The way the course is set up is that Professor Bone teaches the first half of the semester, and Dustin Rubenstein teaches the second half of the semester.
Professor Bone introduced herself as an invertebrate biologist at the beginning of the semester, and proved that she is not familiar with much more than that. It was common during lectures for students to correct her, or for her to ask students what the answer to a question was because "they've probably read the textbook more recently than me." The lectures, rather than enhancing the textbook through additional material, or focusing the material in the textbook to look at the main points of the text, seemed instead to gloss over all of the topics (regardless of importance) with the addition of more confusing or incorrect analysis.
The two quizzes that we had were poorly written, unclear, and the distribution of points was not indicative of the material from the lectures, textbook, or review materials provided by the professor and TAs. Generally speaking, one measure of a well-written test is that students do not need to ask many (if any) questions during the test, but both of the quizzes were filled with ambiguous or unclear questions that forced students to ask the professor for further clarification.
This course has taken a fall from glory now that Shahid Naeem no longer teaches it, and all students should carefully consider whether or not they need the course before registering.