Field Biology Electronic Field Guides

Brandeis University
Waltham, Massachusetts
Created by students of Dan L. Perlman

perlman@brandeis.edu

Here are some of the final projects that students have created in the Field Biology class at Brandeis University over the past few years.  Enjoy!

Ant and Treehopper, Newton, Massachusetts (photo by Dan L. Perlman)

Trees

Conifers:  Peter Kenlan (2002)

Deciduous Trees: Jill Clapp-Hansen and Olivia Siegel (2005)

Hardwood TreesEmily Watterworth (2002)

 

Edible, Medicinal, and Useful Plants

Edible Plants and Potentially Edible Fungi: Hannah Ramer, Emily Silver, Limor Weizmann (2006)

Edible Plants:  Chris Bersbach and Lisa Leombruni (2002)

Edible Plants:  Vanessa Anik (2003)

Medicinal Plants: Sharon Barotz and Carrie Bilodeau (2004)

Medicinal Plants:  Nicholas Sylvain (2003)

Survival Plants: Rachel Gold and Aysu Uygur (2006)

Practical Plants: Pesha Black and Micah Hahn (2004)

 

Wildflowers

Wildflowers: Katerina Kimonis and Rachel Kramer (2004)

Wildflowers:  Rachel Gould and Karen Lutsky (2003)

Wildflowers:  Alicia diVittorio and Mia Lefkowitz (2002)

 

Other Plants

Non-native Plants:  Shu-Yee Chen and Deborah Hamer (2003)

Invasive and Exotic Plants: Amanda Verrill and Abigail Wolf (2005)

Aquatic Plants: Akiva Fishman and Katie Kelly-Hankin (2006)

Shrubs: Jenny Burgman and Michael Kriegel (2005)

Shrubs: Omri Ayalon and Ben Upin (2004)

Vines:  Mara Cohen (2003)

Ferns: Nasim Gorji (2002)

 

Fungi

Fungi: Julie Miller and Camille Stevens-Rumann (2005)

Fungi: Maya Goldin-Perschbacher (2002)

Fungi: Rob Jackel (2002)

 

Galls

Galls:  Bill Gynan (2003)

Galls:  Rachel Fath and Han Huang (2001)

 

Animals

Birds: Matt Kamm and Ben Kuss (2006)

Beetles: Yoni Resnick (2002)

Spiders:  Nina Savransky and Jennifer Suhd-Brondstatter (2006)

Spiders: Heidi Montanari (2002)

Arachnids: Jason Cohen and Susan Weiner (2004)

 

 

Sweat bee, Newton, Massachusetts (Photo by Dan L. Perlman)