Unexpected absence of island endemics: Long-distance dispersal in higher latitude sub-Antarctic Siphonaria (Gastropoda: Euthyneura) species

first_imgAim We assess biogeographical patterns, population structure and the range of species in the pulmonate genus Siphonaria across the sub‐Antarctic. We hypothesized that locally endemic cryptic species will be found across the distribution of these direct‐developing limpets in the sub‐Antarctic. Location The sub‐Antarctic coasts of the Southern Ocean including South America, the Falkland/Malvinas, South Georgia, Kerguelen and Macquarie Islands. Methods Multi‐locus phylogenetic reconstructions, mtDNA time‐calibrated divergence time estimations and population‐based analyses of Siphonaria populations were used at the scale of the Southern Ocean. Results We resolve two widely distributed lineages of Siphonaria (S. lateralis and S. fuegiensis) across the sub‐Antarctic. MtDNA divergence time estimates suggest that they were separated around 4.0 Ma (3.0 to 8.0 Ma). Subsequently both species followed different evolutionary pathways across their distributions. Low levels of genetic diversity characterize the populations of both species, reflecting the role of Quaternary glacial cycles during their respective demographic histories, suggesting high levels of dispersal among geographically distant localities. Main conclusions Siphonaria lateralis and S. fuegiensis constitute sister and broadly co‐distributed species across the sub‐Antarctic. Unexpected transoceanic similarities and low levels of genetic diversity in both these direct‐developing species imply recurrent recolonization processes through long‐distance dispersal to isolated sub‐Antarctic islands. For such groups of Southern Ocean invertebrates, rafting may be more effective for long‐distance dispersal than a free‐living planktotrophic larval stage. This biogeographical model may explain why many marine species lacking a dispersal phase exhibit broad distributions, low genetic diversity and low population structure over thousands of kilometres.last_img read more


Utah Men’s Basketball Hosts Oregon State Thursday

first_img Tags: Oregon State Men’s Basketball/Utah Men’s Basketball Brad James Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSALT LAKE CITY-Thursday, Utah men’s basketball (9-3) hosts Oregon State (10-2) as the Utes and Beavers commence their Pac-12 slate against each other at the Huntsman Center.In his 9th season at the helm of the Utes’ program, Larry Krystkowiak (164-114, .590; 206-134, .606)  has led Utah to wins over Kentucky, Minnesota and BYU. These stellar wins promise to bolster the Utes’ NCAA Tournament resume provided they have a successful conference season as well.Utah scores 79.3 points per game, which ranks them 45th nationally in scoring offense.Rising star, sophomore forward Timmy Allen (21 points, 7.4 rebounds per game) leads the Utes in both scoring and rebounding on the season.Sophomore guard Both Gach (11.6 points, 3.7 rebounds per game) and freshman guard Rylan Jones (11.1 points per game, team bests in assists [55] and steals [13]) each score in double figures this season on-average for the Utes as well.Freshman center Branden Carlson leads the Utes with 9 blocked shots on the season.Utah surrenders 69.3 points per game. This ranks the Utes 193rd nationally in scoring defense.The Beavers are coached by Wayne Tinkle, who is 85-85 (.500) in his sixth season at the helm of the program at Corvallis, Ore. He is 243-176 (.580) as a collegiate head coach. Incidentally, both Tinkle and Krystkowiak commenced their collegiate head coaching careers at Montana after starring for the Grizzlies on the hardwood.The Beavers score 78.4 points per game, which ranks them 54th nationally in scoring offense.Oregon State is led by senior forward Tres Tinkle (20.4 points, 7.3 rebounds per game, a team-best 24 steals) who, like Allen, leads his squad in both scoring and rebounds.Junior guard Ethan Thompson (15.8 points, 4.7 rebounds per game, a team-best 56 assists) and senior forward Kylor Kelley (11.7 points, 4.6 rebounds per game, a team-best 52 blocked shots [2nd nationally]) also score in double figures on-average for Oregon State. Kelley also ranks second nationally in blocked shots per game (4.33 blocks per game).By virtue of Kelley’s heroics, the Beavers are tied for 14th nationally in blocked shots (77) with Auburn.Oregon State surrenders 65.3 points per game which ranks the Beavers 102nd nationally in scoring defense.The Utes lead the Beavers 18-13 all-time including a 13-2 mark at Salt Lake City in the series. Krystkowiak is 6-6 all-time against Oregon State. December 31, 2019 /Sports News – Local Utah Men’s Basketball Hosts Oregon State Thursdaylast_img read more


