Dr. Bruce Stallsmith Assistant Professor, Ichthyology Research 1) Ecology and conservation of freshwater fishes of North America, including cyprinid minnows, killifishes of the genus Fundulus and percid darters. 2) The influence of trematode gill parasites on highland stream fishe such the scarlet shiner, Lythrurus fasciolaris; the telescope shiner, Notropis telescopus; and Etheostoma darter species. Visit the Stallsmith Lab page. !- Education Ph.D., Field of Degree, University of Lorem Ipusm, 1990 M.S., Field of Degree, University of Lorem Ipusm, 1990 B.S., Field of Degree, University of Lorem Ipusm, 1990 --> Classes Taught BYS 317 - Vertebrate Zoology BYS 491 - Special Topics in Biological Sciences BYS 492 - Undergraduate Research BYS 691 - Special Topics BYS 692 - Research BYS 699 - Master’s Thesis Publications "Reproductive Timing Of The Telescope Shiner, Notropis telescopus, In Alabama, USA." American Midland Naturalist. 163: 326–334. Brittany Holmes, Lindsay Whittington, Loren Marino, Andrew Adrian and Bruce Stallsmith (2010). "PCR-enriched Differential Display of Gene Variation." Dynamic Biochemistry, Process Biotechnology and Molecular Biology. Jason X. Feng, Bruce W. Stallsmith, Maria R. Davis, and Gopi K. Podila. (2010). "Distributional Status Of The Flame Chub, Hemitremia flammea, in Alabama, USA." Endangered Species Research. 12: 87–93. Stallsmith, B.W. (2010). Abstract. "Observations on the Reproductive Biology of Two Notropis Species." Southeastern Naturalist. 6: 693-704. Bruce Stallsmith, Kevin Butler, Amy Woodall and Bob Muller (2007).