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John Herman

Assistant Professor
Florida Gulf Coast University
United States of America


PhD in Ecology from University of Toledo, 2005 - 2010 MS in Ecology from University of Toledo, 2003 - 2005 BS in Zoology from Michigan State University, 1997 - 2001

Research Interest

Herpetology and ecology


  • Herman, J.E., A. Benton**, and N. Irizarry**. 2015. Cannibalism in an invasive exotic anuran, Osteopilus septentrionalis, in southern Florida. Herpetological Review 46 (1), 75-76.

  • Herman, J.E., W. Brosse, Z.S. Stone**, M. Wolok, C.U. Whelan, K.R.T. Whelan, S. Clem, and M. Rumbach. 2015. Predation on Amphiuma means (Two-toed Amphiuma) and Siren lacertina (Greater Siren) by Buteo lineatus (Red-shouldered Hawk). Herpetological Review (submitted)

  • Jackson, S.B.*, D.W. Ceilley, J.E. Herman, and E.M. Everham. Determining home range size and habitat use of a southern population of Eastern Indigo Snakes

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