Snow’s second paper has been accepted by Frontiers in Ecology & Evolution. Check out the abstract below and scroll down
We are pleased to report that Snow’s paper – the Virtual Lens Project method paper – was just published in
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.
The environment in which animal signals are generated has the potential to affect transmission and reliable detection by receivers. To
Habitat characteristics influence the efficacy of animal communication, and population differences insignal structure due to habitat variation are well known
Competition between animals for limited resources often involves signaling to establish ownership ordominance. In some species, the defended resource relates
Sexual selection requires intra-specific variation in the characteristics mediating mate choice. In species reliant on substrate-borne vibrational signalling (SBVS), differences
Several species of stick insects sway from side to side when blown by wind. Although anecdotal evidence suggests this is
Australia’s dragon lizards (Family: Agamidae) employ dynamic visual signals in a variety of contexts but the signalling behaviour of this