Researcher Spends the Summer Searching for Lizard Eggs in the Jungles of Costa Rica

Meredith Swartwout
Photo by Russell Cothran

Meredith Swartwout

Meredith Swartwout is a graduate student in the Department of Biological Sciences. She studies population ecology, community ecology and conservation biology in reptiles and amphibians, and spent the summer in Costa Rica working on a project to learn more about ant predation on lizard eggs. Read about her research, and why lizard eggs are so hard to find, in Research Frontiers.

Contacts

Meredith Swartwout, graduate student
Biological Sciences
479-575-3251, mswartwo@uark.edu

Bob Whitby, feature writer
University Relations
479-575-4737, whitby@uark.edu


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