Julie Nicole Taylor

Master's student
Primary office:
Dyche Hall


Summary

Advisor name: Bruce Lieberman
Research Interests: Invertebrate paleontology, macroevolution, phylogenetics, biogeography
Hometown: Chesapeake, Virginia

 

Education:

  • B.S. in Organismal Biology, Christopher Newport University

Publications:

  • Taylor, J. N., W. M. Ternes, and M. S. Lattanzio. Under review. Natural selection favors local specialization in a widespread habitat generalist. Evolution.
  • Taylor, J. N. and M. S. Lattanzio. 2016. Boldness, dominance, and territoriality in the color polymorphic tree lizard, Urosaurus ornatus. Ethology  122: 1-10.

Presentations:

  • Taylor, J. N. and M. S. Lattanzio. Blue gets the boulder, but yellow is bolder: territorial dynamics of a color polymorphic lizard. Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, July 2016. Contributed poster presentation.

Awards:

  • Taylor, J. N. Lattanzio, M. S. (PI). Natural selection favors local specialization in a widespread habitat generalist. Explorer’s Club Youth Activity Fund. $1,500. 8 wk. 6/1/16-7/26/16. Funded.
  • Taylor, J. N.  Lattanzio, M. S. (PI) Natural selection favors local specialization in a widespread habitat generalist. Christopher Newport University Honor’s Summer Research Grant. $1,000. 8 wk. 6/1/16-7/26/16. Funded.

 


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