Oral regular presentations: 15 min, followed by a 4 min discussion and 5 min to change room
  Oral invited presentations: 35 min, followed by a 8 min discussion and 5 min to change room

   

 

 

The poster session will be at 19:16 on day 20

   20 Tue 21 Wed
10:30

Session 1

Endler, JA
The multiple functions of sexual displays and their implications for species recognition systems

10:54

Session 1

11:18

Session 1

Rodgers, GM
Species recognition in heterogeneous sensory environments

11:42

Session 1

Gonzalez-Voyer, A
Evolution of acoustic and visual signals in Asian barbets

12:00 Lunch Lunch
14:00

Session 2

Ganem, G
From sexual communication to species recognition: examples from the house mouse

14:24

Session 2

Burdfield-Steel, ER
Why is there so little pre-copulatory choice in a promiscuous seed bug?

14:30
14:48

Session 2

Wheatcroft, D
Does incorporation of alarm calls into avian song increase rates of signal divergence across species?

15:12

Session 2

Espinosa, A
Entamoeba varieties use biochemical signaling and behavioral aggregation to discriminate between members of distinctive strains

15:30 Break Break
15:45

Session 3

Session 7

16:09

Session 3

Session 7

16:33

Session 3

Session 7

16:45
16:57

Session 3

Session 7

17:00
17:16 Coffee Break Coffee Break
17:45

Mendelson, T
What is "species recognition"?

Session 8

18:00
18:09

Session 8

18:33

Magellan, K
Innate sex recognition and learned species recognition in an invasive fish

Session 8

18:57

Ålund, M
Sperm swimming ability and reproductive isolation in Ficedula flycatchers

Session 8

19:00

Contacts

Chairman: Octávio S. Paulo
Tel: 00 351 217500614 direct
Tel: 00 351 217500000 ext22359
Fax: 00 351 217500028
email: mail@eseb2013.com

Address

XIV Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology

Organization Team
Department of Animal Biology (DBA)
Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon
P-1749-016 Lisbon
Portugal

Website

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