Members in Aquatic Invertebrates Research Group

Staff

photoKaori Wakabayashi (Assistant Professor)
Email: kaoriw (at) hiroshima-u.ac.jp
My interests are in the life history and its evolutionary patterns of marine invertebrates. Current research projects are to develop (1) a technique for sustainable seed production of slipper lobsters and (2) a technique for land-based production of sea urchin roe.

Students

photoYoshiakira Iinuma (MSc)
Home country: Gifu
Favorite aquatic animals: catfish
Hobby: mountain bike
Research project:Relationships between phronimid amphipods and host zooplankton


photoRyuuichi Sugimoto (Undergraduate)
Home country: Tottori
Favorite aquatic animals: goldfish, guppy, etc.
Hobby: running
Research project:Development of an artificial food planktonic larvae of fan lobsters


photoMiki Noguchi (Undergraduate)
Home country: Fukuoka
Favorite aquatic animals: oyster, squid
Hobby: cooking, drawing
Research project:Effect of feeding density on growth of ephyrae in the genus Aurelia


photoMikito Inoue (Undergraduate)
Home country: Mie
Favorite aquatic animals: jack mackerel
Hobby: fishing
Research project:in preparation


photoAkari Yoshimoto (Undergraduate)
Home country: Ehime
Favorite aquatic animals: jellyfish, giant isopod
Hobby: board games
Research project:in preparation


Research Assistant

photoBenjamin Yew
Language: English, Mandarin, Cantonese
Favorite aquatic animals: jellyfish, lobster



photoAoi Yoshimatsu
Home country: Hiroshima
Favorite aquatic animals: carp
Hobby: Hot stone spa, camping

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