Martha (Marty) Lynn Crump, Ph.D

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University of Florida, Gainesville, Gainesville, FL, United States 
Area:
herpetology, behavioral ecology, life history
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Martha L. "Marty" Crump is a behavioral ecologist in the Department of Biology and the Ecology Center at Utah State University who studies amphibians and reptiles. Crump was the first individual to perform a long-term ecological study on a community of tropical amphibians, and did pioneering work in the classification of variability in amphibian egg size as a function of habitat predictability. She has co-authoried one of the most popular modern herpetology textbooks, Herpetology (1997–2015) as well as the memoir In Search of the Golden Frog (2000) and a number of other books for both adults and children. In 1997, she received the Distinguished Herpetologist Award from The Herpetologists’ League.

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William Edward Duellman grad student 1974 University of Kansas
 (Ph.D.: REPRODUCTIVE STRATEGIES IN A TROPICAL ANURAN COMMUNITY.)
Stanley Norman Salthe post-doc 1974-1975 CUNY (Microtree)
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