We have not 1, not 2, but 5 (five!) Honours students in our group. Jake Tyers, who is working on the evolution of moth sex pheromones; Rob Moore, who is working on using social media images to improve our understanding of native bee distributions; Ryan Barnaby, who is working on thermal imaging of birds as part of a comparative study of how they manage heat loss; James McCracken-Johnson, who is working on looking at Allen’s rule in dinosaurs; and finally, the newest member – Shefali Dorepalli, who will be doing a comparative analysis of social group size and foraging efficiency in mammals. You can find out more about each of them (soon) by clicking on the people tab – and Honours students. Welcome all (some of you have been here since February, I know!)

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