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Day 1, 17 Nov

Session 1

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Plenary - Madeleine Beekman
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Mathilde Chevallay
Sheethal Vepur Ramamurthy
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Tsighie Venturini
Ofri Eitan
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Introduction to the conference
The University of Sydney, Australia Pr. Madeleine Beekman Why I love studying honeybees
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Centre d'Etudes Biologiques de Chizé, France - CNRS Mathilde Chevallay Should I stay or should I go? Behavioural adjustments of fur seals related to foraging success
University of Jena, University of Würzburg, Germany Sheethal Vepur Ramamurthy Collective Construction: Adjustment of underground foraging tunnels by Leaf-cutting ants
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University of Padua, Italy Tsighie Venturini Individual processing of face-like stimuli enhances proto-arithmetical calculation in days old domestic chicks
Tel Aviv University, Israel Ofri Eitan Functional daylight echolocation in highly visual bats
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Session 2

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Pr. Leticia Avilés
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Charlotte Wiltshire
Maud Bonato
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Subhasmita Patro
João Gabriel de Almeida
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University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada Pr. Leticia Avilés On habitat filtering and limiting similarity - the ecology of spider sociality
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University of St Andrews, UK Charlotte Wiltshire DeepWild: application of the pose estimation tool DeepLabCut for behaviour tracking in wild chimpanzees and bonobos
Knysna Elephant Park, South Africa Maud Bonato Assessing the welfare of two semi-captive herd of African elephants using tail-hair cortisol and self-directed behaviours
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Indian Institute of Science, India Subhasmita Patro Integration of signaling traits during social interaction in a color-changing lizard
Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil João Gabriel de Almeida When looks are deceiving: vibrational displays during aggressive interactions between males do not represents an assessment of fighting capacity in the spider Trichonephila clavipes
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Session 3

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Elizabeth Tibbetts
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Stotra Chakrabarti
Emmanuel I. Archibong
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Luan Dias Lima
Wesley Webb
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University of Michigan, USA Elizabeth Tibbetts How communication, cognition, and flexible hormone titers mediate social competence in paper wasps
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Macalester College, USA Stotra Chakrabarti Social Distancing in Lions
University of Uyo, Nigeria Emmanuel I. Archibong Allegory of the tortoise in African folklores: implications for the phenomenology of experience of children.
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University of São Paulo, Brazil Luan Dias Lima On the functional role of chemically insignificant cues in multitrophic caterpillar-ant-plant symbioses
Massey University, New Zealand Wesley Webb A global comparison of female birdsong complexity

Day 2, 18 Nov

Session 1

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Pr. Hema Somanathan
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Matilda Gibbons
Nimish Subramaniam
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Sydney Hy
Deyatima Ghosh
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Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Thiruvananthapuram, India Pr. Hema Somanathan Bees beyond twilight
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Queen Mary University of London, UK Matilda Gibbons Motivational trade-offs and modulation of nociception in bumblebees
Azim Premji University, India Nimish Subramaniam An arachnid's guide to being an ant: Morphological and behavioral mimicry in ant-mimicking spiders
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University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA Sydney Hy Workerless queens and queenless workers: The behavior of the social parasite Tetramorium atratulum with Tetramorium immigrans in its introduced range
Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment, India Deyatima Ghosh Can biological pest regulation benefit from integrating predator cognition?
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Session 2

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Pr. Erica van de Waal CANCELLED
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Ishani Mukherjee
Fabrizio Dell'Anna
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Emilia Moreno
Adelaide Sibeaux
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University of Lausanne, Switzerland Pr. Erica van de Waal CANCELLED Lab cognition going wild: field experiments on vervet monkeys
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Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Kolkata, India Ishani Mukherjee Shoals in troubled waters? Impact of rising temperatures on shoal properties, foraging behaviour and metabolism in mixed species fish shoals
Universidad Veracruzana, Mexico Fabrizio Dell'Anna Grooming reciprocity in Geoffroy’s spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi): partner-control vs. partner-choice
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Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Emilia Moreno Differences in habituation and dishabituation between pollen and nectar foragers contribute to foraging division of labor
University of Oxford, UK Adelaide Sibeaux Distance estimation in the Goldfish (Carassius auratus)

Session 3

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Nour-eddine Kaikai
Leticia Paiva
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Chinmay Hemant Joshi
Katja Kochvar
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Cadi Ayyad University, Morocco Nour-eddine Kaikai Chronic exposure to the pesticide metam sodium in mice elevated anxiety and depression-like behaviors: involvement of serotoninergic depletion and gut microbiota dysbiosis
Federal University of São João del-Rei, Brazil Leticia Paiva Scale-free movement patterns in termites
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University of Arizona, USA Chinmay Hemant Joshi Robustness of communication to individual-level errors: comparing social insect food recruitment systems
Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada Katja Kochvar Exploring the signal value of the Atlantic puffin colourful bill

