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Tagide deCarvalho

Research Assistant Professor

Biological Sciences
Biological Sciences, Room 079
Phone
410-455-2296
tagided@umbc.edu
Education
Ph D, University of Maryland (2008)
BS, University of New Mexico (1999)
Selected Classes
Fall 2018 BIOL 453 – Physiological Basis of Behavior
Winter 2017 BIOL 422L – Microscopy and Imaging Techniques
Contracts, Fellowships, Grants, and Sponsored Research

Daniel, Marie-Christine (Co-Principal) Lavik, Erin (Co-Principal) Zupan, Marcus (Co-Principal) deCarvalho, Tagide (Principal) Acquisition of a TEM Grant (Currently Under Review) Sponsored by NSF

Intellectual Contributions

Larger sperm size may contribute to reproductive isolation between Etheostoma species UMBC Biological Sciences Department

Neurotransmitter map of the asymmetric dorsal habenular nuclei of zebrafish 6 vol. 52 636--655 Genesis

Rhythmic male reproductive behavior controls timing of courtship and mating in Laupala cerasina 9 vol. 66 1333-1340 Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology

Genetically regulated temporal variation of novel courtship elements in the Hawaiian cricket genus Laupala 4 vol. 41 607--614 Behavior genetics

Synchronized bilateral synaptic inputs to Drosophila melanogaster neuropeptidergic rest/arousal neurons 22 vol. 31 8181--8193 Journal of Neuroscience

Divergence of courtship and mating behaviors among endemic Hawaiian swordtail crickets 4 vol. 147 479-504 BEHAVIOUR

Elaborate courtship enhances sperm transfer in the Hawaiian swordtail cricket, Laupala cerasina 4 vol. 79 819--826 Animal Behaviour

Reproductive asynchrony and the divergence of Hawaiian crickets 12 vol. 113 1125--1132 Ethology

Three new species of the cricket genus Trigonidium in Hawaii (Orthoptera: Gryllidae: Trigonidiinae) 1 vol. 155 29--34 Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia

Nuptial feeding of spermless spermatophores in the Hawaiian swordtail cricket, Laupala pacifica (Gryllidae: Triginodiinae) 10 vol. 92 483--487 Naturwissenschaften

Costs increase as ritualized fighting progresses within and between phases in the sierra dome spider, Neriene litigiosa 3 vol. 68 473--482 Animal Behaviour

Ritualized Fighting Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior vol. 21 Greenwood Press Westport, CT

Two new introduced species of Trigonidiinae recorded from Maui and Hawai ‘i (Grylloidea, Gryllidae, Trigonidiinae) vol. 73 47-53 Bishop Museum Occasional Papers

Pinnae and echolocation call differences between Myotis californicus and M. ciliolabrum (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) 1 vol. 3 77--91 Acta Chiropterologica