Daisy Maryon known as Daisy
Current PhD in conservation and ecology
BSc hons – International Wildlife Biology 2012.
PhD student studying the Utila Spiny tailed iguana.
Hourly paid lecturer in biological sciences
Researcher in Herpetology
Currently working in Honduras on Spiny Tailed Iguanas.
Tropical ecology instructor in Borneo/Honduras teaching ecological survey methods in both terrestrial and marine environments and scientific diving techniques.
Field supervisor for dissertation projects in Honduras in Herpetological areas.
I also have experience in many areas of biological and ecological lab and field work, in many different habitats, working on a number of different projects in UK, Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Honduras and Spain.
Distribution and natural history notes on Norops bicaorum (Squamata: Dactyloidae) endemic to Isla de Utila, Honduras – https://www.researchgate.net/publication/318085749_Distribution_and_natural_history_notes_on_Norops_bicaorum_Squamata_Dactyloidae_endemic_to_Isla_de_Utila_Honduras
IUCN species survival commision Iguana specialist group
Currently working on biological and ecological studies of the Critically endangered Iguana (Ctenosaura bakeri) of Utila Honduras in collaboration with Kanahau Utila Research and Conservation Facility.
This includes, population monitoring, behavioural studies, genetic studies and radio telemetry.
This work is supported by the IUCN SSC Iguana specialist group, International Iguana Foundation and Mohamed bin Zayed species conservation fund.
Areas of Expertise
Tropical ecology, Herpetology, invertebrate and zoology, ecology. biological fieldwork
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