Professor at Department of Ecology and Genetics, Animal Ecology
I study the diversity and variability of animal mating patterns and parental care patterns, in terms of evolutionary behavioural ecology. In particular I enjoy to study the amazing reproductive ecology of pipefishes with multiple matings, predominant female mating competition and male pregnancy. I am also dedicated to teaching of evolution, organismal diversity, the scientific method, marine and behavioural ecology as well as gender perspectives in biology.
Keywords: behavioral ecology syngnathidae animal mating system pipefish
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