Snow Misses Free Throws Late At SLCC

first_img Tags: Snow Basketball FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailTAYLORSVILLE, Utah-The Badgers went 9-of-24 from the free-throw line and failed to convert the front end of a number of one-and-one opportunities on Thursday, falling to league leading Salt Lake C.C., 87-77.“We’ve got to hit our free throws,” head coach Rob Nielsen said. “We missed too many tonight.”Despite the missed free throws, Snow College kept the game close throughout, tieing the game three different times in the first half. In the second half, the Badgers fell behind by 14 points, but cut that lead down to just two points with just over seven minutes to go when Trey Farrer collected two of his team-leading 22 points. One minute later Tyler Boyack hit one of two free throws to cut the lead to one with 6:44 remaining.Statistically, the Badgers outscored SLCC, 19-17, on points off turnovers, and, 32-30, off points in the paint; however, the Bruins outscored the Badgers 8-0 on fast-break points and 7-6 on second-chance points.“We didn’t stick to our game plan very well tonight,” Nielson said. “When we stuck to our plan, we were fine. Our sophomores have to step up. We’ll have a chance to regroup and we’ll see if they can respond on Saturday night against Southern Idaoho.Farrer led the Badgers with 22 points on the night, connecting on 10-of-13 shots from the field. Sophomore Darrian Nebeker was credited with 18 points on 6-of-10 shooting. Brantzen Blackner and Tredyn Christensen each had six rebounds.Now 11-12 on the season and 2-3 in conference play, the Badgers will return to Ephraim on Saturday to take on Southern Idaho. Game time is set for 5 p.m. Snow dropped a 65-59 decision in Twin Falls last Saturday. The Golden Eagles are coming off a 67-61 loss at USU Eastern on Thursday night. Snow, CSI, and USUE are all tied for second place in the Scenic West standings with a 2-3 record. Written by January 24, 2020 /Sports News – Local Snow Misses Free Throws Late At SLCC Brad Jameslast_img read more


Texas Rangers to reopen stadium at full capacity despite COVID-19 case numbers

first_imgApril 5, 2021 /Sports News – National Texas Rangers to reopen stadium at full capacity despite COVID-19 case numbers Beau Lund Written bycenter_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail33ft/iStockBy Ivan Pereira, ABC News(ARLINGTON, Texas) — The Texas Rangers are scheduled to make a bold move for their home opener Monday that has some medical experts and President Joe Biden concerned.Globe Life Field in Arlington will be the first Major League Baseball stadium to reopen at full capacity — roughly 40,000 seats — since the pandemic began. The move comes a month after Texas Gov. Greg Abbott ended the state’s mask mandate and asked businesses to reopen fully, citing declining COVID-19 cases and vaccination numbers.In a statement released on March 10, Neil Leibman, the team’s president of business operations, said the Rangers were encouraged by the governor’s orders and were taking measures to ensure fans were safe, including requiring masks, except for while eating.Following Monday’s home opener, the stadium will have sections that allow fans to watch with “distanced seating.”“We will continue to monitor developments and implement the necessary public health measures,” Leibman said in a statement.The Houston Astros, Texas’ other MLB team, will only be operating at 50% of Minute Maid Park’s roughly 41,000 seat capacity for April. The stadium will also require masks for fans when they’re not eating.Dr. Emily Landon, an associate professor of medicine at the University of Chicago, told ABC News last month that baseball and other outdoor sports provide better protection for crowds than indoor arenas, since it’s harder for air particles to linger.While she said the decision by MLB teams to reopen their games to fans was safe, she warned that the Rangers’ full capacity reopening was riskier, due to the sheer number of people crowded together.The country is still seeing thousands of cases a day, particularly from the virus variants, Landon noted.“You don’t know who is going to come in with COVID-19,” she told ABC News.Biden weighed in on the Rangers’ plans during an interview with ESPN last week, calling the move “not responsible.”“They should listen to Dr. [Anthony] Fauci, the scientists and the experts. But I think it’s not responsible,” the president said.Biden warned about potential surges, citing the jumps in European nations that have reopened, and reiterated that vaccinations need to increase before businesses can reopen fully.“We have to get to the point where enough people have taken the vaccinel, so we diminish the possibility for it to spread,” he said.The seven-day average of new daily cases in Texas has decreased from 7,693 to 3,667 between March 1 and April 1, according to the state’s health department. As of Sunday, 28% of Texas residents have received one vaccine dose, and 16% are fully vaccinated, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.Nationally, about 32% of adults have received one shot, and roughly 18% are fully vaccinated, according to the CDC.Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more


