Masters: Biology Animal Behavior, Ecology, and Evolution1 1University of MissouriSt. LouisBiology Animal Behavior, Ecology, and Evolution
Bourne, G.R. & E.B. Karslake. Do leaf-cutter ants, Atta cephalotes, already transporting leaves exhibit preferences for crop leaves? In preparation for submission to the Journal of Tropical Ecology. Miller, E.G., E.B. Karslake, J.R. Masanoff, J.P. Park, A.J. Sammons, L.C. Watson, J.A. Breaux, C. Schweitzer, A. Neway-Fyxul, I.V. Petreschumag, F. Breden, T.C. Allen, and G.R. Bourne. 2010. Poeciliid livebearing fish polymorphisms; providing answers to questions of color, sex, mate acquisition, and personality. p. 265-282. In: The CEIBA Reader (B.G. Bourne, and C.M. Bourne, eds.). Yerfdog Publishing, St. Louis. Awards and Grants Menke Scholarship, Webster Groves Nature Study Society. Grant for research. Central place foraging theory, leaf-cutter ants (Atta cephalotes), and plant defoliation strategies. Dr. Godfrey R. Bourne, Advisor. 2014. Master*s Student Poster Presentation, Second Place. University of Missouri-St. Louis Graduate Poster Symposium 2010. Howard Hughes Medical Institution, Kalamazoo College. Undergraduate grant for research. Pollinator visitation rates at Wulffia baccata a flowering shrub as a consequence of time of day and floral density. Dr. Godfrey R. Bourne, mentor.
ant, CA, pp, camera, Research, Seminars, Swift, Symposium
Animal Behavior Society, 2008-2010 and 2013-present
American Society of Mammalogy, 2013-2014