Last Updated
20 April 2007
Shelah I. Morita

Ph. D. 2006
Population Biology Graduate Group
University of California at Davis

Amy Biehl Award 2003
Best Fulbright to South Africa

M. S. 2002
University of California at Davis

B. S. 1998
University of California at Riverside

Shelah catches a fly near Underberg. KZN, South Africa
Cirriculum Vitae Dissertation Acknowledgements

In general, I am interested in the role species interactions play in shaping organismal evolution and diversity. My research focuses on the ecological systematics of horse flies (Diptera: Tabanidae) and how the evolution of floral associated morphology may be linked to their diversity.

Postdoctoral Scientist
Department of Entomology
North Carolina State University
Campus Box 7613
Raleigh, NC USA 27695-7613
Office: 2327 Gardner Hall
Office Phone: (919) 515-3429
Fax: (919) 515-7746

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