Lichtenberg Lab | Department of Biological Sciences

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Lichtenberg Lab

Welcome to the Lichtenberg Lab at the University of North Texas!

The lab combines ecology and animal behavior to study plant-animal interactions, insect foraging and insect biodiversity. We are particularly interested in how land use change and land management practices affect these phenomena. We work at the interface of basic and applied science to help conserve and restore functional ecosystems, while providing fundamental understanding of the processes underlying and outcomes of interactions both within and among species.

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