Department of Entomology
S-330 Agricultural Science Center N
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY 40546-0091
The research in the Harwood Lab focuses on broad themes in agroecology with an emphasis on biological control and food web interactions. Our studies combine organismal biology with modern molecular techniques in a variety of agricultural and natural ecosystems including corn, winter wheat, alfalfa, soybean and eastern deciduous forests in the United States. International projects explore similar questions in coffee, chili peppers, cotton, wheat and many other crop systems. For more information on our research, visit lab member homepages.
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A Field Guide to the Slugs of Kentucky (PDF)
Information for Prospective Graduate StudentsIf you are interested in graduate school to pursue a M.S. or Ph.D. in these broad themes in insect/spider ecology and biological control, please contact me.
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The linyphiid spider, Erigone atra, attacking a fruit fly (left)
The invasive slug, Arion intermedius, recently documented as occurring in Kentucky agriculture (right)
Isotoma anglicana, a nutritious and abundant food resource for linyphiid spiders.
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