June 15-16, 2009

Curriculum Vitae


DANIEL OTTE

 

Curator and Chairman, Department of Entomology

The Academy of Natural Sciences

Philadelphia, PA

otte@ansp.org

Phone: 215/299-1188

FAX: 215/299-1028

 

 

PERSONAL DATA

 

Birth date: 14 March 1939, Durban, South Africa

Birth place: Durban, South Africa

Citizenship: USA

 

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

 

High School

Deutsche Schule, Hermannsburg, South Africa

Eshowe High School, Zululand, South Africa

College

Luther College, Decorah, Iowa (1959–1960)

University of Michigan (B.S. 1963)

University of Michigan (Ph.D. 1968)

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

University of Texas

Assistant Professor of Zoology, University of Texas (1969-1975)

University of Pennsylvania

Adjunct Associate Professor of Biology (1979 -1987)

University of Delaware

Adjunct Professor of Biology (1994 - )

Academy of Natural Sciences

Associate Curator, Curator, then Chairman of Entomology (1975 - present)

University of Montana

Visiting Assistant Professor (summer 1994)

 

EDITORSHIPS

 

Editor, Transactions of the American Entomological Society (1978 - )

Editor, Journal of Orthoptera Research (1989-2000)

Editor, Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (2005 - )

 

Visiting Scientist, Rangeland Insect Laboratory, USDA, Bozeman, Montana (1995)

President, The Orthopterists’ Society, 1989-1993

Member, The Committee of Sciences and the Arts, the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia (1999-2006)

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 

University of Michigan

Teaching Fellow - General Biology

Teaching Fellow - Neurophysiology

Teaching Fellow - Entomology

Teaching Fellow - Animal Behavior

University of Texas

Population and Environmental Biology (Assistant Professor)

Animal Behavior (Assistant Professor)

Ecological Biogeography (Assistant Professor)

Evolution of Social Behavior (Assistant Professor)

Behavior and Evolution (Assistant Professor)

University of Montana

Co-evolution (Assistant Professor)

University of Pennsylvania

Behavioral Ecology (Adjunct Associate Professor)

Academy of Natural Sciences

Entomology (Curator)

Biological Illustration (Curator)

Moore College of Art

Biological Illustration

University of Delaware

Field course in African Wildlife Conservation (Adjunct Professor)

 

DOCTORAL CHAIRMAN

(at University of Texas, Austin)

 

Dr. Nancy Burley, Professor of Biology, University of California, Irvine (animal behavior)

Dr. Anthony Joern, Professor of Biology, University of Nebraska (community ecology)

Dr. Joan Strassmann, Professor of Biology, Rice University (animal behavior)

Dr. William Cade, Brock University, Canada, Professor of Biology and Dean of Science (animal behavior)

 

DOCTORAL COMMITTEES

 

I served on a number of doctoral committees while at the University of Texas, and was an external examiner

for PhD students at Princeton University, the University of Melbourne, Australia, and SUNY Stony Brook.

I was external examiner for two MSc students at Brock University.

Member: Doctoral Committee of John LaPolla, Rutgers University

Member: Doctoral Committe of Lauren Spearman, Rutgers University

 

FIELD EXPERIENCE

 

I have conducted systematic and biogeographic research on insects in the following regions:

 

North America / U.S. Canada and Mexico

Latin America / Argentina, Brazil, Venezuela, Colombia

Caribbean Basin / Hispaniola, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Antigua, Guadalupe, Dominica, Martinique, St

Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada, St. Johns

Australia / Entire continent for 15 months

New Zealand

Hawaii / All islands over a period of 19 years

Galapagos

Pacific Islands / Fiji, New Caledonia, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Palau, Caroline Islands, Society Islands, New

Hebrides

Africa / South Africa, Malawi, Mali, Namibia, Botswana, Kenya, Tanzania, Swaziland

Asia / Malaysia, Borneo, Indonesia

 

SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS

 

American Entomological Society

Association of Pacific Systematists

Pan-American Acridological Society

Orthopterists’ Society (President: 1989-1993; Managing Editor of J. Orthoptera Research: 1993–)

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

(Arranged by Topic and Function)

Statistics: 6289 pages published; 1239 species described (1104 crickets or about 20% of world’s cricket

fauna; 135 grasshoppers)

Color Code:

Books

Junior authorship

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A.     Structure and Function of Organic Diversity

 

1—Communication and Signaling Systems

 

1—A Comparative Study of Communcative Behavior in Grasshoppers. University of Michigan Museum of

Zoology Miscellaneous Publications 141: 1-168. 1970

 

2—Communicative aspects of reproductive behavior in Australian grasshoppers. Australian Journal of

Zoology 20: 139-152. 1972

 

3—Simple vs elaborate behavior in grasshoppers: An analysis of communication in the genus Syrbula.

