Cary Guffey, PhD
Associate Professor of Biology
Head of Biology Program

Education: 
  • PhD, Ecology and Evolution 
    (University of Louisiana at Lafayette)

  • MS, Biology 
    (Missouri State University)

  • BS, Life Sciences
    (Missouri University of Science and Technology)

Contact Info:
Office: Metz Hall, Room 403-A
Phone: 210-434-6711, ext. 2466
Email: cguffey@ollusa.edu
 

Publications:

Guffey, C., V. R. Townsend, Jr., & B. E. Felgenhauer. 2000. External morphology and ultra­structure of the prehensile region of the legs of Leiobunum nigripes (Arach­nida: Opiliones). Journal of Arachnology 28:231–236

Guffey, C. 1999. Costs associated with leg autotomy in harvestmen (Arachnida: Opiliones). Canadian Journal of Zoology 77:824–830

Guffey, C., J. G. MaKinster, & R. G. Jaeger. 1998. Familiarity affects interactions between potentially courting territorial salamanders. Copeia 1998:205–208

Guffey, C. 1998. Leg autotomy and its potential fitness costs for two species of harvest­men (Arachnida, Opiliones). Journal of Arachnology 26:296–302


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