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 - Divergence of developmental trajectories is triggered interactively by early social and ecological experience in a cooperative breeder. Fischer, Bohn, Oberhummer, Nyman & B. Taborsky
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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

Haller Auditorium
Baltzerstrasse 1

Seminar Schedule

Wednesday, 16:15, weekly

Legend
BE = Behavioural Ecology Lab
EE = Evolutionary Ecology Lab

Instructions
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Archives

Spring Semester 2017 (PDF)
Autumn Semester 2016 (PDF)
Spring Semester 2016 (PDF)
Autumn Semester 2015 (PDF)
Spring Semester 2015 (PDF)
Autumn Semester 2014 (PDF)
Spring Semester 2014 (PDF)
Autumn Semester 2013 (PDF)
Spring Semester 2012 (PDF)
Autumn Semester 2011 (PDF, 151KB)
Spring Semester 2011 (PDF, 172KB)
Autumn Semester 2010 (PDF, 167KB)
Spring Semester 2010 (PDF, 158KB)
Autumn Semester 2009 (PDF, 18KB)

Autumn Semester 2017
Group Date Speaker Title
BE 20.09.17

Dr. Joachim Frommen

University of Bern

website

Communication of aggressive propensity in aquatic environments

Supporting literature: pdf, pdf

BE 27.09.17

Prof. Ludwig Huber

University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna

website

Are dogs socially intelligent or only socially attentive?

Supporting literature: pdf, pdf, pdf, pdf

BE
4.10.17

Prof. Andy Russell

University of Exeter

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The role of plasticity in the evolution of cooperative breeding systems

Supporting literature: pdf

EE
11.10.17

Prof. Tanja Schwander

University of Lausanne

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Consequences of asexual reproduction in animals: insights from stick insects

Supporting literature: pdf, pdf

EE
18.10.17

Dr. Myles Menz

University of Bern

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Understanding insect migration: from individuals to species

Supporting literature: pdf, pdf

EE
25.10.17

Prof. Harold Zakon

University of Texas

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Poison frogs, stinging scorpions: two stories of molecular evolution in action

Supporting literature: pdf, pdf

BE
1.11.17

Prof. Gregory Velicer

ETH Zürich

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Indirect and direct evolution of social interaction phenotypes

Supporting literature: pdf, pdf, pdf

BE
8.11.17

Marlis Dumke

University of Hambourg

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Social foraging and exploitative behaviour in Australia's group-living crab spiders: from species to individuals
EE 15.11.17

Prof. Patrick Tschopp

University of Basel

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Gene regulatory convergence and patterning in vertebrate skeletogenesis

Supporting literatur: pdf, pdf

EE 22.11.17

Prof. Gil Rosenthal

Texas A&M

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Mate choice and the evolutionary process in swordtails (Teleostei:Xiphophorus)

Supporting literature: pdf, pdf

EE 29.11.17

Prof. Jukka Jokela

ETH Zürich

website

Why males? Long term study on maintenance of sex

Supporting literature: pdf, pdf

BE
6.12.17

Prof. Svante Winberg

Uppsala University

website

Stress coping styles and plastic response to social interaction - gene and environment interactions

Supporting literature: pdf, pdf, pdf

BE
13.12.17

Dr. Michael Webster

University of St. Andrews

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To be announced
EE 20.12.17

Prof. Jochen Wolf

Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München

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Speciation genomics

General information

This program will be continuously updated by Katie Peichel and Karin Schneeberger