collaboration with Brent Eskridge from SNU has lead to
three presentations this summer, here,
- David Bierbach just had a nice book
chapter on Audience effects come out.
received a grant from the OU Research Council to
continue working on the life histories of population
hybrids between surface and cave living Poecilia
- In 1999, Ingo
paper on a unique orange tumor found in a single
male from the San Marcos River in Texas and females
preferences for that male. We never imagined we would
find another male like this, but in August of 2013 we
has a new
paper with Brian Langerhans titled "Sexual
selection paves the road to sexual isolation during
ecological speciation" in the journal Evolutionary
paper on male mate choice is now published
in PeerJ, a new open-access journal with an
innovative business model that makes it much cheaper to
- A new paper by David Bierbach et al.
just came out in the approved version on
out the paper and also the innovative format of
- Hailing from Heidelberg University, Andreas is another
visiting student from Germany.
- Elizabeth Hardy,
a Master's student, is joining the lab this semester.
- Ana from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
is also visiting for a couple of months.
- Visiting from the University of Potsdam in Germany is
Ulrike, a Master's student working on the effects of
female choice on female fitness. She will be here for 6
- The paper by Ingo
et al on translocations of cave mollies is now out in
- The Ethology
paper by Sabrina and Ingo
on non-visual mate choice in Cave mollies is now
- Congratulations to Amber
for her recent paper in Animal Behaviour!