Programme of the virtual posters

Day 1, Session 1

Poster ID - Speaker Title
#1 – Congnan Sun Geographical variation of territorial calls and perceptual discrimination in male Himalayan leaf-nosed bats
#2 – Ehud Fonio Ants, liquid brains and the emergence of cognition
#3 – Jade SOURISSE Effects of developmental temperature on the locomotory innate and learned behaviour to olfactory cues in zebrafish
#4 – Sikha Hariharan Dietary diversity of the endemic primate, lion-tailed macaques, of the Western Ghats, India: A review
#5 – Lucie Michel Spatial and social structure of rewilded laboratory mice
#6 – Andrea Sommese Multisensory mental representation of objects in dogs
#7 – Matthieu Paquet SORTEE: promoting open, reliable, and transparent ecology and evolutionary biology
#8 – Emma Lokuciejewski The development of ecological competence in immature Sumatran Orangutans
Institution Poster ID - Speaker Title
Hebei Normal University #1 – Congnan Sun Geographical variation of territorial calls and perceptual discrimination in male Himalayan leaf-nosed bats
Weizmann Institute of Science #2 – Ehud Fonio Ants, liquid brains and the emergence of cognition
The University of Hong Kong #3 – Jade SOURISSE Effects of developmental temperature on the locomotory innate and learned behaviour to olfactory cues in zebrafish
Centre for Wildlife Studies, Bangalore, India #4 – Sikha Hariharan Dietary diversity of the endemic primate, lion-tailed macaques, of the Western Ghats, India: A review
ENS Paris-Saclay #5 – Lucie Michel Spatial and social structure of rewilded laboratory mice
Eötvös Loránd University #6 – Andrea Sommese Multisensory mental representation of objects in dogs
University of Bordeaux #7 – Matthieu Paquet SORTEE: promoting open, reliable, and transparent ecology and evolutionary biology
Max Planck Institute for Animal Behaviour #8 – Emma Lokuciejewski The development of ecological competence in immature Sumatran Orangutans

Day 1, Session 2

Poster ID - Speaker Title
#9 – COULIBALY Mohamed AQUATIC MACROINVERTEBRATE STRUCTURE AND DIVERSITY IN ANGUEDEDOU STREAM (ANGUEDEDOU BASIN : COTE D’IVOIRE)
#10 – Abhishek Singh Zebrafish violates rationality in a social decision making task
#11 – S. Gangothri Changing diet for male house mice over generations influences the female mating preferences
#12 – Mary Varoux Should I stay or go? Short-term effects of monitoring Greater Horseshoe bats in maternity roots
#13 – Justine Fouassier Behavioural and physiological responses of the European abalone Haliotis tuberculata to thermal stress
#14 – Nadiia Drapushko The motivation behind innovation: The impact of reward type on the problem-solving performance of wild house mice
#15 – Maria Santacà Disentangling olfactory and visual cues and the role of compatibility during mate choice in the zebrafish, Danio rerio.
#16 – Louis Devers Are ants mechanically optimal when they clear their way ? a story of millinewtons and joules.
#17 – Sree Subha Ramaswamy Chemical cues mediate mound building behavior in termites
#18 – Rocío Lajad Honeybee colonies increase the diversity of collected pollens after experiencing deterrent-adulterated pollen inside the nest
Institution Poster ID - Speaker Title
Université NANGUI ABROGOUA #9 – COULIBALY Mohamed AQUATIC MACROINVERTEBRATE STRUCTURE AND DIVERSITY IN ANGUEDEDOU STREAM (ANGUEDEDOU BASIN : COTE D’IVOIRE)
Ashoka University #10 – Abhishek Singh Zebrafish violates rationality in a social decision making task
Indian Institute of Science Education and Research #11 – S. Gangothri Changing diet for male house mice over generations influences the female mating preferences
Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 #12 – Mary Varoux Should I stay or go? Short-term effects of monitoring Greater Horseshoe bats in maternity roots
Laboratoire des Sciences de l'Environnement Marin #13 – Justine Fouassier Behavioural and physiological responses of the European abalone Haliotis tuberculata to thermal stress
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology #14 – Nadiia Drapushko The motivation behind innovation: The impact of reward type on the problem-solving performance of wild house mice
Department of Biology, University of Padova #15 – Maria Santacà Disentangling olfactory and visual cues and the role of compatibility during mate choice in the zebrafish, Danio rerio.
Centre de Recherche sur la Cognition Animale (CRCA CBI) #16 – Louis Devers Are ants mechanically optimal when they clear their way ? a story of millinewtons and joules.
National Centre for Biological Sciences, India #17 – Sree Subha Ramaswamy Chemical cues mediate mound building behavior in termites
Laboratorio de Insectos Sociales, IFIBYNE-UBA-CONICET, Departamento de Biodiversidad y Biología Experimental, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina #18 – Rocío Lajad Honeybee colonies increase the diversity of collected pollens after experiencing deterrent-adulterated pollen inside the nest

