San Diego State University
5500 Campanile Drive
San Diego, CA 92182
Education and Background
Ph.D. Entomology. University of Wisconsin-Madison. December 2012. Dissertation title: “Blister Beetles (Coleoptera: Meloidae) of Wisconsin: Distribution and Ecology.” Advisor, Daniel Young.
M.S. Biology-Ecology Program. San Diego State University. May 2005. Thesis title: “Factors Influencing Population Viability of Hermes Copper (Lycaena hermes).” Advisor, Douglas Deutschman.
B.S. Entomology and Wildlife Ecology. University of Wisconsin-Madison. December 1998.
My research interests include organismal, population and community ecology, specifically addressing questions important to natural resource management and conservation. Developing a better understanding of our native species, populations and communities can be critical for effective and efficient management and conservation efforts. My research background primarily consists of working with insects and birds.
Marschalek, D.A., J.A. Jesu and M.E. Berres. accepted. Impact of non-lethal genetic sampling on the survival, longevity and behavior of the Hermes copper (Lycaena hermes) butterfly. Insect Conservation and Diversity.
Marschalek, D.A. and M.W. Klein. 2010. Distribution, ecology, and conservation of Hermes copper (Lycaenidae: Lycaena [Hermelycaena] hermes). Journal of Insect Conservation. 14: 721-730.
Marschalek, D.A. and D.H. Deutschman. 2009. Larvae and oviposition of Hermes copper (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). Journal of Entomological Science. 44: 400-401.
Marschalek, D.A. and D.H. Deutschman. 2008. Hermes copper (Lycaena [Hermelycaena] hermes: Lycaenidae): life history and population estimation of a rare butterfly. Journal of Insect Conservation. 12: 97-105.