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Most people have a favorite color. But could that color have anything to do with who you’re attracted to? Researchers studying the Trinidadian guppy, a small fish found only on Trinidad, think it might. Color vision is usually thought to … Continue reading →
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The Gall Lab, in association with Dr. Alejandro Velez (currently at Washington University) and Dr. Jeffrey Lucas (Purdue University), has published a new article in the journal Animal Behaviour. In the article we investigate how the ability to process frequency … Continue reading →
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The saying, “Birds of a feather flock together” is a testament to the incredibly important role bird feathers have in signaling between individuals. Birds can be found in a wide range of colors, and the function of plumage coloration for both … Continue reading →