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
The Jacky lizard (Amphibolurus muricatus) responds to greater plant motion noise by extending the duration of introductory tail flicking, which
Models of signal evolution predict that the threat posed by eavesdropping predators will influence the evolution of signal structure and
Studies have shown that numerous species eavesdrop on the calls of heterospecifics to gain information about predator presence. Responding to
In this project, we aim to examine the multimodal communication of an Australian anuran species, Litoria fallax (the eastern sedge
Many vertebrates use vocalizations to communicate about the presence of predators, and some encode information about predator type or behaviour.
Signaling species occurring in sympatry areoften exposed to similar environmental constraints, so similar adaptations to enhance signal efficacy are expected.