Head of Division
Prof. Dr. Michael Taborsky

Institut für Ökologie und Evolution
Telefon: +41 31 631 91 11
Telefax: +41 31 631 91 41
E-Mail:   claudia.leiser@iee.unibe.ch

Ethologische Station Hasli
Wohlenstrasse 50a
CH-3032 Hinterkappelen

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Universität Bern

HIGHLIGHTS

PNAS - Predation risk drives social complexity in cooperative breeders. Groenewoud, Frommen, Josi, Tanaka, Jungwirth & Taborsky
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The evolution of cooperation based on direct fitness benefits. Phil Trans theme issue compiled and edited by Taborsky M., Frommen JG & Riehl C. (2016)
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NATURE COMMUNICATIONS Kinship reduces alloparental care in cooperative cichlids where helpers pay-to-stay
Zoettl M., Heg D., Chervet N. & Taborsky M. (2013)
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Social competence: an evolutionary approach
Taborsky, B. & Oliveira, R.F.
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Larval helpers and age polyethism in ambrosia beetles
Biedermann P.H.W. & Taborsky M.
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Animal personality due to social niche specialisation
Bergmueller R. & Taborsky M.
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Environmental Change Enhances Cognitive Abilities in Fish
Kotrschal, A. & Taborsky, B.
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Extended phenotypes as signals
Franziska C. Schaedelin and Michael Taborsky
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On the Origin of Species by Natural and Sexual Selection
G. Sander van Doorn, Pim Edelaar, Franz J. Weissing
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Cambridge University Press
Alternative Reproductive Tactics: An Integrative
Approach

Oliveira R., Taborsky M. & Brockmann H.J.
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Joint Seminar Series of the Divisions of Evolutionary Ecology and Behavioural Ecology

Guests are welcome

Seminar Location

Studer Auditorium
Baltzerstrasse 1

Seminar Schedule

Wednesday, 16:15, weekly

Legend
BE = Behavioural Ecology Lab
EE = Evolutionary Ecology Lab

Instructions
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Archives

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Spring Semester 2015 PDF
Autumn Semester 2014 (PDF)
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Autumn Semester 2013 (PDF)
Spring Semester 2012 (PDF)
Autumn Semester 2011 (PDF, 151KB)
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Autumn Semester 2010 (PDF, 167KB)
Spring Semester 2010 (PDF, 158KB)
Autumn Semester 2009 (PDF, 18KB)

Spring Semester 2017
Group Date Speaker Title
BE 22.02.17

Prof. Tadeusz Kawecki

University of Lausanne

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Consequences of sexual selection revealed by experimental evolution: from transcriptomics to cognition

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EE 01.03.17

Dr. Susan Johnston

University of Edinburgh

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Is bigger really better? Using genomics to understand reproductive strategies in the wild

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BE 08.03.17

Prof. Paulo Fonseca

University of Lisbon

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Acoustic communication in cicadas: an integrated approach

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BE 15.03.17

Dr Barbara Caspers

University of Bielefeld

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Olfactory kin recognition: Are birds really an exception?

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EE 22.03.17

Prof. Cris Kuhlmeier

University of Bern

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The genetics of pollinator-driven speciation in Petunia

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EE 29.03.17

Prof. Theo Bakker

University of Bonn

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Functional variation of male breeding coloration in three-spined sticklebacks

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EE 05.04.17

Dr Laura Ross

University of Edinburgh

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Whole-genome meiotic drive in Arthropods

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EE 12.04.17

Dr Kira Delmore

Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology

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Studying the genetic basis of seasonal migration in a songbird

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EE 26.04.17

Prof. Craig Primmer

University of Turku

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Understanding the genetic architecture of life-history traits in free-living species: is the glass half empty or half full?

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EE 03.05.17

Prof. Niclas Kolm

Stockholm University

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BE 10.05.17

Dr Rita Covas

Universidade do Porto

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Cooperation in sociable weavers: unexpected costs and hidden benefits

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BE 17.05.17

Dr Judith Burkart

University of Zürich

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BE 24.05.17

Prof. Matt McGee

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BE 31.05.17

Prof. Lawrence Kirkendall

University of Bergen

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The ecology and evolution of extreme inbreeding

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This program will be continuously updated by Katie Peichel and Jo Frommen