Behaviour 42: 291-322. 1972

 

4—Effects and functions in the evolution of signaling systems. Annual Reviews of Ecology and Systematics 5:

385-417. 1974

 

5—On the role of intraspecific deception. American Naturalist 109: 239-242. 1975

 

6—On the role of olfaction in sexual and interspecific recognition in crickets. Animal Behaviour 24: 1-6 (D.

Otte and W. Cade). 1975

 

7—Communication in Orthoptera. Chapter 16. In: T. A. Sebeok (ed): How Animals Communicate. Indiana

University Press. pp. 334-361. 1977

 

8—On theories of flash synchronization in fireflies. American Naturalist 116 (4): 587-590. 1980

 

9—Observations on pair formation in Circotettix rabula (Orthoptera: Acrididae: Oedipodinae). Journal of

Orthoptera Research No. 1: 24. 1993

 

10—Evolution of crickets songs. Journal of Orthoptera Research No. 1: 25-49. 1993

 

11—The Crickets of Hawaii: Origin, Systematics and Evolution. Academy of Natural Sciences. 400 pp. 1994

12—Bioacoustics, ecology and systematics of Ecuadorian rainforest crickets (Orthoptera: Gryllidae:

Phalangopsinae), with a description of four new genera and ten new species. Journal of

Orthoptera Research 9: 229-254 (F. Nischk F and D. Otte). 2000

 

2—Origins of Organic Diversity (Speciation, Colonization, etc)

 

13—Speciation in Hawaiian Crickets. pp 482-525 In: D. Otte and J. Endler (eds.), Speciation and its

Consequences. Sinauer Associates. 1989

 

14=11—The Crickets of Hawaii: Origin, Systematics and Evolution. Academy of Natural Sciences. 400 pp. 1994

 

15—Phylogenetic analysis of montane grasshoppers from western North America (Genus Melanoplus,

Acrididae: Melanoplinae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 93 (3): 421-431 (L. L.

Knowles and D. Otte). 2000

 

2—Behavioral Ecology

 

16—Environmentally induced color dimorphisms in grasshoppers. Annals of the Entomological Society of

America 65: 1154-1161 (D. Otte and K. Williams). 1972

 

17—Insect territoriality and its evolution: Population studies of desert grasshoppers on creosote bushes.

Journal of Animal Ecology 44: 29-54, 12 figs. (D. Otte and A. Joern). 1975

 

18—Larrea as a habitat component for desert arthropods. In: The Biology and Chemistry of the Creosote Bush

in the New World Deserts. Mabry, Hunsiker and DiFeo (eds). (Schultz, Enders, and Otte). 1976

 

19—Plant preference and plant succession. A study on the evolution of plant preference in Schistocerca.

Oecologia 18: 129-144. 1976

 

20—On feeding patterns in desert grasshoppers and the evolution of specialized diets. Proceedings of the

Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 128: 89-126. 1977

 

21—Species richness patterns of New World desert grasshoppers in relation to plant diversity. Journal of

Biogeography 3: 197-209. 1976

 

22—Biogeographic patterns in flight capacity of Nearctic grasshoppers (Orthoptera: Acrididae).

Entomological News 90: 153-158. 1979

 

23—The relation between hearing and flying in crickets. Entomological News 101(91): 29-34. 1990

 

24—Assessment of the effects of ants on Hawaiian crickets. Journal of Orthoptera Research 9: 139-148

(LaPolla J, Otte D, and Spearman LA). 2000

 

25=12—Bioacoustics, ecology and systematics of Ecuadorian rainforest crickets (Orthoptera: Gryllidae:

Phalangopsinae), with a description of four new genera and ten new species. Journal of Orthoptera

Research 9: 229-254 (F. Nischk F and D. Otte). 2000

3—Sexual Selection

 

26—The evolution of genitalia and mating behavior in crickets and other Orthoptera. University of

Michigan Museum of Zoology, Miscellaneous Publications 133: 1-62 (R. D. Alexander and D. Otte).

