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Oklahoma State University

Research
The primary focus of the Fox Lab is on the behavioral and evolutionary ecology of lizards (But we do dabble in amphibian declines and turtles). Our major questions concern variation in lizard behavior at the intra– and inter-specific level, as well as how lizards interact with their biotic and abiotic environment. To answer these questions we utilize techniques from various sub-disciplines: behavior, ecology, functional morphology, physiology, endocrinology, and genetics. Our work has been conducted primarily in North and South America, and we are currently working on projects in the United States, Argentina, Chile, Mexico, and Madagascar.

People

Dr. Stanley Fox

Graduate Students                                       

Debora Endriss

Joe Hackler                                                         

Jerry Husak

Kris Karsten

Ricardo Torres Cervantes

Undergraduates

Matt Rouse - Congratulations to Matt for winning yet another Wentz Research Scholarship! This time Matt will be studying Allee effects in Drosophila.

Former Students


Publications


Links

 

Discussion Group (We're all too busy this semester doing research, teaching, or something... next semester!)

 


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