Jeremiah Seymour

Senior Research Technician (2011 – 2016)

  • Title Senior Research Technician
    (2011 – 2016)
  • Education BA, U Mass Boston

Before joining the Buston Lab, Jeremiah volunteered at the New England Aquarium and earned his undergraduate degree in Psychology from UMass Boston.  In the lab, he served as a full-time technician and worked toward his Masters in animal behavior. He has special expertise in the establishment and maintenance of large-scale marine systems, and in his free time he follows his passions for breeding marine invertebrates, underwater photography and SCUBA diving. On leaving the Buston Lab, Jeremiah became a supervisor at Children’s Aquarium at Fair Park, in Dallas, Texas.

Lab Publications

Seymour, J. M, Barbasch, T. D & Buston, P. M. (2018) Lunar cycles of reproduction in the clown anemonefish Amphiprion percula: individual level strategies and population level patterns. Marine Ecology Progress Series 594: 193-201.

Wong, M. Y. L. P, Uppaluri, C. U, Medina, A. U, Seymour, J M. & Buston, P. M. (2016) The four elements of within group conflict in animal societies: an experimental test using the clownfish. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 70: 1467-1475.

Wong, M. Y. L. P, Medina, A. U, Uppaluri, C. U, Arnold, S. U, Seymour, J. M, & Buston, P. M. (2013) Consistent behavioral traits and behavioral syndromes in pairs of the false clown anemonefish. Journal of Fish Biology 83: 207-213.

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