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Entomology Group

600 400 Stroud Water Research Center

The Entomology Group studies factors that affect the distribution and abundance of aquatic invertebrates, the functional role of invertebrates in stream and river ecosystems, and how these invertebrate communities respond to human activities in temperate and tropical watersheds.

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Entomology Staff

Juliann Battle

Juliann Battle

Research Technician
Michael Broomall

Michael Broomall

Research Technician, Taxonomic Certification Program Coordinator
David Funk

David Funk

Entomologist, Director of Facilities
Courtland Hess

Courtland Hess

Research Technician
John Jackson, Ph.D.

John Jackson, Ph.D.

Senior Research Scientist
Sally Peirson

Sally Peirson

Research Technician
Sherman Roberts

Sherman Roberts

Research Technician
Bernard Sweeney, Ph.D.

Bernard Sweeney, Ph.D.

Distinguished Research Scientist

Entomology News

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Phenological modeling of the parthenogenetic mayfly Neocloeon triangulifer (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae) in White Clay Creek
Kolpas, A., D.H. Funk, J.K. Jackson, and B.W. Sweeney. 2019. Ecological Modeling, early online access ... Read More
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Stories From the Streams: Salty Streams
How salty is too salty? Road salt keeps travelers safe in winter but can pose a serious threat to nearby ... Read More
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Why some mayfly adults are older and larger: photoperiodic induction of larval quiescence
Funk, D.H., B.W. Sweeney, and J.K. Jackson. 2019. Freshwater Science, early online access ... Read More
Online Atlas of Aquatic Insects Aids Water-Quality Monitoring
Online Atlas of Aquatic Insects Aids Water-Quality Monitoring
A new online field guide promises to be an important tool for monitoring water quality and learning how to correctly ... Read More
Former Intern Deirdre Flemming Is Farming Like a Scientist
Former Intern Deirdre Flemming Is Farming Like a Scientist
“I feel like the farm is our living laboratory, and I look at farming like an entomologist. It’s an integrated ... Read More
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Anaxipha hyalicetra sp. n. (Gryllidae, Trigonidiinae), a new sword-tailed cricket species from Arizona
Cole, J.A., and D.H. Funk. 2019. Journal of Orthoptera Research 28(1):3–9 ... Read More
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