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Amanda Benoit


Research Interest

Plant-insect interactions, pollination, predation, evolutionary ecology, phenotypic selection, community interactions, crab spiders, bumble bees, Yellow mariposa lily

Faculty Advisor(s)

Kalisz

Degree Pursuing

PhD

Education

Trent University – BA with Honours in Biology and Anthropology (2011)
University of Guelph – MSc Integrative Biology (2016)


Research

While often overlooked, predation on pollinators can be intense. I study how predators alter interactions between plant and pollinators – and how these predators indirect affect phenotypic selection on floral traits.


Awards and Recognitions

Rosemary Grant Award
Botanical Society of America Graduate Research Award
Graduate Student Senate Teaching Award


Contact Information

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