Welcome to the Evolutionary Biology Group
|12.02.2014||New study accepted in Behavioral Ecology by Boos S, Meunier J, Pichon S and Kölliker M. "Maternal care provides anti-fungal protection to eggs in the European earwig".|
|12.02.2014||New study accepted in Ecological Entomology by Menzel F, Kriesell H and Witter V. "Parabiotic ants: the costs and benefits of symbiosis".|
Excursion Alpen/Berchtesgaden SoSe 2014
Within the Bachelor Moduls 14a we offer in SoSe 2014 an excursion Alpen/Berchtesgaden.
Date: 24.-27. June 2014
Portion of costs for each student: about 150 EUR
The excursion is first of all offered to participants of the Modul 14a "Evolution und Verhaltensökologie der Tiere" in SoSe 2014.
Students who do not partcipate in this modul but have interest in taking part in the excursion can register until April, 29th in the secretary Evolutionsbiologie:
The preliminary discussion is on April, 28th 2014, 8.30h in HS 18a, Becherweg 7.
|18.01.2014||New study accepted in Chemoecology by Menzel F, Orivel J, Kaltenpoth M, Schmitt T. "What makes you a potential partner? Insights from convergently evolved ant-ant symbioses".|
|05.01.2014||New study accepted in ZooKeys by Seifer B, Kleeberg I, Feldmeyer B, Pamminger T, Jongepier E and Foitzik S. "Temnothorax pilagens sp. n. – a new slave-making species of the tribe Formicoxenini from North America (Hymenoptera, Formicidae)".|
|11.11.2013||New study accepted in The American Naturalist by Falk J, Wong JWY, Kölliker M and Meunier J. "Sibling cooperation in earwig families provides insights into the early evolution of social life".|
|05.10.2013||New study accepted in Ethology by Binz H, Bucher R, Entling MH and Menzel F. "Knowing the risk: wood crickets differentiate between spider predators of different size and commonness".|
|04.10.2013||New study accepted in PLoS one by Pamminger T, Foitzik S, Kaufmann KC, Schützler N and Menzel F. "Worker personality and its association with spatially structured division of labor".|
|13.08.2013||New study accepted in Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology by Kramer B, Scharf I and Foitzik S. "The role of per-capita productivity in the evolution of small colony sizes in ants".|
|02.08.2013||New study accepted in Molecular Ecology by Feldmeyer B, Elsner D and Foitzik S. "Gene expression patterns associated with caste and reproductive status in ants: worker-specific genes are more derived than queen-specific ones".|