Dr. Jordanna D. H. Sprayberry
Associate Professor of Biology and Neuroscience, Muhlenberg College
(2006-2008) Post-doctoral Research Associate, PERT Fellow, University of Arizona (mentor Dr. John G. Hildebrand)
(2001-2006) Post-doctoral Research Associate & Graduate Research Associate, Department of Biology, University of Washington (mentor Dr. Thomas L. Daniel)
(1999-2001) Graduate Research Associate, Department of Biology, University of Washington (mentor Dr. David C. O’Carroll)
(1994-1998) Undergraduate zoology studies, University of Rhode Island (mentor Dr. C. Robert Shoop)
Sprayberry, JDH, Ritter K and Riffell J. (2013) The effect of olfactory exposure to noninsecticidal agrochemicals on bumblebee foraging behavior. Plos One. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0076273
Sprayberry, JDH and Suver M. (2011) Hawkmoths’ innate flower preferences: a potential selective force on floral biomechanics. Arthropod-Plant Interactions. 5(4): 263-268.
Sprayberry, JDH. (2009) Responses of descending visually-sensitive neurons to three-dimensional flower-like stimuli. Journal of Insect Science 9:7. doi: 10.1673/031.009.0701
Sprayberry JDH and Daniel T. (2007) Flower tracking in the hawk moth Manduca sexta: behavior and energetics. Journal of Experimental Biology. 210: 37-45.