Peter Hundt, Postdoctoral Research Associate
- B.S., University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
- M.S., University of Minnesota
- Ph.D., University of Minnesota
AIS Area of Interest
I am broadly interested in the biology and ecology of fishes, especially the relationship between feeding structures and diet. At MAISRC, my research focuses on developing selective toxin delivery systems for the control of common carp (Cyprinus carpio).
AIS Species of Study
Current MAISRC projects
- Bajer, P., Beck, M., & Hundt, P. (2018). Effect of non-native versus native invaders on macrophyte richness: are carp and bullheads ecological proxies? Hydrobiolgia.
- Hundt PJ, Hundt MJ, Staley C, Sadowsky MJ, and Simons AM. 2017. The diet and gut microbial communities of two closely related combtooth blennies, Chasmodes saburrae and Scartella cristata. Copeia.
- Egan JP, Chew U-S*, Kuo C-H, Villarroel-Diaz V*, Hundt PJ, Iwinski NH*, Hammer MP, and Simons AM. 2017. Diets and trophic guilds of fishes from shallow marine and estuarine habitats in western Taiwan. Journal of Fish Biology.