The amphibian auditory system as a model for neurobiology, behavior, and evolution

Unique Behavior of the Mona Monkey (Cercopithecus mona): All-Male Groups and Copulation Calls

Central to understanding any species or group of species is the manner in which they reproduce‚ and by extension‚ the manner and frequencies with which males and females interact with one another and with members of their own sex. Group formation and interactions among group members provide insight into individual reproductive strategies. Unique social groupings […]