Congratulations to our collaborator A/Prof Yin Qi who has led a successful bid to the Natural Science Foundation of China
The ABG was represented in Brisbane at ASSAB 2018 – the Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour Conference
The Pacific Iguanas (Microlophus occipitalis) are endemic to Ecuador and Peru. They are small sexually dimorphic lizards with remarkable behaviour.
The Peru Pacific Iguana (Microlophus peruvianus) is an endemic lizard from Peru, Ecuador and Chile. They are big lizards with
During the months of May and June, the ABG travelled to the Tibetan Plateau in the Sichuan Province of China,
The ABG recently returned from a combined field trip to New South Wales. The team visited several locations including the
Our Virtual Lens project has attracted media interest with Richard and Snow filmed by Channel Ten. Filming indoors and outdoors
We are pleased to report that Snow’s paper – the Virtual Lens Project method paper – was just published in
The use of movement to communicate is widespread in the animal kingdom, and understanding of the structure and function of
Triple PhD Graduations for the ABG Congratulations to Dr Nicole Butler, Dr Andrea Narvaez and Dr Jose Ramos.