexes growing in New England, including Harrya chromapes (Boletaceae), the yellowfoot bolete, a primarily eastern North American species that also occurs in Costa Rica and China.