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Bryan Tronstad

Our staff: Bryan Tronstad, Invertebrate Collections Manager and Taxonomist

Bryan Tronstad

307-766-3023 | horse3@uwyo.edu

Invertebrate Zoology Program

March 2009 to Present: The invertebrate collections manager and taxonomist is responsible for training field crews on collecting and preserving procedures, training laboratory technicians on the proper methods to process and label specimens, teaching students and technicians how to identify invertebrate groups, creating and updating taxonomic keys and guides, organizing collections, ensuring specimens are properly stored and labeled, working in the field, and foremost, identifying specimens collected.


B.S. Animal Science, Montana State University, May 2000.
M.S. Master of Science in Library and Information Studies, University of Alabama, May 2003.

Research Interests

Insects, pollinators, snails, mussels, crustaceans, and other invertebrates.


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