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Dr. Lisa A. Taylor

Teaching

Insect Behavior

(ENY3451C/ENY6905)

This course provides a theoretical and empirical overview of insect behavior, ranging from physiology underlying behavior to the evolution of behavioral diversity. Focus will be on recent and current research on insect behavior, the diversity of approaches for studying it, and how this knowledge can be applied to solve human challenges.

Syllabus for Spring 2016

Spider Biology

(ENY4905/ZOO4926)

This course will introduce you to the fascinating world of spiders and their relatives. You will learn about many aspects of their biology, especially their ecology, behavior, and evolution. Spiders are diverse and while identification is not the focus of the course, your goal will be to comfortably recognize and be familiar with the diversity and biology of members of ~20 common spider families.


Research

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Assistant Research Scientist, Behavioral Ecology and Evolution