Graduate Field Course in Rainforest Research
(BIO384K)

Student Research Web Pages

The following table lists the study organisms and research topics of recent or current student researchers at Sirena.

Erika Deinert
deinert@cro.ots.ac.cr
UT Austin butterflies sexual selection in pupal mating Heliconius
Charles Foerster
CRFoerster@aol.com
Universidad Nacional, C.R. tapirs foraging behavior and habitat utilization
Nelson Guda
nels@mail.utexas.edu
UT Austin frogs evolution of communication and sexual selection
Kate LeVering
krlevering@facstaff.wisc.edu
UT Austin frogs evolution of distress calls
Peter Sherman
U Mich, Ann Arbor crabs faunal control of plant diversity and nutrient cycling
Karen Warkentin
UT Austin frogs predation and life histories
David Westcott
davidw@tfrc.csiro.au
CSIRO-Tropical Forest Research Centre
Atherton Qld, Australia
birds
Ana Washington U
St. Louis
Aechmea
Marcus Kronforst UT Austin butterflies
Carla Guthrie UT Austin beetles
Nicole Gerardo UT Austin
Monica Swartz UT Austin army ants

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1 May 2002
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