1967

 

27—Synchrony in Texas fireflies with a consideration of male interaction models. Biology of Behavior 2: 143-

158 (D. Otte and J. Smiley). 1977

 

28—Beetle horns: some patterns in functional morphology. pp. 259-292. In: Sexual Selection and Reproductive

Behavior in Insects. Blum and Blum (eds.). Academic Press. (D. Otte and K. Stayman). 1979

 

29—Historical development of sexual selection theory. pp 1-18. In: Sexual Selection and Reproductive

Behavior in Insects. Blum and Blum (eds.). Academic Press. 1979

 

30—Chorusing in Syrbula (Orthoptera: Acrididae). Cooperation, interference competition or concealment?

Entomological News 90: 159-165. 1979

 

31—Beetles adorned with horns. Natural History Magazine 89: 34-41. 1980

 

32—Alternation calling and spacing patterns in the field cricket Acanthogryllus fortipes (Orthoptera:

Gryllidae). Canadian Journal Zoology 60(11): 2916-2920 (W. Cade and D. Otte). 1982

 

B.    DOCUMENTING THE MAGNITUDE OF BIOTIC DIVERSITY

 

1—Original Descriptions of Organic Diversity

 

NORTH AMERICA

 

33—Descriptions of new North American gomphocerine grasshoppers (Gomphocerinae: Acrididae).

Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 131: 231-243. 1979

 

34—Revision of the grasshopper genera Silvitettix and Compsacris (Gomphocerinae: Acrididae). Proceedings

of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 131: 257-288. 1979

 

35—Revision of the grasshopper tribe Orphulellini (Gomphocerinae: Acrididae). Proceedings of the Academy

of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 131: 52-88. 1979

 

36—Review of the genus Sinaloa (Acrididae: Melanoplinae): Syntopy and allopatry in the lowlands of

western Mexico. Journal of Orthoptera Research 11(2) 135-155. (D. Otte and T. J. Cohn). 2002

 

37—Studies of

Melanoplus. 1. Review of the Viridipes Group (Acrididae: Melanoplinae). Journal of Orthoptera Research 11(2):

91-118. 2002

 

38—Revision of the Dichroplus Maculipennis species group (Orthoptera: Acridoidea: Melanoplinae).

Transactions of the American Entomological Society 129(1): 133-162 (M. Cigliano and D. Otte).

2003

 

39—Revision of the genus Pedies Saussure (Orthoptera: Acridoidea: Melanoplinae). Transactions of the

American Entomological Society 129(1): 111-132 (M. Cigliano and D. Otte). 2003

 

40—Revision of the Melanopline genus Aidemona Brunner von Wattenwyl (Orthoptera: Acridoidea:

Melanoplinae). Transactions of the American Entomological Society 129(2): 315-328 (M. Cigliano

and D. Otte). 2003

 

41—The singing insects of Michigan. Great Lakes Entomologist 5: 33 - 69 (R. D. Alexander, A. Pace and D.

Otte). 1972

 

42—The North American Grasshoppers. Vol. 1. Acrididae: Gomphocerinae and Acridinae. Harvard University

Press. 272 pp. 1981

 

43—The North American Grasshoppers. Vol. 2. Oedipodinae. Harvard University Press. 366 pp. 1984

 

44—Orthoptera (Saltatoria) of the United States and Canada. p. 63-70. IN: Systematics of the North American

Insects and Arachnids: Status and Needs, ed., M. Kosztarab and C. W. Schaefer. Virginia

Agricultural Experiment Station Information Series 90-1. Blacksburg. 1990

 

45=12Bioacoustics, ecology and systematics of Ecuadorian rainforest crickets (Orthoptera: Gryllidae:

Phalangopsinae), with a description of four new genera and ten new species. Journal of

Orthoptera Research 9: 229-254 (F. Nischk F and D. Otte). 2000

 

46—Mexitettix and Mexacris, two new genera of grasshoppers from eastern Mexico (Acrididae:

Melanoplinae). Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 156: 305-340. 2007

 

CARIBBEAN AND CENTRAL AMERICA

 

47New grasshopper genera and species from the Dominican Republic (Hispaniola) (Acridoidea:

Acrididae). Transactions of the American Entomological Society 121: 153-171 (D. Perez, G.

