Jon Storm

04/28/04

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Feel free to browse around my web page.  Below is information about the courses I teach, the research I conduct, as well as some personal information.

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Human A&P 231 Lab

Herpatology Lab

 

My research involves the study of echolocation and prey detection in the Big Brown Bat (Eptesicus fuscus).  I am investigating the use of passive prey sounds by these bats, particularly examining whether the flight sound of the may beetle (Phyllophaga spp.), a common prey item, attracts aerially foraging big brown bats.  This research is currently being conducted in an outdoor flightroom at Kiewig Woods.  I am also interested in other systems of predator-prey interactions, such as that exhibited between predatory wolf spiders (Hogna helluo) and their cricket prey (Gryllus pennsylvanicus).

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