Jason Bond

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Jason E. Bond is a professor of biology and director of the Biodiversity Learning Center at Auburn University.[1] When he was an associate professor with the Department of Biology at East Carolina University, he discovered the trapdoor spider Myrmekiaphila neilyoungi and numerous other species in the genus Aptostichus.[2] He went to undergraduate school at Western Carolina University, majoring in biology in 1993. He then went to receive his M.S. in Biology (1995) and Ph.D. in Evolutionary Systematics and Genetics (1999) from Virginia Tech.[1]

On August 6, 2008, Bond appeared on The Colbert Report,[3] where he named the spider Aptostichus stephencolberti after host Stephen Colbert.

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