Research Institute for Humanity and Nature

Staff Profile

NameHYODO, Fujio
AffiliationResearch Department, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature
PositionProject Researcher
Arrival day2006.4.1
Leaving the office day2007.4.30
Year of Birth1974
Academic CareerGraduate School of Science,Kyoto University,D.Course(2002)
Graduate School of Science,Kyoto University,M.Course(1999)
Faculty of Agriculture,Kyoto University(1997)
Professional CareerTechnical Assistant,Research Institute for Humanity and Nature(2002)
JSPS Postdoctoral Research Fellow,Research Institute for Humanity and Nature(2003-2005)
Project Researcher, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (2006-2007)
Higher DegreesD.Sc.(Kyoto University,2002)
M.Sc.(Kyoto University,1999)
Fields of SpecializationAnimal Ecology
Soil Ecology
Academic Society MembershipsThe Ecological Society of Japan
The Japanese Society of Soil Zoology




Kohmatsu, Y., Tayasu, I., and Hyodo, F. 2007 The commons from the view of water and fish. Akimichi, T. (ed.) Resource Anthropology. Volume 8. Resource Anthropology, 8. Kobundo, Tokyo, pp.39-62. (in Japanese)


【Original Articles】

Yamada, A., Inoue, T., Hyodo, F., Tayasu, I. and Abe, T. 2007 Effects of mound occupation by the meat ant Iridomyrmex sanguineus on the termite Amitermes laurensis in an Australian woodland.. Sociobiology 50:1-19. (reviewed).

Nakagawa, M., Hyodo, F. and Nakashizuka, T. 2007 Effect of forest use on trophic levels of small mammals: an analysis using stable isotopes.. Canadian Journal of Zoology 85:472-478. (reviewed).

Hishi, T., Hyodo, F., Saito, S. and Takeda, T. 2007 The feeding habits of collembola along decomposition gradients using stable carbon and nitrogen isotope analyses. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39:1820-1823. (reviewed).

Brandl, R., Hyodo, F., von Korff Schmising, M., Maekawa, K., Miura, T., Takematsu, Y., Matsumoto, T., Abe, T., Bagine, R. and Kaib, M. 2007 Divergence times in the termite genus Macrotermes (Isoptera: Termitidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 45:239-250. (reviewed).