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John S. Scheibe

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Department of Biology, Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO  63701

Office: Magill 125

Lab: Magill 133

Mammalian Gliding, Vertebrate Natural History, and Ecological Modeling

I am interested in the evolution of mammalian gliding, locomotor performance, and the functional morphology of gliders.  Most of my graduate students work on questions pertaining to locomotor performance, habitat use, and comparative morphology of gliding vertebrates.  However, my students are independent and highly motivated, and have explored topics in reptilian thermoregulation, avian and mammalian community structure, systematics, biogeography, and geographic variation.


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