Evolution of Species and Electric Signal Diversity
in the Neotropical Electric Fish Gymnotus

Project Description | Gymnotus | Personnel | Photographs | Signal Analysis | Bibliography

Team | Field Work | Gymnotus

Recent Field Work

Pictures from recent field trips involving project personnel (marked with an asterisk *)

James Albert * (left) and Will Crampton* (right): Pacaya Samiria National Reserve, Peruvian Amazon.

An expedition funded by NSF DEB-0215388 “Aquatic Faunal Survey of a Peruvian Amazon Floodplain” (aka “Ucamara Project”). September 2002.

James Albert * and Roberto Reis*: Ucamara Project, Pacaya Samiria Reserve, Peruvian Amazon. September 2002.

Will Crampton* , James Albert* and Project Ucamara team members. March 2003.

Will Crampton *, Diego Cognato. Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

Flavio Lima, Jonas Alves de Oliveira, Will Crampton*, Ben Crampton, Roberto Reis*, Hernan Ortega*. Ucamara Project. Near Jenaro Herrera, Peruvian Amazon. January 2004.

Stuart Willis, Will Crampton*, Carmen Montaña, Kristie Lester*, Nathan Lovejoy*. Rio Cataniapo, Venezeula. February 2004

Jaime, James Albert*, Will Crampton*, Ronald Navarette. Rio Palenque, Pacific drainage of Ecuador. April 2004.