Lara A. Ferry-Graham

California State University/Moss Landing Marine Labs, Moss Landing, CA, United States 
ecomorphology, ecophysiology, biomechanics, fish feeding, ventilation, locomotion
"Lara Ferry-Graham"
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Fred Clogston research assistant 1990-1991 California Polytechnic State University (Marine Ecology Tree)
 (Senior Thesis)
Gregor Michel Cailliet grad student 1991-1994 California State University/Moss Landing Marine Labs (Marine Ecology Tree)
George V. Lauder grad student 1994-1998 UC Irvine
George V. Lauder post-doc 1998-1999 UC Irvine
Peter C. Wainwright post-doc 1999-2002 UC Davis
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Ferry-Graham LA, Hernandez LP, Gibb AC, et al. (2010) Unusual kinematics and jaw morphology associated with piscivory in the poeciliid, Belonesox belizanus. Zoology (Jena, Germany). 113: 140-7
Ferry-Graham LA, Konow N. (2010) The intramandibular joint in Girella: a mechanism for increased force production? Journal of Morphology. 271: 271-9
Hernandez LP, Gibb AC, Ferry-Graham L. (2009) Trophic apparatus in cyprinodontiform fishes: functional specializations for picking and scraping behaviors. Journal of Morphology. 270: 645-61
Flammang BE, Ferry-Graham LA, Rinewalt C, et al. (2009) Prey capture kinematics and four-bar linkages in the bay pipefish, Syngnathus leptorhynchus. Zoology (Jena, Germany). 112: 86-96
Hernandez LP, Ferry-Graham LA, Gibb AC. (2008) Morphology of a picky eater: a novel mechanism underlies premaxillary protrusion and retraction within cyprinodontiforms. Zoology (Jena, Germany). 111: 442-54
Ferry-Graham LA, Gibb AC, Hernandez LP. (2008) Premaxillary movements in cyprinodontiform fishes: an unusual protrusion mechanism facilitates "picking" prey capture. Zoology (Jena, Germany). 111: 455-66
Van Wassenbergh S, Strother JA, Flammang BE, et al. (2008) Extremely fast prey capture in pipefish is powered by elastic recoil. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface / the Royal Society. 5: 285-96
Gibb A, Ferry-Graham LA, Hernandez LP, et al. (2008) Functional significance of intramandibular bending in Poeciliid fishes Environmental Biology of Fishes. 83: 473-485
Ferry-Graham LA, Drazen JC, Franklin V. (2007) Laboratory observations of reproduction in the deep-water zoarcids Lycodes cortezianus and Lycodapus mandibularis (Teleostei: Zoarcidae) Pacific Science. 61: 129-139
Pérez-Matus A, Ferry-Graham LA, Cea A, et al. (2007) Community structure of temperate reef fishes in kelp-dominated subtidal habitats of northern Chile Marine and Freshwater Research. 58: 1069-1085
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