Lynn BonomoGraduate Student

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Gut microbiome, Co-evolution of toxins and ability of animals to process toxins, Microbial ecology Javier Ceja-Navarro
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Lynn Bonomo is a PhD student advised by Javier A. Ceja-Navarro. She is researching the gut microbiome of coffee berry borer beetles and how altering their gut microbiome affects their ability to ingest caffeine. Her research uses metagenomics and culturing to research how bacteriophages affect caffeine absorption.

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Selected Publications
  1. Soong, G.Y. Bonomo, L.J., Reimer, J.D., and Gosliner, T.M. (2022) “Battle of the bands:
    systematics and phylogeny of the white Goniobranchus nudibranchs with marginal
    bands (Nudibranchia, Chromodorididae).” Zookeys 1083: 169–210.
  2. Tibiriçá, Y., Gosliner, T.M., Bonomo, L.J., and Cervera, J.L. (2021) “Redescription of a forgotten nudibranch Miamira striata (Eliot, 1904) and review of the taxonomic status of the genus Orodoris (Nudibranchia: Chromodorididae: Miamirinae).” Zootaxa 4981 (1): 151–165.
  3. Bonomo, L.J. and Gosliner, T.M. (2020) “Adding stars to the Chromodoris (Nudibranchia, Chromodorididae) galaxy with the description of four new species.” Zootaxa 4819 (3): 401–435.