Current affiliation: Princeton UniversitySubject: Life SciencesPrimary location: United States
Published in:Proceedings of The Royal Society B Biological SciencesPublication date:2014-04-16
Ring-tailed lemurs recognize familiar females by matching females' scents and vocalizations.
Published in:Integrating Face and Voice in Person PerceptionPublication date:2012-06-26
Published in:EthologyPublication date:2011-06-27
Decisions After Cache-Recovery in Florida Scrub-Jays
Scrub jays frequently cache food items for future use. Once recovered, these caches can either be recached in a different location for future use o...
Published in:Journal of Animal EcologyPublication date:2006-03-31
Population explosion of an introduced butterfly
Published in:Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial PhysicsPublication date:2009-12-01
Published in:Proceedings of The Royal Society B Biological SciencesPublication date:2008-04-07
Published in:Animal BehaviourPublication date:2015-12-01
We tested the relationships between vocal exchanges and grooming in ring-tailed lemurs.
Lemurs selectively responded to the calls of the conspeci...
Published in:Royal Society Open SciencePublication date:2016-07-01
Published in:Animal BehaviourPublication date:2018-02-01
Published in:Current BiologyPublication date:2018-04-01
Published in:Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B Biological SciencesPublication date:2018-08-13