Department of Zoology

Bruce A. Steinly
Visiting Assistant Professor
Ph.D. University of Illinois, 1991
invertebrate neuroanatomy, mosquito distribution

Office:
108 PSN

Lab:
141B PSN

Phone:
529-5732


529-3198
Email:
steinlba@MUOhio.edu
Office Hours:
  Monday . . . .
  Tuesday . . . .
  Wednesday . .
  Thursday. . . .
  Friday. . . . . . All by appt.

Biographical Information:

Bruce Steinly is an entomologist with research interests in the physical structure of invertebrates, community structure of dipterous decomposers and disease vectors, invertebrate life cycle parameters, and the organization of peripheral sensory structures on insects. Research projects include the distribution of proprioceptors and sensory models, environmental parameters that effect development of mosqutioes in artificial and natural containers, the effects of predator pheromones on prey reproduction and maturation, and interactions of predators and mosquitoes.



Recent Publications:

  1. Steinly, B. A. and R. J. Novak. 1993. Culex pipiens and Culex restuans oviposition characteristics in east-central Illinois during 1992. Vector Contr. Bull. North-Central States. Vector Contr. Bull. North-Central States. 2(2): 89-99.

  2. Steinly, B. A., R. J. Novak and Intan M. Ahmad. 1993. A shift in Culex pipiens oviposition initiation in east-central Illinois during 1991. Vector Contr. Bull. North-Central States. 1(2): 215-224.

  3. Steinly, B. A. and R. J. Novak. 1993. Culex restuans and Culex pipiens oviposition frequency characteristics in east-central Illinois during 1990. Vector Contr. Bull. North-Central States. 1(2): 178-186.

  4. Passoa, S. and B. A. Steinly. 1992. Egg morphology of Draconia rusina Druce from Honduras (Lepidoptera: Thyrididae). Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 94(4): 556-558.

  5. Steinly, B. A. 1992. Description of Hecamede albicans (Diptera: Ephydridae) immature stages and biology in marine habitats. Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 94(3): 329-335.