Cooper Energy to shut down Sole gas project to investigate production

first_img Cooper Energy (COE) will close its Sole gas project for nine days as it investigates the Orbost Gas Processing plant’s performance. (Credit: Pixabay/gloriaurban4) Australian firm Cooper Energy has announced that it will close its Sole gas project for nine days as it investigates the plant’s performance.The company said that it will shut-down the Orbost Gas Processing plant plant for nearly nine days to inspect, conduct maintenance and complete minor modifications within the sulphur recovery unit.The shut-down is expected to commence in the coming daysThe closing of the plant is expected to begin in the coming days.Located in water depths ranging between 120m and 130m in the Gippsland Basin, the gas field lies 65km away from the onshore Orbost Gas Processing Plant.Owned by APA Group, the Orbost Gas Plant has been undergoing an extensive upgrade with an investment of A$250m ($177.5m). It will have the capacity to produce 68TJ/day, once all construction work is completed.Production at the field is expected to increase gradually as the final commissioning phase progress towards completion, Cooper Energy noted.The gas will be supplied to customers in south-east Australia.Concluding the plant’s commissioning will allow the company to commence the field’s term supply contracts and start processing tariff payments by Cooper Energy to APA Group.In a statement, Cooper Energy stated: “Sales gas has been sourced from both of the Sole-3 and Sole-4 production wells. Reservoir and well performance and raw gas specification have been consistent with expectations.“Daily sales gas production rates have ranged between 20 to 25 terajoules (TJ) for most of the past 14 days. This represents an increase of more than 139% to Cooper Energy’s net daily production of approximately 14 TJ/day from its other gas operation, Casino Henry, for the March quarter 2020.”According to Cooper Energy, rates achieved have currently not met the 68 TJ a day required by the plant production test.“Cooper Energy, APA and its technology partner are working collaboratively to identify and resolve issues complete commissioning,” the company added.The company will update the market on the progress once developments occur. The company has not yet met the 68 TJ daily production rate required by the plant production testlast_img read more


Mavis Staples & Jeff Tweedy Perform New Song On ‘The Late Show’

first_imgRecently, Mavis Staples announced that she’d be hitting the road with Bob Dylan and shortly after announced that she had a new album on the way called If All I Was Was Black. The forthcoming record from the gospel and rhythm-and-blues singer was written and produced by Jeff Tweedy, Wilco’s frontman and Staples’ frequent collaborator (Tweedy has previously led the production of Staples’ 2010 and 2013 albums, You Are Not Alone and One True Vine, respectively). In early September, Staples announced If All I Was Was Black, pairing the announcement with the release of the project’s first single and title track.Bob Dylan Adds Run Of 5 New York City Shows To 2017 Fall Tour With Mavis StaplesYesterday, Staples has released yet another track off her upcoming collaboration with Jeff Tweedy, the tune “Build A Bridge”. This newest single was similarly written and produced by Tweedy, drawing out empathetic ties to a mutual reality. “When I say my life matters,” she croons, “You can say yours does too/ But I betcha never have to remind anyone/ To look at it from your point of view.” Mavis’s lyrics and vocals compliment a bowl of percussion, acute bass, and a singing guitar in the new “Build A Bridge”, driving home the message of the upcoming album If All I Was Was Black.Tom Waits Surprise Guests With Mavis Staples For His First Live Performance In Two Years [Videos]In celebration of the new release and the forthcoming album, If All I Was Was Black, Staples and Tweedy performed “Build A Bridge” live on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night. Watch the performance below:You can take a listen to Mavis Staples’ studio version of “Build A Bridge” off If All I Was Was Black below.Mavis Staples is currently on the road with Bob Dylan for the rest of November. See their tour dates below.November 10 Richmond, VA—ColiseumNovember 11 Philadelphia, PA—Tower TheatreNovember 12 Philadelphia, PA—Tower TheatreNovember 14 Washington, DC—The AnthemNovember 16 Boston, MA—Agannis ArenaNovember 20 New York, NY—Beacon TheatreNovember 21 New York, NY—Beacon TheatreNovember 22 New York, NY—Beacon TheatreNovember 24 New York, NY—Beacon TheatreNovember 25 New York, NY—Beacon Theatrelast_img read more


