University of Liège
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Behavioural Biology Unit
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    Research on amphibians  
Adaptive significance of polyphenisms: Facultative paedomorphosis - cannibalism

 

 

Life-history traits (Age - Growth)

Biogeography
  Resource use : space - time - food Proximate mechanisms
  Trophic performance Sexual behaviour
  Population dynamics Population genetics
 
Conservation biology
  Cartography Habitat determinants
  Status assessment Invasive species
  Ecological modelling   Pollution
  Emerging disease   Global change
 
Ecology and evolution of mating tactics
  Biomarkers   Coutship behaviour
  Reproductive success Optimal foraging
 
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