Day 1, Session 3

Poster ID - Speaker Title
#19 – Kirstin Gaffney Pay to stay' in anemonefish societies
#20 – Maria Loconsole Spontaneous pitch-size association in tortoises (Testudo hermanni)
#21 – Alice Mignot Are interactions in Animal-Assisted Interventions a risk factor for the well-being of the dogs involved?
#22 – Carmen Hernández The role of neophobia in an olfactory enrichment for amazons, macaws, and toucans
#23 – Matteo Panaccio Social Network Analysis of small social groups: analysis of aggression in the Alpine marmot (Marmota marmota)
#24 – Janire Castellano Bueno Animal welfare in the centre of animal behaviour science
#25 – Laure Cauchard Exploring the links between cognition and reproductive success in free living great tits (Parus major)
#26 – Jesse Balaban-Feld Experience with predation influences social group risk-taking and foraging behaviors
Institution Poster ID - Speaker Title
University of St Andrews #19 – Kirstin Gaffney Pay to stay' in anemonefish societies
Queen Mary University of London #20 – Maria Loconsole Spontaneous pitch-size association in tortoises (Testudo hermanni)
Paris Nanterre #21 – Alice Mignot Are interactions in Animal-Assisted Interventions a risk factor for the well-being of the dogs involved?
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid #22 – Carmen Hernández The role of neophobia in an olfactory enrichment for amazons, macaws, and toucans
University of Chester #23 – Matteo Panaccio Social Network Analysis of small social groups: analysis of aggression in the Alpine marmot (Marmota marmota)
Wild Animal Initiative, Washington, DC, U.S.A ; Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K. #24 – Janire Castellano Bueno Animal welfare in the centre of animal behaviour science
Swiss Ornithological Institute #25 – Laure Cauchard Exploring the links between cognition and reproductive success in free living great tits (Parus major)
University of Saint Joseph #26 – Jesse Balaban-Feld Experience with predation influences social group risk-taking and foraging behaviors

Day 2, Session 1

Poster ID - Speaker Title
#27 – Suyash Sawant Do neighbors influence an individual's singing? A case study of song sharing in White-bellied Sholakili
#28 – Baheerathan Murugavel Following a flying fox: home ranges and the influence of moon phases on the movement ecology of Indian flying fox males in southern India
#29 – Bhavya Pratap Singh Who would a fish choose to hangout with? (Individual behavioral traits and water clarity determines the mate-association preferences)
#30 – Alon Silberbush Chemical signals released by fish-associated bacteria repel ovipositing mosquitoes
#31 – Marion Charrier When ancestors transmit their stress: prenatal maternal stress transmission across generations in a precocial bird
#32 – Sabine Roussel Studying behaviour to improve survival in a stock enhancement program
#33 – Cassandre Mahe Effects of family structure on isolation calls in a monogamous rodent
#34 – Giulia Pedretti Appeasement function of displacement behaviours? Dogs’ behavioural and facial displays exhibited towards humans.
Institution Poster ID - Speaker Title
IISER Tirupati #27 – Suyash Sawant Do neighbors influence an individual's singing? A case study of song sharing in White-bellied Sholakili
Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Thiruvananthapuram #28 – Baheerathan Murugavel Following a flying fox: home ranges and the influence of moon phases on the movement ecology of Indian flying fox males in southern India
Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Kolkata, India #29 – Bhavya Pratap Singh Who would a fish choose to hangout with? (Individual behavioral traits and water clarity determines the mate-association preferences)
University of Haifa #30 – Alon Silberbush Chemical signals released by fish-associated bacteria repel ovipositing mosquitoes
Université de Rennes 1 - UMR 6552 - EthoS #31 – Marion Charrier When ancestors transmit their stress: prenatal maternal stress transmission across generations in a precocial bird
Université Bretagne Occidentale #32 – Sabine Roussel Studying behaviour to improve survival in a stock enhancement program
Laboratoire d'Ethologie Expérimentale et Comparée - Université Sorbonne Paris Nord #33 – Cassandre Mahe Effects of family structure on isolation calls in a monogamous rodent
University of Parma #34 – Giulia Pedretti Appeasement function of displacement behaviours? Dogs’ behavioural and facial displays exhibited towards humans.