Greensky Bluegrass Welcomes Tom Hamilton, Turkuaz Members At Red Rocks Finale [Video/Audio]

first_imgLoad remaining images Over the weekend, Greensky Bluegrass headed to the famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, laying out two stellar shows at the natural amphitheatre. Following a memorable Saturday performance featuring guest appearances by Joel Cummins (Umphrey’s McGee), members of The California Honeydrops, and more, Greensky continued to impress with a top-notch Sunday show.On Sunday, the group welcomed out Joe Russo’s Almost Dead and Ghost Light guitarist Tom Hamilton, plus members of supporting act Turkuaz to finish out the weekend. Guido Batista and Keith Kinnear also returned during the start of Sunday’s first set, with the duo adding in woodblock ornaments during the show-opening “Fixing To Ruin”. The Turkuaz horns—composed of Chris Brouwers, Greg Sanderson, and Josh Schwartz—first appeared during the first set’s “Miss September”, and Greensky Bluegrass ran through the tune and the following “Bring Out Your Dead” with the added horn trio.“Miss September” > “Bring Out Your Dead” Photo: Bill McAlaine [Video: Jenn Cornelison]For a full list of Greensky Bluegrass’s upcoming shows, head to the band’s website.Setlist: Greensky Bluegrass | Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO | 9/23/2018Set 1: Fixing to Ruin (1)(2), Windshield (3), Broken Highways, Courage for the Road, Hold On, Road to Nowhere, Hit Parade of Love, Miss September (4), Before Bring Out Your Dead (4) > Bring Out Your Dead (4), Run or DieSet 2: I’d Probably Kill You (5), Cry Holy, All 4 (6) > Ain’t No Bread in the Breadbox (6), Demons, Wings for Wheels, Leap Year (7) > Rocket Man (7) > Leap Year (7)Encore: KeroseneNotes: (1) – w/ Guido Batista (woodblock) | (2) – w/ Keith Kinnear (woodblock) | (3) – Harpua tease | (4) – w/ Chris Brouwers, Greg Sanderson, Josh Schwartz (horns) | (5) – Lyric change “pretty sure Billy Strings was in there” | (6) – w/ Tom Hamilton | (7) – w/ Sami Garret, Shira Elias, Dave Brandwein, Josh Schwartz, Chris Brouwers, and Greg SandersonGreensky Bluegrass | Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO | 9/23/2018 | Photo: Bill McAlaine [Video: Kyle Isaac]During set two, the band opened with “I’d Probably Kill You” and “Holy Cry” before welcoming out Tom Hamilton for “All Four”. Hamilton also added his electric guitar stylings for “Ain’t No Bread In The Breadbox” before leaving Greensky to perform “Demons” and “Wings For Wheels” on their own. To close out Sunday’s second set, Greensky Bluegrass closed with a “Leap Year” sandwich housing Elton John‘s “Rocket Man”, which saw the Turkuaz horns return to the stage in addition to Turkuaz vocalists Sammi Garret, Shira Elias, and Dave Brandwein.“All Four” > “Ain’t No Bread In The Breadbox” with Tom Hamilton[Video: Kyle Isaac] “Rocket Man” with Turkuaz Memberslast_img read more


