Frank J Maturo

Emeritus Professorfjmaturo
Ph.D. Duke University, 1956

322 Carr
352.392.1097

fjmaturo@ufl.edu

Research Interests

Morphology, ecology, systematics, and zoogeography of marine invertebrates. Special interest in tropical and subtropical marine Bryozoa: larval behavior and metamorphosis, offspring variation and genetic traits. Zooplankton; organism and community response to environmental perturbations.

Representative Publications

Moss Animals or Bryozoans. In: E.H. Kaplan. A Field Guide to Southeastern and Caribbean Seashores (Peterson Field Guide Series #36)

F.J. S. Maturo, Jr. 1988. Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston. pp 364-370.

Self-fertilization in gymnolaemate Bryozoa, p. 572. In F. P. Bigey (ed.). Bryozoaires actuels et fossiles: Bryozoa living and fossil. F.J. S. Maturo, Jr. 1991. Bull. Soc. Sci. Nat. Ouest Fr., Mem. HS 1, Nantes.

A new bryozoan structure: an ovipositor, p. 572-573. In F. P. Bigey (ed.) Bryozoaires actuels et fossiles: Bryozoa living and fossil. F.J. S. Maturo, Jr. 1991.