Carmine A Lanciani

carmineEmeritus Professor – Retired

Ph.D. Cornell University, 1968

Research Interests

Population ecology of aquatic arthropods. Host exploitation patterns, resource use, and intraspecific crowding in parasitic water mites; parasite-induced effects on growth, survival, and reproduction of the host.

Representative Publications

  • White, C. P. and C. A. Lanciani. 2001. Possible adaptive significance of pigmentation in Simocephalus (Cladocera: Anomopoda: Daphniidae). Freshwater Ecol. 16: 649-651.
  • Stromgren E. S. and C. A. Lanciani. 2001. Early abscission in hackberry leaves bearing Pachypsylla galls (Homoptera: Psyllidae). Florida Entomol. 84:727-728.
  • Lanciani, C. A. 1998. A simple equation for presenting reproductive value to introductory biology and ecology classes. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 79: 192-193.
  • Lanciani, C. A. 1996. Alteration of host stage distribution by parasitic water mites of the species Hydrachna virella (Acari: Hydrachnidae). J. Parasitol. 82:531-533.