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Two new publications from the fish-group and the flight lab.
Roach
Roach with landmark placement indicated. Grey points show fixed landmarks and white points semilandmarks

Recently Ben Chapman et al. published a paper which is one of the first  to link migratory strategy and intraspecific variation in body shape. In their study, they find evidence both across and within populations to support their prediction, with individuals from open lakes and migrants from the partially migratory population having a more slender, shallow-bodied morphology than fish from closed lakes and all-year residents.

To the paper in Journal of Animal Ecology: "Shape up or ship out: migratory behaviour predicts morphology across spatial scale in a freshwater fish".

 

The flight lab continues their productive spring, publication wise - this time with a primer on Bat Flight in Current Biology.

 

Latest articles

30/11/2017
Flight speed adjustments in waders
Flight speed adjustments in waders
30/11/2017
Collaborative work on the monitoring of aerofauna
Collaborative work on the monitoring of aerofauna
15/11/2017
Ear size matters
Ear size matters
06/11/2017
The Animal Migration course 2017
The Animal Migration course 2017
02/11/2017
VR grants to CAnMove PIs
VR grants to CAnMove PIs

Centre for Animal Movement Research
Evolutionary Ecology, Department of Biology
Ecology building S-223 62 Lund Sweden