Former Staff and Students
Alma De Anda
Alma P. De Anda received her BS in zoology from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona in 2005, and her MS at the University of Minnesota in Ecology, Evolution and Behavior in 2010. She studied predator-prey and host-parasitoid dynamics using monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) as model systems, and collected thousands of lines of MLMP data as a graduate student. She is now teaching in community colleges in southern CA.
- Anda, A., Oberhauser, K.S. (2015) Invertebrate Natural Enemies and Stage-Specific Mortality Rates of Monarch Eggs and Larvae. Monarchs in a Changing World: Biology and Conservation of an Iconic Insect. 5: 60-70.
- Oberhauser, K.S, S. Manweiler, R. Lelich, M. Blank, R. Batalden, A. De Anda. 2009. Impacts of ULV resmethrin applications on non-target insects. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 25:83–93.
- Oberhauser, K.S., Anderson, M., Anderson, S., Caldwell, W., Anda, A., Hunter, M., Kaiser, M.C., Solensky, M.J. (2015)Lacewings, Wasps, and Flies-Oh My: Insect Enemies Take a Bite out of Monarchs. Monarchs in a Changing World: Biology and Conservation of an Insect Icon. 6: 71-82.
- Stenoien, C., McCoshum, S., Caldwell, W., Anda, A., Oberhauser, K.S. (2015) New Reports that Monarch Butterflies (Lepidoptera:Nymphalidae, Danaus plexippus Linnaeus) are Hosts for a Pupal Parasitoid (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidae, Pteromalus cassotis Walker). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 88 (1): 16-26. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2317/JKES1402.22.1