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Spring 2022


Social behavior is diverse. For example, males from two stickleback ecotypes (whites and commons, Fig. 1) are highly divergent in courtship and parental care behavior [1]. Little is known about ecotypic differences in female behavior. In this study, we develop methods to quantify female preference in this system.


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Research featured in this poster has been conducted with the cooperation of the Department of Evolution, Ecology and Behavior and the Department of Neuroscience at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.



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