Southeastern Louisiana University Vertebrate Museum
Research Interests: Systematics, evolution, ecology, and conservation genetics of North American freshwater fishes, Mexican fishes
Research Interests: Animal behavior, evolution, ecology, natural history, herpetology
Bio: After taking a liking to biology his freshman year of college, James became involved in scientific research and never looked back. From wading through ponds to catch invasive Bullfrogs, to trapping kangaroo rats in the Wyoming Basin, James found a passion in biological research and the outdoors. During his undergraduate career at Laramie County Community College (Cheyenne, WY) and the University of Wyoming (Laramie, WY), James was involved in several research projects and recieved multiple grants and fellowships in part to travel the state and study Wyoming's frogs. He has continued on this taxonomic trajectory and is working on his master's thesis studying Louisiana's most charismatic toad species, the Gulf Coast Toad.
Collection Manager – Ichthyology
Phone: +1 (985) 549-2901 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Research Interests: Ichthyology,