Grayson Lab - University of Richmond

Ecology, Physiology, Population Biology

Category: Publication

New paper out on a high density population of salamanders in Richmond!

Those who have worked on the red-backed salamander project in the Grayson Lab know that there are TONS of salamanders in the James River Park. Now the world does too!

We recently published a paper in the Royal Society Open Science journal on the population ecology of our salamanders using spatial mark-recapture techniques. We are looking forward to future papers incorporating our data with data collected from other SPARCnet sites!

Three new insect papers out!

This spring and summer have been very productive for the Grayson Lab! We’ve had three articles published recently with 8 of our undergrads and 5 of our collaborators. We’ve accomplished so much together in the gypsy moth and harlequin bug systems!

Published Paper!

After much revision and hard work, Lily’s Master’s Thesis is finally published in Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata! You can find a PDF of the article here.Forest edges & mate-finding paper

Published Paper!

Have you ever wondered if gypsy moth larvae do better when reared on artificial diet or on leaves? So did we! And now our research on it is published in Environmental Entomology! Click on the title below for the PDF!

Performance of Wild and Laboratory-Reared Gypsy Moth (Lepidoptera: Erebidae): A Comparison between Foliage and Artificial Diet
Kristine L. Grayson; Dylan Parry; Trevor M. Faske; Audrey Hamilton; Patrick C. Tobin; Salvatore J. Agosta; Derek M. Johnson
Environmental Entomology 2015;
doi: 10.1093/ee/nvv063

Diet v Foliage paper

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