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David C. Cannatella-University of Texas at Austin (August 14 2015)
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Title: Aposematism promotes diversification in acoustic signals in poison frogs 

Speaker: Prof David C. Cannatella (University of Texas at Austin

Time: August 14 2015, Friday, 9:30am

Venue: Laboratory of Southwestern Biodiversity, 1st floor conference room (1-24-26)

Everyone is welcome!

 

Website of Prof Cannatella’s lab: http://catfishlab.org/

 

Recent publications:

  1. Brown, R. M., Siler, C. D., Richards, S. J., Diesmos, A. C. & Cannatella, D. C. 2015 Multilocus phylogeny and a new classification for Southeast Asian and Melanesian forest frogs (family Ceratobatrachidae). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 174, 1, p. 130-168 39 p.
  2. Salerno, P. E., Señaris, J. C., Rojas-Runjaic, F. J. M. & Cannatella, D. C. 2015 Recent evolutionary history of Lost World endemics: Population genetics, species delimitation, and phylogeography of sky-island treefrogs. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 82, PA, p. 314-323 10 p.
  3. Santos, J. C., Baquero, M., Barrio-Amorós, C., Coloma, L. A., Erdtmann, L. K., Lima, A. P. & Cannatella, D. C. 2014 Aposematism increases acoustic diversification and speciation in poison frogs. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 281, 1796, 20141761
  4. Guarnizo, C. E. & Cannatella, D. C. 2014 Geographic determinants of gene flow in two sister species of tropical andean frogs. Journal of Heredity. 105, 2, p. 216-225 10 p.
  5. Guerra, M. A., Ryan, M. J. & Cannatella, D. C. 2014 Ontogeny of sexual dimorphism in the larynx of the túngara frog, physalaemus pustulosus. Copeia. 1, p. 123-129 7 p.

                              State Key Laboratory of Genetic Resources and Evolution

                                                                     08.10 2015

 

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