Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series

Seminars from the RSB Division of Ecology and Evolution (E&E).

Upcoming events

03
Mar
2020
12–1pm 3 March 2020
Marie Herberstein, Macquarie University
Batesian mimics are deliciously palatable species that gain protection from a predator by resembling a defended or unpalatable model. Theory predicts that mimics that closely resemble their model should have the greatest advantage, while inaccurate mimics should be recognised and attacked by predators.
10
Mar
2020
12pm 10 March 2020
Janine Deakin, University of Canberra
Australia is home to a diverse range of marsupials, which are a treasure trove of interesting biology. Marsupial genomes, which are packaged into beautiful, large chromosomes, provide a powerful resource for studying the mechanisms of genome evolution.