Moses is primarily interested in phylogeography of amphibians, evolution of call structure in anurans, and using genetic tools to investigate the process of speciation.  He is working to add method to the madness of his ideas, and rapidly being tempted into the world of programming.  Moses has worked with reptiles and amphibians across the United States and in Costa Rica.   He has been bitten by salamanders, dive-bombed by parachuting frogs, and detained by the department of homeland security - all in the name of herpetological research.  For more information and fun frog photos check out his webpage.