From coral reefs to rain forests, deserts to cities, #Australia has something for everyone. Stay in 5 star luxury hotels, or go backpacking & much more

From coral reefs to rain forests, deserts to cities, #Australia has something for everyone. Stay in 5 star luxury hotels, or go backpacking & much more

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AoB PLANTS - The open-access journal for plant sciences. Using Ideas from Behavioural Ecology to Understand Plants

AoB PLANTS - The open-access journal for plant sciences. Using Ideas from Behavioural Ecology to Understand Plants

2014 Doctoral Research Fellowship in Evolutionary Genomics/Behavioural Ecology, Norway ,and applications are submitted till 15th August 2014. University of Oslo is inviting applications for a four year doctoral research fellowship in Evolutioary Genomics/Behavioural Ecology at the Natural History Museum (NHM). - See more at: http://www.scholarshipsbar.com/2014-doctoral-research-fellowship-in-evolutionary-genomics.html#sthash.WuAvtOCl.dpuf

2014 Doctoral Research Fellowship in Evolutionary Genomics/Behavioural Ecology, Norway ,and applications are submitted till 15th August 2014. University of Oslo is inviting applications for a four year doctoral research fellowship in Evolutioary Genomics/Behavioural Ecology at the Natural History Museum (NHM). - See more at: http://www.scholarshipsbar.com/2014-doctoral-research-fellowship-in-evolutionary-genomics.html#sthash.WuAvtOCl.dpuf

Tooling around. The New Caledonian crow—shown here with a tool it crafted—is capable of high-level cognition, researchers report.Credit: Behavioral Ecology Research Group, Oxford

Tooling around. The New Caledonian crow—shown here with a tool it crafted—is capable of high-level cognition, researchers report.Credit: Behavioral Ecology Research Group, Oxford

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Behavioural Ecology class

Behavioural Ecology class

The effects of copulation duration in the bruchid beetle Callosobruchus maculatus  \nEdvardsson and Canal (2006) Behavioural Ecology 17: 430-434    Females did not suffer from long copulations but instead experienced increased lifetime fecundity. Ejaculate size increased with copulation duration. Males that mated first and had long copulations were relatively unsuccessful, and the copulation duration of the second male to mate did not have a significant effect on sperm precedence

The effects of copulation duration in the bruchid beetle Callosobruchus maculatus \nEdvardsson and Canal (2006) Behavioural Ecology 17: 430-434 Females did not suffer from long copulations but instead experienced increased lifetime fecundity. Ejaculate size increased with copulation duration. Males that mated first and had long copulations were relatively unsuccessful, and the copulation duration of the second male to mate did not have a significant effect on sperm precedence

Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss behavioural ecology.

Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss behavioural ecology.

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