I am interested in how aquatic food webs interact with terrestrial food webs. Especially, I am interested in how the behavioral traits of aquatic insects influence these interactions. By carefully tracking the movements, life histories and behaviors of significant aquatic insect species, I investigate how life history or behavioral traits affect nutrient fluxes and predators in both in aquatic and terrestrial systems.
CZO Research Groups
Anomalomermis ephemerophagis n g, n sp (Nematoda: Mermithidae) parasitic in the mayfly Ephemerella maculata Traver (Ephermeroptera: Ephermerellidae) in California, USA. Poinar, G., Walder, L. and Uno, H. (2015): Systematic Parasitology 90(3): 231-236.
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17 Apr 2014 - The Eel River Recovery Project's annual Water Day was a success on Sunday, April 13th, 2014.