Circle K serves community beyond

first_imgSaint Mary’s Circle K chapter participates in weekly community service projects that serve the South Bend community, from tutoring and providing meals at the South Bend Center for the Homeless, to working with the St. Vincent de Paul Society and hosting a variety of events for The Sisters of the Holy Cross Covenant located on the Saint Mary’s Campus.Junior Jaclyn Voltz, president of Circle K, said the organization, sponsored by Kiwanis International, chooses volunteer projects based on certain goals.“Circle K clubs focus on the three tenets of service, fellowship and leadership,” she said.Voltz said the goal of the club is to give back to the South Bend community.“Service is the heart of Saint Mary’s College Circle K,” she said. “We are dedicated to providing a variety of service opportunities that reflect the interests of our members and the needs of the South Bend community.“There are service projects each week varying in date, time, length and focus. Our projects span a wide range of interests including children, education, healthcare, elderly, hunger, housing, animal care and environmental issues.”Voltz said one of the club’s regular activities is assisting nuns at the Sisters of the Holy Cross Convent on campus.“Every Thursday from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Circle K volunteers go to the Sisters of the Holy Cross Convent to socialize with the nuns and provide activities for the sisters – game show nights, craft projects, Notre Dame football tailgate parties, bingo and social nights,” she said.“The sisters truly appreciate the company and have so many incredible stories to share. Circle K members are also active at the Center for the Homeless preparing and serving meals.”Kathleen Dunn, a first year student and Circle K member, said she enjoys volunteering with the club because the activities are “creative.”“During the fall semester we hosted a milkshake and Pictionary night, as well as a reverse Trick or Treat session for the sisters. … Volunteering with Circle K at the convent is a great way to connect with women who have lived adventurous and meaningful lives. They have a lot to teach us.”According to the Circle K website, upcoming events include the Hannah & Friends Karaoke Night and the Chicago March for Babies, a walk that will take place on the lakefront trail in Chicago on April 26.For those interested in joining the club, the group meets weekly on Monday nights at 8:00 p.m. in the Le Mans Hall basement, according to the Circle K website.last_img read more


Hurricane highlights

first_imgRemnants of three September hurricanes that ravaged Floridabrought areas in Georgia up to 8 inches of rain and 58mile-per-hour winds, according to data collected by the University ofGeorgia.The UGA Automated Environmental Monitoring Network is a networkof 60 weather stations across the state. The stations monitordaily rainfall and wind speeds and much more.Each station monitors air and soil temperature, relativehumidity, solar radiation, air pressure and wind direction. Theinformation is updated at least hourly and posted to thenetwork’s Web site (www.Georgiaweather.net). Over a half a foot of rainAccording to AEMN data, Frances brought the most rain to southGeorgia towns. The most rain from Frances fell on Tifton, wherethe system recorded 6.8 inches. The storm brought 6.4 inches toMcRae, 6.2 to Nahunta, 5.8 to Vidalia and 5.2 to Camilla andAlbany.The AEMN stations show that Ivan’s greatest rainfallconcentrations fell on central and north Georgia. Ellijay got themost rain (7.8 inches), while Alpharetta had 5.7 inches, Dunwoody5.5 and Georgetown 5.1. Atlanta had 4.1 inches from Ivan, andmetro-area cities like Griffin (4.4) and Duluth (4.3) got a bitmore.Jeanne brought 8.2 inches of rainfall to the south Georgia townof Homerville. Alapaha recorded 6.4 inches, Tifton 6.0 andJeffersonville recorded 5.7 inches. In central Georgia, Eatontonhad 5.6. Atlanta had 4.3.UGA professor Gerrit Hoogenboom said the AEMN weather stationsuse a much more sophisticated collecting system than backyardrain gauges.”Each weather site has a rain collecting cup that collectsone-hundredth of an inch of rain and then tips to empty,”Hoogenboom said. “The computer system records each tip todetermine how much rain fell on a given day at each site.” Winds up to 58 mphThe tropical weather systems Georgians endured also brought highwinds.Frances brought the strongest. AEMN-recorded wind speeds were58.3 mph in Cairo, 54.7 in Attapulgus, 49.3 in Vidalia and 47.5in Dixie, Dublin and Tifton.Ivan’s winds appeared strongest in north Georgia, where thesystem recorded winds at 56.5 mph in Atlanta, 52.9 inGainesville, 49.3 in Blairsville and 47.5 in Williamson.The last September storm, Jeanne, brought winds of 54.7 mph toCamilla, 52.9 to Albany, 49.3 to Alapaha and 47.6 to Atlanta.Attapulgus, Fort Valley and Tifton tied with 45.8 mph winds.Tropical weather systems are defined in part by the wind speedsthey produce, said State Climatologist David Stooksbury.”A tropical storm is one that has maximum sustained surface windspeeds between 39 and 73 mph. And a hurricane’s maximum sustainedwinds are 74 mph or more,” he said. “A tropical depression hasmaximum sustained surface wind speeds of 38 mph or less.”center_img Floods often the resultStooksbury says the damage a storm can cause is more importantthan what it’s technically called.”Alberto, in 1994, wasn’t a hurricane, but it totally flooded theFlint River Basin and caused a tremendous amount of damage,”Stooksbury said. “The take-home message in Georgia is theflooding these storms can cause.”The UGA weather network was developed in 1991. It’s thebrainchild of Hoogenboom, a faculty member with the UGA Collegeof Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.Hoogenboom’s original goal was to have one station at each ofUGA’s nine agricultural experiment stations. Thirteen years and60 weather stations later, Hoogenboom now hopes to eventuallyhave a station in every county.”The first weather stations were installed for UGA scientists touse for their research,” Hoogenboom said. “Now, every day we’rehearing of new, unique ways people are using the real-timeweather data we collect, from helping predict propane demand tohelping farmers know the right time to apply chemical controls.”last_img read more


