News

December 2020

New paper accepted:

Consuming costly prey: optimal foraging and the role of compensatory growth. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution - in press.

November 2020

Congratulations to Luke Collins and Katie Jeffress for successfully completing and submitting their MSc by Research thesis

July 2020

Congratulations to Rich Beason for having his third PhD output published:

Tidying up the cluttered understorey: Foraging strategy mediates bat activity responses to invasive rhododendron. Forest Ecology and Management 475: 118392

June 2020

Now out in final form:

Sulphide-toxic habitats are not refuges from parasite infections in an extremophile fish. Acta Oecologica 106: 103602

May 2020

Now out in final form:

Water pollution affects fish community structure and alters evolutionary trajectories of invasive guppies (Poecilia reticulata). Science of the Total Environment 730: 138912

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New paper accepted:

Aspects of the life history of the Tamesí molly, Poecilia latipunctata, from two populations in the Río Tamesí drainage in northeastern México. Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad - in press.

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Congratulations to Francesco Santi for having his third PhD thesis chapter out in print:

A century later: adaptive plasticity and rapid evolution contribute to geographic variation in invasive mosquitofish. Science of the Total Environment 726: 137908

April 2020

New paper accepted:

Water pollution affects fish community structure and alters evolutionary trajectories of invasive guppies (Poecilia reticulata). Science of the Total Environment - in press.

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Congratulations to Dr. Francesco Santi who passed his (social distancing-style) Viva with minor corrections yesterday - Well done!

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Now out in print:

Multiple traits and multifarious environments: integrated divergence of morphology and life history. Oikos 129(4): 480-492

March 2020

Congratulations to Francesco Santi for having his third PhD thesis chapter accepted for publication:

A century later: adaptive plasticity and rapid evolution contribute to geographic variation in invasive mosquitofish. Science of the Total Environment - in press

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Congratulations to Rich Beason for having his second PhD output fully published:

Temporal Pass Plots: an intuitive method for visualising activity patterns of bats and other vocalising animals. Ecological Indicators 113: 106202

February 2020

We contributed to the Oikos Blog by summarizing our recent article and describing the hazards of fieldwork: Disentangling the divergence of morphology and life history

January 2020

Congratulations to Francesco Santi for having his second thesis chapter out in final form:

Phenotypic differentiation in a heterogeneous environment: morphological and life-history responses to ecological gradients in a livebearing fish. Journal of Zoology 310(1): 10-23

December 2019

Congratulations to Francesco Santi for having his first thesis chapter out in final form:

Geographical and temporal variation of multiple paternity in invasive mosquitofish (Gambusia holbrooki, Gambusia affinis). Molecular Ecology 28(24): 5315–5329.

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New paper accepted:

Multiple traits and multifarious environments: integrated divergence of morphology and life history. Oikosin press

November 2019

Congratulations to Emily Vella who successfully completed her Masters by Research, well done!

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Congratulations to Dr. Rich Beason who passed his Viva yesterday! Well done, and it has been a pleasure serving as one of your supervisors.

October 2019

Congratulations to Francesco Santi for having his first paper fully published:

Life histories of guppies (Poecilia reticulata Peters, 1869; Poeciliidae) from the Pitch Lake in Trinidad. Caribbean Journal of Science 49(2-3): 255-262.