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Mike McCoy visits MeaseyLab

19 October 2015

Mike McCoy is a C·I·B visiting fellow during October and November 2015. During this time he plans to explore the application of consumer functional response models for assessing the impacts of invasive species.

Over the past few years Dr. McCoy has been developing response surface methodology for estimating functional responses that incorporate size specific differences in predation risk among individual prey.  Mike is co-organizing a workshop focused on applications of Functional responses in invasion biology.


Platanna wedding

03 October 2015

Congratulations to Andre and Nikita...

on their wedding day. 

Andre is already coping with married life, being pulled in different directions. The bubble hasn't burst... yet.


Fond farewell

11 September 2015

Today's lab meeting

We said farewell (but hopefully not goodbye) to Debra Stark who's been with us for the past 3 months

Debra has been studying the acoustic SECR of Arthroleptella rugosa a small Critically Endangered frog living on a single mountain in Caledon.

As part of her farewell cake party, Debra had to cut the cake...

Debra has done great work in South Africa, including finding several new populations of the rough moss frog. Once again she shows what you can really do if you get out there and look.

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More news coverage on Frog eat Frog

10 September 2015

Here's some more news coverage on our Frog eat Frog article:

Thanks again to Les Minter for letting us use his fantastic image!

and in Spanish...

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