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Tim Lyons

Graduate Student

Email:  tjlyons123@ufl.edu

Degree Sought:  M.S.
Major Professor:  Dr. Jeff Hill

Previous Education

B.S., Marine Science, 2016, University of Florida

Selected Publications

Lyons, T.J., Q.M. Tuckett, and J.E. Hill. 2017. Lower Lethal Temperatures for Two Commonly Traded Species of Lionfish: Implications for Establishment Beyond Pterois volitans and P. miles. In Press, Copeia

Presentations

Lyons, T., Q.M. Tuckett, and J.E. Hill. 2017. Risk screening for “other” lionfishes in the marine ornamental trade. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Tampa, Florida.

Lyons, T., Q.M. Tuckett, and J.E. Hill. 2017. An Evaluation of The “Other” Lionfish in the Marine Ornamental Trade. Marine Aquarium Conference of North America, New Orleans, Louisiana. (poster)

Lyons, T. J., Q. M. Tuckett, and J. E. Hill. 2017. Risk screening for other lionfish in the marine trade. University of Florida Interdisciplinary Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences Graduate Student Symposium. Gainesville, Florida.

Hill, J.E., T. J. Lyons, and Q. M. Tuckett. 2017. Invasiveness risks of the “other” lionfish in the marine ornamental trade. Aquatic Invasive Species in the Southeast. Gulf and South Atlantic Regional Panel on Aquatic Invasive Species.  Raleigh, North Carolina.

Patterson, J., K. Lohr, C. Kilroy, T. J. Lyons, R. Klobuchar, and J. Than. 2016. Adventures in developing ex-situ culture of threatened staghorn coral Acropora cervicornis as a conservation tool. Aquaculture America 2016. Las Vegas, Nevada. (poster)

Awards

2107 Best Poster Award.  Lyons, T., Q.M. Tuckett, and J.E. Hill. An Evaluation of The “Other” Lionfish. Marine  Aquarium Conference of North America, New Orleans, LA. 

2017 AFS Florida Chapter Student Travel Grant recipient

Tim Lyons with blue tilapia

Tim Lyons

Tim Lyons