Welcome to the behaviour and ecology group

We are a diverse group of biologists studying animal behaviour and population and community ecology. Our research interests range from the sperm competition in birds to host-parasite coevolution, from the adaptive significance of mimicry to the impacts of herbivory in tropical forests. Some of us focus on empirical research in the laboratory and the field, while others are interested in theoretical and statistical modelling. We study (amongst other things) fish, birds, insects and trees.

Please tour our website to find out more about who we are and what we do. We welcome enquiries from anyone interested in our work, so don't hesitate to drop us a line. 

December 2014: PhD applications invited "Pollinators in crisis? The behavioural, ecological and evolutionary consequences of the disappearance of social bees for other pollinators of crops".  Click for more information.


Quick links:
Ben Chapman   Kate Durrant   Markus Eichhorn   David Feary   Francis Gilbert   Andrew MacColl   Tom Reader


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