Day 2, Session 2

Poster ID - Speaker Title
#35 – Asmi Jezeera M Spatial resolution and contrast sensitivity of flight control in Indian stingless bee, Tetragonula iridipennis
#36 – Jingliang Kang Gene family contraction towards dedicated cleaning behaviour
#37 – Tarunkishwor Yumnam Higher relative humidity makes eyespots bigger in the tropical butterfly Mycalesis mineus
#38 – Pedro Oliveira Arginine vasotocin regulation of social behaviour and dominance in the common waxbill
#39 – Francesco Locatelli Purinergic receptor P2y12 is a key regulator of behavior in the zebrafish
#40 – Patrick Krapf Foraging valour linked with aggression: selection against completely abandoning aggression in a high-elevation ant?
#41 – Lara Sophie Burchardt Mapping beat precision in acoustic signals in the vocal learning harbor seal Phoca vitulina throughout ontogeny
#42 – Wim Pouw Tracking the Inflation of Siamang Airsacs During Singing Using Hough Transformations
#43 – Dina Almudafar Knockout of quaking b causes increased anxiety and sociability in zebrafish
Institution Poster ID - Speaker Title
Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Thiruvananthapuram #35 – Asmi Jezeera M Spatial resolution and contrast sensitivity of flight control in Indian stingless bee, Tetragonula iridipennis
The University of Hong Kong #36 – Jingliang Kang Gene family contraction towards dedicated cleaning behaviour
Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Thiruvananthapuram #37 – Tarunkishwor Yumnam Higher relative humidity makes eyespots bigger in the tropical butterfly Mycalesis mineus
Faculty of Sciences of the University of Porto #38 – Pedro Oliveira Arginine vasotocin regulation of social behaviour and dominance in the common waxbill
Sahlgrenska Academy at University of Gothenburg #39 – Francesco Locatelli Purinergic receptor P2y12 is a key regulator of behavior in the zebrafish
University of Innsbruck #40 – Patrick Krapf Foraging valour linked with aggression: selection against completely abandoning aggression in a high-elevation ant?
Max-Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, Netherlands & Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour, Nijmegen, Netherlands #41 – Lara Sophie Burchardt Mapping beat precision in acoustic signals in the vocal learning harbor seal Phoca vitulina throughout ontogeny
Donders Center for Brain, Cognition, and Behavior #42 – Wim Pouw Tracking the Inflation of Siamang Airsacs During Singing Using Hough Transformations
University of Gothenburg #43 – Dina Almudafar Knockout of quaking b causes increased anxiety and sociability in zebrafish

Day 2, Session 3

Poster ID - Speaker Title
#44 – Katharina Hirschenhauser Animal behaviour in science education: learning and socio-emotional development of primary school children as citizen scientists
#45 – Samin Gokcekus Social familiarity and spatially variable environments independently determine reproductive fitness in a wild bird
#46 – T. Thang Vo-Doan Insect-machine hybrid system: Navigation control for a cyborg beetle
#47 – Samara Danel Wild skuas can follow human-given behavioural cues when objects resemble natural food
#48 – Chiara Canori Audience effect on domestic dogs’ behavioural displays and facial expressions
#49 – Stefan Popp Ants combine systematic meandering and correlated random walks when searching for unknown resources
#50 – Claire Bailey Honey bees continuously retract the edges of their comb following nest expansion
#51 – Benjamin Larue Determinants of spring molt in bighorn sheep: life-history, plasticity and phenology
Institution Poster ID - Speaker Title
University College for Education Upper Austria (PHOÖ) #44 – Katharina Hirschenhauser Animal behaviour in science education: learning and socio-emotional development of primary school children as citizen scientists
University of Oxford #45 – Samin Gokcekus Social familiarity and spatially variable environments independently determine reproductive fitness in a wild bird
University of Freiburg #46 – T. Thang Vo-Doan Insect-machine hybrid system: Navigation control for a cyborg beetle
University of Oxford #47 – Samara Danel Wild skuas can follow human-given behavioural cues when objects resemble natural food
University of Parma #48 – Chiara Canori Audience effect on domestic dogs’ behavioural displays and facial expressions
University of Arizona #49 – Stefan Popp Ants combine systematic meandering and correlated random walks when searching for unknown resources
Auburn University #50 – Claire Bailey Honey bees continuously retract the edges of their comb following nest expansion
Université de Sherbrooke #51 – Benjamin Larue Determinants of spring molt in bighorn sheep: life-history, plasticity and phenology