Bee Orchid (Ophrys apifera)
Burgess Field, Oxford



Melanostoma scalare (hoverfly)
infected by Entomophthora muscae s.l.
Cherwell River, Oxford



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Jay Taylor
Assistant Professor
School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences
Arizona State University
Office: PSA 447
Phone: 480-965-2641
e-mail: jtaylor@math.asu.edu
URL:http://math.la.asu.edu/~jtaylor

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Research in my group focuses on the application of mathematical modeling and analysis to problems in population genetics and evolutionary biology. In particular, much of our work is concerned with understanding the combined effects of demographic and environmental stochasticity on patterns of genetic variation and divergence, and the implications that these have for adaptation. Some specific areas of interest include:




Ocelot seen in the Huachuca Mountains of southern AZ (8 Feb. 2011).