The use of movement to communicate is widespread in the animal kingdom, and understanding of the structure and function of signals defined by movement has
Research in the Animal Behaviour Group (ABG) covers broad interests in animal behaviour, with both theoretical and applied benefits. Particular attention is paid to the evolution of animal signals in the light of sensory system function and evolutionary processes covering vibratory, acoustic and movement-based visual signals.
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