Dominici, B. Hierro and D. Otte). 1995

 

48—Yoyuteris n. gen. from Cuba and Dominican Republic (Orthoptera: Gryllidae: Phalangopsinae).

Transactions of the American Entomological Society 122: 227-236. (A. Ruiz and D. Otte). 1996

 

49A revision of the genus Cophus Saussure 1874, from Cuba and a new genus and new species

(Orthoptera: Gryllidae: Phalangopsinae). Transactions of the American Entomological Society

122: 237-247. (A. Ruiz and D. Otte). 1996

 

50Revision of the West Indian genus Amphiacusta Saussure 1874, with descriptions of twenty new

species (Orthoptera: Grylloidea: Phalagopsidae) Ann. Soc. Entomol. France (N.S.) 33(1): 101-

128 (L. Dessutter-Grandcolas and D. Otte). 1997

 

51—Espagnolopsis and Espagnolina, Two new genera of Eumastacid grasshoppers (Orthoptera:

Eumastacidae: Episactinae) from Hispaniola. Journal of Orthoptera Research 6: 153-160 (D. E.

Perez, B. Hierro and D. Otte). 1997

 

52New Eumastacid grasshopper taxa (Orthoptera: Eumastacidae: Episactinae) from Hispaniola,

including a fossil new genus and species from dominican amber. Journal of Orthoptera

Research 6: 139-151 (D. E. Perez, B. Hierro, G. O. Dominici and D. Otte). 1997

 

53New genera and species of greater Antillean Grouse Locusts (Orthoptera: Tetrigidae: Cladonotinae).

Journal of Orthoptera Research 7: 189-204 (D. Perez and D. Otte). 1998

 

54A New Species of Choriphyllum Serville (Orthoptera: Tetrigidae: Cladonotinae) from the Bahamas.

Transactions of the American Entomological Society 125(4): 453-458. (Perez-Gelabert DE and Otte

D). 1999

 

55Dos nuevas especies de saltamontes del genero Dellia Stal (Orthoptera: Acrididae) de la Republica

Dominicana. Novitates Caribaea 1: 1-13 (Daniel E. Perez-Gelabert and Daniel Otte). 1999

 

56—Tergoceracris, a new genus and six new species of montane grasshoppers from Dominican Republic

and Puerto Rico (Orthoptera: Acrididae: Ommatolampinae). Zootaxa 155: 1-31. (Perez-

Gelabert DE and Otte D). 2003

 

57—Duartettix montanus: A new genus and species of high mountain grasshopper (Acrididae:

Melanoplinae) from Dominican Republic. Journal of Orthoptera Research 9: 129-134 (Perez-

Gelabert DE and Otte D). 2000

 

58—Crickets of the Caribbean (D. Otte and D. Perez-Gelabert); IN PREPARATION (2008)

 

AUSTRALIA AND PACIFIC ISLANDS

 

59—The Australian Crickets (Orthoptera: Gryllidae). Academy of Natural Sciences Monograph No. 22. 477 pp.

(D. Otte and R. D. Alexander). 1983

 

60=11—The Crickets of Hawaii: Origin, Systematics and Evolution. Academy of Natural Sciences. 400 pp. 1994

 

61—The crickets of Norfolk and Lord Howe Islands. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of

Philadelphia 137: 79-101 (D. Otte and D. C. Rentz). 1985

 

62—Crickets of New Caledonia. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 139: 375-475

(D. Otte, R. Alexander and C. Cade). 1987

 

63—Bark crickets of the western Pacific region (Gryllidae: Pteroplistinae). Proceedings of the Academy of

Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 140(2): 281-334. 1988

 

64—New Species of Gryllus (Orthoptera: Grylloidea: Gryllidae) from the Galapagos Islands. Journal of

Orthoptera Research 6: 161-174 (D. Otte and S.B. Peck). 1997

 

65—A new blind Anurogryllus from the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador (Gryllidae: Brachytrupinae). Journal of

Orthoptera Research 7: 227-229 (D. Otte and S.B. Peck). 1998

 

66—Crickets of the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador (Orthoptera: Gryllidae: Nemobiinae). Journal of Orthoptera

Research 7: 231-240 (D. Otte and S.B. Peck). 1998

 

67—Two new introduced species of Trigonidiinae recorded from Maui and Hawaii (Grylloidea, Gryllidae,

Trigonidiinae).

