Hugh Dingle

Professor Emeritus of Entomology

Departments

Entomology

Offices and Labs

394 Briggs Hall
752-0476
753-3138

Profile Introduction

Insect migration; role of behavior in ecology and evolution of life histories.

Degrees

1962 PhD University of Michigan
1958 BA Cornell University

Research Interests

Bird and butterfly migration in the southern hemisphere

Migration and life history evolution. Insect life histories.

Insect migration; role of behavior in ecology and evolution of life histories.

Department and Center Affiliations

Center for Animal Behavior, Acting Director 2000-2002

ProfessionalSocieties

Animal Behavior Society, President 1994-1995

CBS Grad Group Affiliations

Animal Behavior
Population Biology

Publications

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  • Dingle H. 1996. Migration: The biology of life on the move. . Oxford University Press, New York: Dingle, H. & V. A. Drake. 2007. What is migration? BioScience 57: 113-121. Dingle, H. 2008. Bird migration in the southern hemisphere: a review comparing continents. Emu 108: 341-359. Dingle, H., S. P. Carroll & T.R. Famula. 2009. Influence of genetic architecture on contemporary local evolution in the soapberry bug Jadera hematoloma: artificial selection on beak length. J. Evol. Biol. 22: 2031-2040.

Field Sites

Many including Australia, Florida, & California website

Teaching Interests

Various in behavior and evolution.

Personal Interests

Worldwide bird watching website