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Southeastern Louisiana University

Dr. Janice Bossart, P.I.

Carnegie Museum of Natural History
    Section of Invertebrate Zoology

    Dr. John E. Rawlins
    Dr. James W. Fetzner Jr.
    Vanessa Verdecia

Ghana Field Crew
   Josephine Antwi
    Jacob Asare
    Sylvester Kuudaar
    John Lewile
    Richard Olu

     Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
    Krystal Altman
    Steve Lewis

     Southeastern Louisiana University
    Leah Poch√©
    Matt Boasso
    Jean Elbers



Bobiri Forest Butterfly Sanctuary  [map]

Forest Research Institute of Ghana (FORIG)

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Richard Olu, the fifth member of the main field team.
Jean came up with a unique way to transport his traps to the field. Friends and workers at Bobiri.
Josephine and Sylvester, dressed for professional success, outside FORIG. Leah had a strong aversion to mashing bananas.
Sylvester, Opuni, and Sky Stephens taking a break from field work.  Sky (Northern Arizona University) conducted a study of forest management practices on ant diversity. Jean Elbers, a 2007 undergraduate student researcher from Southeastern Louisiana University.



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