EuryceAlliance

advancing research and conservation of Texas Eurycea salamanders

EuryceAlliance 2011

The first meeting of the EuryceAlliance was held on June 10, 2011 at Texas State University – San Marcos in cooperation with the Department of Biology. Many thanks to Dr. Caitlin Gabor and Drew Davis for help with local arrangements. Thanks also to Texas State University and Saltgrass Steakhouse for providing parking for meeting attendees.

Click here for: EuryceAlliance Summer 2011 Abstracts

Check back soon for videos of the presentations.

EuryceAlliance Summer 2011 Meeting Speakers

Surface abundance, population Size, and movement of the Georgetown Salamander, Eurycea naufragia

Ben Pierce, Southwestern University

Genetic structure in the Jollyville Plateau salamander, Eurycea tonkawae

Paul Chippindale, University of Texas at Arlington

 The effect of hydrologic conditions on Jollyville Plateau salamander (Eurycea tonkawae) populations

Nate Bendik, City of Austin

Conservation implications of population dynamics of the Barton Springs salamander (Eurycea sosorum)

Hayley Gillespie, University of Texas at Austin

Eurycea pterophila from Jacob’s Well Spring, Wimberley, Texas

Krista McDermid, Zara Environmental LLC

So just how many Eurycea rathbuni are there?

Joe Fries, US Fish and Wildlife Service, San Marcos National Fish Hatchery & Technology Center

Typhlomolge tail tips tell tall tales: population studies of Eurycea rathbuni

Andy Gluesenkamp, Texas Parks & Wildlife Department

Diet and mesohabitat associations of the threatened San Marcos salamander (Eurycea nana)

Pete Diaz, US Fish and Wildlife Service, San Marcos National Fish Hatchery & Technology Center

Generalization of introduced predators by a threatened salamander (Eurycea nana)

Drew Davis, Texas State University

Stress hormones in Eurycea nana

Caitlin Gabor, Texas State University

Effects of temperature on San Marcos salamander (Eurycea nana)

Val Cantu, US Fish and Wildlife Service, San Marcos National Fish Hatchery & Technology Center

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