Elizabeth Schmidtman

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Lyme disease is the second most prevalent emerging infectious disease in the United States; more than 65,000 cases have been reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention since the disease was first described by Steere and colleagues in 1977 (1). In July 1994, a physician in Chestertown, Maryland, reported eight cases of Lyme disease to the(More)
Acoustically-signaling animals such as crickets may experience interference from environmental noise, a particular concern given the rise in anthropogenic or other novel sources of sound. We examined the potential for acoustic interference of female phonotaxis to calling song in the Pacific field cricket (Teleogryllus oceanicus) by invasive coqui frogs(More)
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