Category Archives: Behaviour

Two PhD opportunities

A/Prof. Martin Whiting from Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia is looking for two enthusiastic PhD students to work on two very interesting lizard projects. This is a great opportunity to do a PhD in the awesome Sydney Lizard Lab embedded … Continue reading

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The Australian Geographic Society writes about on their blog. Some more details about the project: Long term monogamy in the sleepy lizard, Tiliqua rugosa. Males and females usually have different reproductive interests resulting in sexual conflict. Hence, monogamy, the mating … Continue reading

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