Bishop Museum Occasional Papers Number 73: 47-53 (D. Otte, T. de Carvalho, and K. Shaw). 2003

 

68—Three new species of the Cricket genus Trigonidium in Hawaii (Orthoptera: Gryllidae: Trigonidiinae).

Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 155:29-34†(Carvalho, T. de & D.

Otte). 2006

 

69—New cricket species from the Fiji islands (Orthoptera: Grylloidea). Proceedings of the Academy of Natural

Sciences of Philadelphia 156: 217-303 (D. Otte and G. Cowper). 2007

 

70—New species of Cardiodactylus from the western Pacific region (Grillidae: Eneopterinae). Proceedings of

the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 156: 341-400. 2007

 

AFRICA

 

71—African Crickets (Gryllidae). 1. Teleogryllus of eastern and southern Africa. Proceedings of the Academy

of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 135: 102-127 (D. Otte and W. Cade). 1983

 

72—African Crickets (Gryllidae). 2. Afrogryllopsis Randell and Neogryllopsis n. gen. of eastern and southern

Africa. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 135: 218-235. 1983

 

73—African Crickets (Gryllidae). 3. On the African species of Velarifictorus Randell (Gryllinae,

Modicogryllini). Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 135: 241-253 (D.

Otte and W. Cade). 1983

 

74—African Crickets (Gryllidae). 4. The genus Platygryllus from eastern and southern Africa (Gryllinae,

Gryllini). Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 136: 45-66. 1984

 

75—African Crickets (Gryllidae). 5. On the East and South African species of Modicogryllus and several

related genera (Gryllinae: Modicogryllini). Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of

Philadelphia 136: 67-97. 1984

 

76—African Crickets (Gryllidae). 6. On the genus Gryllus and some related genera (Gryllinae, Gryllini).

Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 136: 99-122. 1984

 

77—African Crickets (Gryllidae). 7. The genus Cryncus. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of

Philadelphia 137: 129-142. 1985

 

78—African Crickets (Gryllidae). 8. Further notes on the genus Velarifictorus. Proceedings of the Academy of

Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 137: 143-152. 1985

 

79—African Crickets (Gryllidae). 9. New genera and species of Brachytrupinae and Gryllinae. Proceedings

of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 139: 315-374. 1987

 

80—New genera, species and records of east and southern African tree crickets (Oecanthinae). Annals of the

Transvaal Museum 34: 469-521 (R. Toms and D. Otte). 1988

 

81—New species and records of east and southern African crickets (Orthoptera: Gryllidae). Annals of the

Transvaal Museum 34: 405-468 (D. Otte, R. Toms, and W. Cade). 1988

 

82—A new species of Damaracheta (Gryllidae: Gryllinae). Journal of Orthoptera Research 7: 241-243 (D. Otte

and Matthias Hennig). 1998

 

3—Fixing Taxonomic Mistakes

(most revisionary studies also accomplish this task)

 

83—New status for Circotettix coconino Rehn (Orthoptera: Acrididae: Oedipodinae). Journal of Orthoptera

Research No. 1: 115. 1993

 

84Gryllus texensis, a new species from Texas (Orthoptera: Gryllidae: Gryllinae). Transactions of the

American Entomological Society 126(1):117-123 (W. Cade and D. Otte). 2000

 

85—Gryllodes sigillatus (Walker) is a valid species distinct from Gryllodes supplicans (Walker). Transactions of

the American Entomological Society 132(1-2): 223-227. 2006

 

4—Comprehensive Treatments of Regional Faunas

 

86=59—The Australian Crickets (Orthoptera: Gryllidae). Academy of Natural Sciences Monograph No. 22. 477

pp. (D. Otte and R. D. Alexander). 1983

 

89=11—The Crickets of Hawaii: Origin, Systematics and Evolution. Academy of Natural Sciences. 400 pp. 1994

 

88=42—The North American Grasshoppers. Vol. 1. Acrididae: Gomphocerinae and Acridinae. Harvard University

Press. 272 pp. 1981

 

