Robert S. Egan
Joined UNO Faculty
University of Colorado-
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I retired August 31, 2012, so I am no longer teaching regular courses in the Biology Department.
To see information on graduate student theses (Master of Arts or Master of Science) completed under my direction, click on the button below.
Graduate Student Theses
In my retirement I am continuing my research interests in the systematics, ecology and phytogeography of the lichen-forming fungi and other cryptogamic plants. My research in lichen taxonomy utilizes traditional morphological approaches as well as data from TLC chemical analyses. I maintain a lichen herbarium of approximately 19,000 identified specimens cataloged on computer databases.
My current research efforts revolve around treatments of the genera Pseudevernia, Punctelia, Flavopunctelia, Everniastrum and Parmotrema species in Mexico.
For more research information and a list of WWW links on lichens, click here
For a complete listing of service activities in earlier years, click on the button below.
Previous Service Activities
[I last updated this web site on September 10, 2012]