Scott Gardner
Professor, School of Biological Sciences
Curator and Professor, Harold W. Manter Laboratory of Parasitology

http://biosci.unl.edu/scott-gardner
http://hwml.unl.edu/index.php/staff/curator

My program of NSF funded research is focused on the evolutionary relationships among neotropical rodents and marsupials and their parasite faunas. I investigate questions of mammalian and faunal biodiversity by generating and combining data on the phylogenetic, biogeographic, and ecological relationships of hosts and parasites. I am committed to integrating museum-oriented field research and modern systematic analysis of parasites and their hosts. These studies will provide assessments of extent and scope of coevolution and biodiveristy of mammals and their parasites of various biotic regions. For instance, recent results of my research show that a knowledge of both the host and parasite faunas of an area can provide much more information regarding regional biodiversity than if only the hosts were considered in this context.

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1996

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Field Parasitology Techniques for Use with Mammals, Scott Lyell Gardner

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Técnicas de Parasitología de Practicas de Campo para el Uso Durante la Investigación de Mamíferos, Scott Lyell Gardner

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Body Size Evolution of Oxyurid (Nematoda) Parasites: The Role of Hosts, Serge Morand, Pierre Legendre, Scott Lyell Gardner, and Jean-Pierre Hugot

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Identification of Heterorhabditis (Nematoda: Heterorhabditidae) from California with a New Species Isolated from the Larvae of the Ghost Moth Hepialis californicus (Lepidoptera: Hepialidae) from the Bodega Bay Natural Reserve, S. Patricia Stock, Donald R. Strong, and Scott Lyell Gardner

1995

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A New Pinworm, Didelphoxyuris thylamisis n. gen., n. sp. (Nematoda: Oxyurida) from Thylamys elegans (Waterhouse, 1839) (Marsupialia: Didelphidae) in Bolivia, Scott Lyell Gardner and Jean-Pierre Hugot

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The Enterobiinae Subfam. Nov. (Nematoda, Oxyurida) Pinworm Parasites of Primates and Rodents, Jean-Pierre Hugot, Scott Lyell Gardner, and Serge Morand

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Morphology and Morphometrics of Three Oxyurids Parasitic in Primates with a Description of Lemuricola microcebi n. sp., Jean-Pierre Hugot, Serge Morand, and Scott Lyell Gardner

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Characterization of Two Steinernema scapterisci Populations (Nemata: Steinernematidae) Using Morphology and Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA Markers, S. P. Stock, Scott Lyell Gardner, F. F. Wu, and H K. Kaya

1994

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A New Species of Vexillata (Nemata: Ornithostrongylidae) from the Coarse-Haired Pocket Mouse Chaetodipus hispidus in New Mexico, Scott Lyell Gardner, Edward B. Fong, Luma Al-Banna, and Stacie R. Raymond

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A New Species of Heterorhabditis from the Hawaiian Islands, Scott Lyell Gardner, S. Patricia Stock, and Harry K. Kaya

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New Records of Bolivian Mammals, Jorge A. Salazar-Bravo, Mariel Campbell, Sydney Anderson, Scott Lyell Gardner, and John L. Dunnum

1993

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Three New Species of Nematodes Associated with Endemic Grape (Vitis) in California, Luma Al-Banna and Scott Lyell Gardner

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Management of University Biological Collections: A Framework for Policy and Practice, Patrick E. McGuire, Lynn S. Kimsey, and Scott Lyell Gardner

1992

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Critical Comment: Designation and Curatorial Management of Type Host Specimens (Symbiotypes) for New Parasite Species, Jennifer K. Frey, Terry L. Yates, Donald Duszynski, William L. Gannon, and Scott Lyell Gardner

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Gerald D. Schmidt from the Perspective of a Graduate Student, Scott Lyell Gardner

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A New Species of Linstowia (Cestoda: Anoplocephalidae) from Marsupials in Bolivia, Scott Lyell Gardner and Mariel L. Campbell

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Parasites As Probes for Biodiversity, Scott Lyell Gardner and Mariel L. Campbell

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Biological Collections at the University of California, Davis: Scope, Status, and Needs, Scott Lyell Gardner, Lynn S. Kimsey, Marilyn S. Warburton, and Patrick E. McGuire

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Profile: Gerald D. Schmidt (1934-1990), Scott Lyell Gardner and John E. Ubelaker

1991

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Fixing Coccidian Oocysts Is Not an Adequate Solution to the Problem of Preserving Protozoan Type Material, Donald Duszynski and Scott Lyell Gardner

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Phyletic Coevolution between Subterranean Rodents of the Genus Ctenomys (Rodentia: Hystricognathi) and Nematodes of the Genus Paraspidodera (Heterakoidea: Aspidoderidae) in the Neotropics: Temporal and Evolutionary Implications, Scott Lyell Gardner

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Redescription of Eimeria escomeli (Rastegaieff, 1930) from Myrmecophaga tridactyla, and a First Report from Bolivia, Scott Lyell Gardner, Steve Upton, C. R. Lambert, and O. C. Jordán

1990

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Polymorphism of Eimerian Oocysts Can be a Problem in Naturally Infected Hosts: An Example from Subterranean Rodents in Bolivia, Scott Lyell Gardner and Donald W. Duszynski

1988

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Echinococcus vogeli Rausch and Bernstein, 1972, from the paca, Cuniculus paca L. (Rodentia: Dayproctidae), in the Departamento de Santa Cruz, Bolivia, Scott Lyell Gardner, Robert L. Rausch, and Otto Carlos Jordan Camacho

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Cestodes of the Genus Hymenolepis Weinland, 1858 Sensu Stricto from Pocket Gophers Geomys and Thomomys spp. (Rodentia: Geomyidae) in Colorado and Oregon, with a Discriminant Analysis of Four Species of Hymenolepis, Scott Lyell Gardner and Gerald D. Schmidt

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Coccidia (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) from the Subterranean Rodent Ctenomys opimus Wagner (Ctenomyidae) from Bolivia, South America, Christine R. Lambert, Scott Lyell Gardner, and Donald Duszynski

1986

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Two New Species of Litomosoides (Nematoda: Onchocercidae) from Pocket Gophers (Rodentia: Geomyidae) in Colorado, Scott Lyell Gardner and Gerald D. Schmidt

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Eimeria halleri sp. n. (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) from the Round Stingray, Urolophus halleri (Rajiformes: Dasyatidae), Steve Upton, John Bristol, Scott Lyell Gardner, and Donald Duszynski

1985

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Helminth Parasites of Thomomys bulbivorus (Richardson) (Rodentia: Geomyidae), with the Description of a New Species of Hymenolepis (Cestoda), Scott Lyell Gardner

1984

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Discobothrium caribbensis sp. n., a Lecanicephalidean Cestode from a Yellow-Spotted Stingray, Urolophus jamaicensis, in Jamaica, Scott Lyell Gardner and Gerald D. Schmidt

1981

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Trematode-Gastropod Associations in Nine Non-Lacustrine Habitats in the Mwanza Region of Tanzania, Sam Loker, H. G. Moyo, and Scott Lyell Gardner