Alex receives the Luther W. and Bernice L. Thompson Distinguished Teaching Award. This award is given each year to recognize a faculty member who has come to Gettysburg within the past several years and whose teaching is recognized as outstanding by faculty colleagues. Click here for link to the news story
Our review paper entitled "The influence of signaling conspecific and heterospecific neighbors on eavesdropper pressure." was published in Frontiers Ecology and Evolution!
Paula A. Trillo Tiffany L. Lam
Christopher S. Benson Oliver H. Pickering
Michael S. Caldwell David M. Logue
This article is part of the research topic How Enemies Shape Communication Systems: Sensory Strategies of Prey to Avoid Eavesdropping Predators and Parasites. Click here to read other related articles.
Figure 1. Representative output from a model that predicts the number of eavesdroppers that will attack a focal individual (EF) of prey type 1, in an aggregation containing varying numbers of type 1 and type 2 signaling prey
Welcome to the lab Lidia Molina Serpas!
Our paper "Adaptive changes in sexual signaling in response to urbanization." was published in Nature Ecology & Evolution!
Wouter Halfwerk Michiel Blaas
Lars Kramer Nadia Hijner
Paula A. Trillo Ximena E. Bernal
Rachel A. Page Sandra Goutte
Michael J. Ryan Jacintha Ellers
Check out our video abstract from the
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI) YouTube page!
Listen to Dr. Alex Trillo give an interview about this
research on the NPR podcast Science Friday.
Brian Ruether presents his X-Sig summer research at the X-Sig research conference and the UMBC undergraduate conference. All in the same weekend! Great job Brian!
Welcome to the lab Cartier Jankura and Oliver Pickering!