Elizabeth Schmidtman

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All 51 surveyed camp employees gave histories of tick exposure throughout the summer. Four counselors had EM of 5 cm in diameter without other symptoms or signs and were treated with amoxicillin by the camp physician. Four other counselors had recurrent fever of 102°F to 104°F, severe headaches, somnolence, malaise, fatigue, myalgia, and anorexia. All four(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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