Previous Ph.D Students:
. 1974. Cosponsor with S. Glickman, Department of Psychology. The
role of individual odors in the social interactions of the mongolian gerbil
(Merones unguiculatus). 1974. (Current position: Professor, Department of
Leslie Johnson. The role of
agonistic behavior in the foraging strategies of Trigona bees. 1974. (Current
position: Research Scientist,
Marjorie Reaka. The ecology
and evolution of molting, life history patterns, and agonistic behavior in
stomatopod crustaceans. 1975. (Current position: Professor, Department of
Robert Jackson. The evolution
of courtship and mating tactics in a jumping spider Phidippus johnsoni
(Araneae, Salticidae). 1976. (Current position: Professor, Department of
Nancy Knowlton. The behavior
and ecology of the commensal shrimp Alphaeus armatus, and a model for the
relationship between female choice, female synchrony, and male parental care.
1978. (Current position: Professor, Scripps)
Marea Hatziolos. Ecological
correlates of aggression and courtship in the stomatopod Pseudosquilla
ciliata. 1979. (Current position: Coastal Marine Resources Management
Specialist, The World Bank,
Kenneth Evans. Migration and
reproduction in northern
field populations of the milkweed
bug, Oncopeltus fasciatus. 1982. (High school biology teacher)
Kay Holekamp (Cosponsor with
S. Glickman, Department of Psychology). Proximal mechanisms of natal
dispersal in Belding's Ground Squirrel Spermophilus beldingi. 1983. (Current
position: Associate Professor of Zoology,
Richard Steger. The behavioral
ecology of a Panamanian population of the stomatopod, Gonodactylus bredini
(Manning). 1985. (Current position: Director of Biological Research and
co-owner, Pai Moana Trading Corporation (black pearl culture),
Ilze Berzins. An investigation
of the population dynamics, reproductive ecology, and resource utilization
patterns of a guild of sand-burrowing amphipods, genus Orchestoidea. 1985.
(Current position:Curator of animal health and research at the Florida
Aquarium in Tampa of Florida Aquarium)
Stephen Shuster. Reproductive
biology of Paracerceis sculpta (Crustacea: Isopoda). 1987. (Current position:
University of Northern
Eldridge Adams. Aggression in
a mangrove community of neotropical ants. 1987. (Current position: Associate
George Roderick. Ecology and
evolution of dispersal in
populations of a salt marsh insect,
Prokelisia marginata. 1987. (Current position: Associate Professor,
Nanette Chadwick. Competitive
behavior and spatial distribution in a community of temperate anthozoans.
1988. (Current position: Associate Professor,
and Interuniversity Institute for
Charles Fox. Quantitative
genetics of host plant specializations in seed beetles, 1993. (Current
position: Associate Professor,
Margy Gassell. The behavioral
ecology of two sympatric species of snapping shrimps in
lobidens, 1994. (Current position:
Hazardous substances scientist, California Environmental Protection Agency).
Leif Saul. The ontogeny of
agonistic behavior and ecology of immature jumping spiders (Phiddipus
johnsoni), 1994. (Current position: software engineer, CleverMedia)
Mary Cheng. The reproductive
biology of two species of pygmy octopuses, Hapalochlaea lunulata and Octopus
bocki, 1996. (Current position: Scientific Consultant, Crosby, Heafy, Roach
Mark Erdmann. The ecology,
distribution, and bioindicator potential of Indonesian coral reef stomatopod
communities, 1997. (Current position: Marine Protected Areas Advisor, Natural
Resources Management Program, (NRM-EPIQ),
Pam Jutte. The ecology,
behavior, and visual systems of Pullosquilla litoralis and P. thomassini, two
monogamous species of stomatopod crustacean, 1997. (Current position:
Assistant Marine Scientist, Marine Resources Research Institute, South
Carolina Dept. of Natural Resourses).
Katherine Schafer. The ecology
of an assemblage of gonodactylid stomatopods and pygmy octopus in shallow sea
grass beds in
Helen Fox. Coral reef
ecology and rehabilitation from blast fishing. 2002.
Kirsten Lindstrom. Aspects of the behavior, population genetics, and phylogeny of stomatopod crustaceans, 2003. (Current position: Associate Professor, Santa Rosa Community College).
Christine Huffard. Behavior and ecology of Abdopus aculeatus from Sulawesi, Indonesia, 2005. (Current postition: Postdoctoral Fellow, MBARI).
Karen Osborn. Phylogenetics and ecology of pelagic munnopsid isopods (Crustacea, Asellota), 2007. (Current position: Postdoctoral scholar, Scripps Institute of Oceanography).
John Matusi. Reproduction in
a cichlid fish. 1975.
Louise Kobuke. (Co-sponsor
with H. Bern) Thyroxin levels in early developmental stages of Coho salmon
(Oncorhynchus kisutch). 1985.
Michael Childress. Ecological
and physiological factors influencing foraging by gonodactylid stomatopod
Peggy Chern. Stomatopod
postlarval development. 1999.
James Jackson. Pygmy octopus
Liz McKinzie. Spatial
learning in stomatopods. 2005.
Callie Martinez. Crustacean behavior. 2006.