Illuzzi statement lays out reasons for fixing UI Trust Fund now

first_imgVermont’s Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund has been operating in a deficit since January. The federal government is lending the state money – at zero percent – since that time. Estimates are that before the economy recovers and the UI fund begins to recover on its own as fewer and fewer people file unemployment claims, the UI fund deficit could reach $300 million or more. While the federal government ensures that unemployment compensation is paid, there is also no guarantee that the federal government will continue to loan states money interest free.Everyone in Montpelier agrees that the UI Trust Fund is in the red now because it was underfunded for many years when the economy was doing well. Once the recession hit, the fund was quickly drained. But not everyone agrees on how to fix the problem. There is some consensus that employers will have to pitch in more and that beneficiaries will have to receive less. But that notion is not universal. Given the difficult time legislators are having trying to balance the General Fund budget, they have had a difficult time also securing a solution to the UI fund deficit. State Senator Vince Illuzzi, chairman of the Economic Development, Housing & General Affairs Committee, is urging action this legislative session before the situation gets worse.Statement Of Senator Vince IlluzziUnemployment Insurance Trust FundPress ConferenceThursday, April 15, 2010One of the most important issues that must be resolved before the General Assembly adjourns is fixing the bankrupt Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund.It’s a priority for the 23,800 employers who support the system. If we fail to act, Vermont employers will face additional and otherwise unnecessary penalty payroll taxes.It’s a priority for all Vermonters who depend on state programs and services. If we as a state are forced by inaction to spend even more money to pay interest on the additional money we must borrow from the federal government, that means we will need to further cut state programs and services or raise taxes. Both options are unacceptable.Every legislator and the Governor need to ensure that this issue is addressed this year in a meaningful and substantive way. We can’t afford to kick the can down the road for a second year in a row.If the General Fund was expected to be in the red to the tune of $284 million, there would be alarm bells going off all over the place. A crisis mentality would set in. The same alarms should be going off with regarding to the UI trust fund.Any time you have any state program expected to run almost $300 million in the red – in this case regarding a state program that is already bankrupt – it’s clear that immediate action is warranted on the part of all the key players. We have a crisis in the Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund.The businesses that are represented by the organizations whose leaders are with me today are prepared to step up to the plate and do their part to fix the problem. They know that paying more now will avoid paying even more later.My committee has made the first volley on this issue in the form of S. 290, a bill that is tough on everyone. Like any bill that is introduced, it’s a starting point with a few controversial provisions. There’s something in that bill for everyone to hate.Since the time that this press conference was planned earlier this week, I understand a meeting is now scheduled between the Governor, the Speaker and the President Pro Tem. That’s positive news, and I hope the next step in moving this issue forward in a meaningful way toward a substantive resolution in the next few weeks.Thank you.Source: State Senator Illuzzi, R-Essex-Orleans.-30-last_img read more