Triple PhD Graduations for the ABG Congratulations to Dr Nicole Butler, Dr Andrea Narvaez and Dr Jose Ramos.
For animals to communicate effectively, signals are required to be successfully detected by an intended receiver across the extent of
Visual signalling is used during inter and intra specific interactions, and has evolved toward complex, diverse and highly species-specific displays.
Species aggregations within communities can be influenced by several processes, which operate over different spatial and temporal scales. We sampled
We investigated variation in nocturnal ambient temperature of the landscape, the nocturnal body temperature, and retreat site utilisation of restricted,
Thesis submissions December 2016 | Nicole Butler became the first ABG student to submit a PhD thesis: Comparing the Anti-Predator
Many thanks to the National Geographic Society for providing US$18580 in support of our work on Anolis lizards in Ecuador: Habitat structure, competition
Andrea Narvaez is interviewed by Nature and Culture International in regard to her work on Anolis lizards in Ecuador [ http://www.naturalezaycultura.org/spanish/htm/news/2014-11-Anolis.htm ]
Our research investigates two genera of lizards from Ecuador: Anolis and Microlophus. Anolis lizards are diurnally active arboreal lizards found in