Arnaud Badiane and Javier Abalos have been awarded a travel grant to attend the ASAB Easter Conference 2016 at Aberystwyth University, where they will present talks on the evolution and function of colour signals in lacertids. Both Arnaud and Javi are on the first year of their PhD, congratulations!
‘Animals in translation: why there is meaning (but probably no message) in animal communication‘, our theoretical paper published in August 2010, continues to be among the most read papers in Animal Behaviour. It was the most read (by downloads) paper of the journal last trimester, and ranked fifth overall for 2011! Click on the title or go to publications for more details. You can also check out our related previous paper ‘Putting information back into biological communication‘, published previously in Journal of Evolutionary Biology.
Lizards found to send secret signals – Australian Geographic.
Martin Whiting’s latest publication on UV communication in Platysaurus hits the headlines, one of the coolest lizards on the planet!