by sensoryeco | Dec 22, 2016 | News FeedPlay our new online crab-hunting game here: Click here to play Green shore crabs are one of the most common crab species found in rock pools around the UK, and are a highly invasive species around the world. The appearance of juvenile crabs varies considerably,...
by sensoryeco | Nov 3, 2016 | News FeedWe’ve just released a new online game: Click here to play The data generated from this game will help us to test a number of different theories related to the “moth’s” camouflage, and how people learn to overcome specific camouflage strategies....
by sensoryeco | Nov 2, 2016 | News FeedAlice is the latest addition to the Sensory Ecology and Evolution team. She is doing an MSc by Research and will be working on coincident disruptive coloration and background matching in the common frog.
by sensoryeco | Oct 18, 2016 | News FeedWe have a new paper out on camouflage strategies in colour changing ‘carnival’ prawns.
by sensoryeco | Sep 29, 2016 | News FeedWe have a new paper out in Evolutionary Ecology – a review of the ecology of colour change as an antipredator defence.
by sensoryeco | Sep 29, 2016 | News FeedWe have a new paper out in Ecology and Evolution on how next covering behaviour by plovers influences camouflage.