Parker et al. 2016. Transparency in Ecology and Evolution: Real Problems, Real Solutions. Trends in Ecology & Evolution.
Julien discusses his research on video games on Les samedis du monde.
Des joueurs scrutés à la loupe. Actualité UQAM. 13 June.
PhD candidate Julien Céré discusses how he will use game theory to investigate the behaviour of video game players: tinyurl.com/z4vxnep
new Paper: The effect of condition on mate searching speed and copulation frequency in the Cook Strait giant weta.
Kelly & Gwynne. 2016. The effect of condition on mate searching speed and copulation frequency in the Cook Strait giant weta. Behavioural Ecology & Sociobiology 70: 1403–1409.
Worthington & Kelly. 2016. Females gain survival benefits from immune-boosting ejaculates. Evolution 70:928-933.
Julien Céré traded in his research assistant hat for a PhD candidate one. Welcome back on board Julien!
Similarly, Ignacio Solaberrieta - a former undergrad student in the lab - is now working on his MSc.
Clint is giving a talk at Behaviour 2015 (Cairns, Australia) as part of a symposium on weaponry and contest behaviour. His title is "Mating, immunity and weaponry". It's at 2:15 on 13 August.
Nice write-up on our tree weta research in Actualité UQAM by Marie-Claude Bourdon.
Thanks to Kate Craig of Hamilton Thorne for spending two days in our lab setting up our Ceros II Sperm Analysis system. Cricket sperm never looked so good!