Animal
Behaviour
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18-19 November 2021
Annual Online Conference

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Plenary speakers

ABL Annual Online Conference, 18-19 Nov 2021. Registration and conference details

Pr. Rebecca Kilner
Simpson’s question: How does behaviour influence evolution?
University of Cambridge, UK
Pr. Mariella Herberstein
Understanding animal behaviour - from single species studies to large trait databases
Macquarie University, Australia
Pr. Andrew Straw
Learning about real-world insect vision and navigation using virtual worlds
University of Freiburg, Germany
Pr. Ana Silva
Do sex hormones and hypothalamic neuropeptides matter for non-breeding territorial aggression? Tales from a South American electric fish
University of the Republic, Uruguay
Pr. Ofer Feinerman
Collective problem solving during ant cooperative transport
Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel