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Margrit E. McIntosh

I am an ecologist researching plant-insect interactions, and I recently completed my Ph.D. at the University of Arizona. In earlier years I was a software analyst and systems administrator for Pacific Bell, and before that I pursued graduate studies in English Literature and Library Science at U.C. Berkeley.

Currently I work in web design and tech support, but I am also continuing my research on cactus-specialist bees. My research was featured by UA News Services in 2000, and mentioned in a Science News article (pdf file) on native pollinators in 2007.

I make my home in Tucson, Arizona. Image: Margrit with large barrel cactus

email: memcinto@email.arizona.edu

Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
1041 E. Lowell St.; BioSciences West 310
University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721

Ph.D. 2001 University of Arizona
Dissertation: Interactions between cactus-specialist solitary bees and their host cacti.

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Last Updated: March 2007
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