89=43—The North American Grasshoppers. Vol. 2. Oedipodinae. Harvard University Press. 366 pp. 1984

 

90=58—Crickets of the Caribbean. Academy of Natural Sciences Monographs (D. Otte and D. Perez-

Gelabert); IN PREPARATION (2007 OR 2008)

 

5—Cataloging Organic Diversity

 

91—The primary types of Orthoptera (Saltatoria, Blattodea, Phasmatodea and Mantodea) at the Academy

of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of

Philadelphia 130: 26-87. 1978

 

92—Orthoptera Species File. 1. Crickets (Grylloidea)[of the World]. Academy of Natural Sciences. 120 pp. 1994

 

93—Orthoptera Species File. 2. Grasshoppers (Acridomorpha) A. Eumastacoidea, Trigonopterygoidea,

Pneumoroidea. Academy of Natural Sciences. 162 pp. 1994

 

94—Orthoptera Species File. 3. Grasshoppers (Acridomorpha) B. Pamphagoidea. Academy of Natural Sciences.

241 pp. 1994

 

95—Orthoptera Species File. 4. Grasshoppers (Acridomorpha) C. Acridoidea (part). Academy of Natural Sciences.

518 pp. 1995

 

96—Orthoptera Species File. 5. Grasshoppers (Acridomorpha) D. Acridoidea (part). Academy of Natural

Sciences. 630 pp. 1995

 

97—Orthoptera Species File. 6. Tetrigoidea and Tridactyloidea. Academy of Natural Sciences. 261 pages. 1997

 

98—Orthoptera Species File. 7. Tettigonioidea. Academy of Natural Sciences. 373 pp. 1997

 

99—Orthoptera Species File. 8. Gryllacrididae, Stenopelmatidae, Cooloolidae, Schizodactylidae, Anastostomatidae

and Rhaphidophoridae. Publication of the Orthopterists’ Society. 97 pp. 2000.

 

100—CD: An Illustrated Catalog of Orthoptera. Volume I. The Tettigonioidea (Katydids or bush-crickets).

The Orthopterists’ Society at the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia. (This is

synonymic catalog to all known species) (P. Naskrecki and D. Otte). 1999

 

101—Phasmida Species File: Catalog of Stick and Leaf Insects of the World. CD-ROM / PDF. The Orthopterists’

Society (D. Otte and P. Brock). 2004

 

102—Mantida Species File: Catalog of the Mantids of the World. Insect Diversity Association Publication No. 1:

489 pp. (D. Otte and L. Spearman). 2005

 

103—Phasmida Species File: Catalog of Stick and Leaf Insects of the World. Second Edition. Insect Diversity

Association Publication. 414 pp. (D. Otte and P. Brock). 2005

 

C. PUBLISIZING ORGANIC DIVERSITY VIA THE INTERNET

 

104—Orthoptera Species File Online. Catalog to the World’s species of Orthoptera/Saltatoria. [http://

viceroy.eeb.uconn.edu/Orthoptera] Complete bibliographic references for 28,000 species. (P.

Naskrecki and D. Otte). 1997

 

105—Orthoptera Species File Online, Version 2. (Daniel Otte, David Eades and Piotr Naskrecki) http://

osf2.orthoptera.org. 2007

 

D. SUMMARIES FOR GENERAL AUDIENCES

 

106—Editor: Speciation and its Consequences. Sinauer Associates (D. Otte and J. Endler, editors). 1989

 

107—The Birds of North America. Alan Poole editor, American Ornithologists Union (ILLUSTRATOR). 1992

 

108—Behavioral Guide to African Mammals by R. D. Estes, University of California Press. (ILLUSTRATOR).

1991

 

109—The Safari Companion: A Guide to Watching African Mammals by R. D. Estes, Chelsea Green Publishing

Co., Post Mills, VT. (ILLUSTRATOR). 1992

 

110—Collecting at night in Africa. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 126(3+4): 275-278. 2000

 

111—Species and Speciation: An Overview — chapter in The Encylopedia of Life Sciences. Nature Publishing

Group / www.els.net/els. 2002

 

112—Crickets — chapter in Encyclopedia of Insects. Pp. 265-269 (R. D. Alexander and D. Otte). 2003

 

113—Crickets on Islands — chapter in Encyclopedia of Islands. University of California Press (in Press)