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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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Hot off the press Social attraction in larval green and golden bell frogs Animal social behaviour is one of my major research interests, and why animals form social groups. Group formation (including pairs) has evolved independently in numerous different species. … Continue reading

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Field notes It is time for some belated field notes, since I am already back in the lab. I had a very busy and exciting field season, working on several aspects of the social behaviour of the sleepy lizard, Tiliqua … Continue reading

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