Research on the Biology of Shrimps and Marine Habitats

                           (Raymond T. Bauer)

Ray Bauer with ULL doctoral student (now Dr.) Tyler Olivier on the Atchafalaya River in a study on shrimp migrations
Caribbean cay and surrounding seagrass meadow


Book on Caridean Shrimps
Bauer, R.T. (March, 2004).  Remarkable Shrimps: Natural History and Adaptations of the Carideans. University of Okalahoma Press, Norman.  (hardcover, 270 pp., >100 figures, 8 color and half-tone plates)(ISBN-0-8061-3555-7, $59.95). Order book at University of Oklahoma Press or call 800-627-7377 or fax 800-735-0476


                              Short Courses on Shrimp Biology Offered                  Fulbright Foundation Grant Activities: Brazil

 October 2012 shrimp course professors, Ubatuba Bay, Brazil (left to right, Adilson Fransozo, Fernando Zara, Rogerio Costa, Ray Bauer, Fernando Mantelatto, Tony Castillo)
Fishing Vessels and Scenery, Ubatuba Bay, Brazil


Major areas of research

General Biology of Caridean and Penaeoid Shrimps

Mating Behavior and Strategies


Hermaphroditism and Sex Change

Antifouling (Grooming) Behavior

Sperm Transfer

Latitudinal Variation in Breeding Patterns

Fauna of Seagrass Meadows

Coloration and Camouflage

River shrimp migrations

Student Research

Contact Ray Bauer

About Ray Bauer

References Cited and pdf reprints of all Bauer & Collaborator publications

Short Summary of Bauer Research Interests

Last Update: January 26, 2016