Obituary: Tim Halliday 1945-2019

Timothy Richard Halliday, 73, a zoologist, conservationist and artist, died on 10th April 2019, after a long illness caused by lymphoma, in Oxford, England.  Tim Halliday was one of the fathers of the study of sexual selection and a leading light in amphibian conservation, he was also a talented illustrator and will be sorely missed... Continue Reading →

Staying young and fit? Ontogenetic and phylogenetic consequences of animal anhydrobiosis

Kaczmarek, Ł. , Roszkowska, M. , Fontaneto, D. , Jezierska, M. , Pietrzak, B. , Wieczorek, R. , Poprawa, I. , Kosicki, J. Z., Karachitos, A. and Kmita, H. (2019), Staying young and fit? Ontogenetic and phylogenetic consequences of animal anhydrobiosis. Journal of Zoology, https://doi.org/10.1111/jzo.12677 Anhydrobiosis is commonly defined as desiccation tolerance that denotes the... Continue Reading →

Long legs in baby mouse lemurs compensate for their physiological immaturity

Boulinguez‐Ambroise, G. , Zablocki‐Thomas, P. , Aujard, F. , Herrel, A. and Pouydebat, E. (2019), Ontogeny of food grasping in mouse lemurs: behavior, morphology and performance. Journal of Zoology, vol. 308, pp. 1-8. https://doi.org/10.1111/jzo.12652 The stars of the study by Boulinguez-Ambroise and colleagues are tiny, furry and large-eyed critters: the grey mouse lemurs (Microcebus murinus).... Continue Reading →

What to choose when the best preference is not available: does the Nile tilapia follow a linear sequence of preferences?

Maia, C. M. and Volpato, G. L. (2019), What to choose when the best preference is not available: does the Nile tilapia follow a linear sequence of preferences? Journal of Zoology, vol. 307, pp. 274-281. https://doi.org/10.1111/jzo.12646 Our interest for studying fish preferences came to us because of welfare concerns, where it is supposed that fish... Continue Reading →

Introducing new Associate Editors for Journal of Zoology – Part 2

  Meredith Palmer, Princeton University, USA I am an NSF postdoctoral fellow with the Pringle Lab (http://pringle.princeton.edu) at Princeton University (https://eeb.princeton.edu/), studying predator-prey dynamics in African and North American terrestrial mammal systems. The overarching goal of my work is to tease apart the direct and indirect effect of predators on prey behavior, prey demography, and... Continue Reading →

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