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  September 16, 2013
Behavioral Systems Special Announcement
a bat emitting sounds July 28, 2011
How Bats Stay on Target Despite the Clutter
News From the Field
image of ants interacting May 20, 2011
Ants Give New Evidence for Interaction Networks
News From the Field
a female wolf spider April 1, 2011
When Food Is Scarce, Hungry Female Spiders Alter Mating Preferences
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swordtail fish February 9, 2011
When Nature Calls
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image of a spider January 24, 2011
Spiders Adjust Courtship Signals for Maximum Effect
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bee in a tunnel August 17, 2010
Brain Gene Expression Changes When Honey Bees Go the Distance
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a female ring-tailed lemur July 28, 2010
Hormonal Birth Control Alters Scent Communication in Primates
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Jake Socha July 23, 2010
Gut Movements in Caterpillars Inspire Soft-body Robot Design
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crawling caterpillar July 22, 2010
Unique Means of Animal Locomotion Reported for First Time
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biology graphic May 26, 2010
Study Sheds Light on How Marine Animals Survive Stress
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Marlene Zuk May 12, 2010
Size Matters: Eavesdropping on Sexual Signals
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Junco May 4, 2010
Natural Selection For Moderate Testosterone Surprises Scientists
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Gene Robinson April 27, 2010
Paper Wasps and Honey Bees Share a Genetic Toolkit
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brown bat March 29, 2010
Brown University-led Team Discovers How Bats Avoid Collisions
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junco preen oil extraction March 23, 2010
Could Smell Play a Role in the Origin of New Bird Species?
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pipefish March 17, 2010
A Marine Mr. Mom: Male Pipefish Give Birth, But Some are Deadbeat Dads, Study Shows
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giant hawk moth March 10, 2010
Why Female Moths are Big and Beautiful
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Honey bees February 9, 2010
Biologist Discovers 'Stop' Signal in Honey Bee Communication
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a male fly lunging December 6, 2009
Caltech Scientists Discover Aggression-promoting Pheromone in Flies
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yellow rumped warbler December 3, 2009
Birds Call to Warn Friends and Enemies
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leaf beetles October 30, 2009
Inconspicuous Leaf Beetles Reveal Environment's Role in Formation of New Species
News From the Field
bees August 17, 2009
Honey-bee Aggression Study Suggests Nurture Alters Nature
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elk July 15, 2009
Greater Yellowstone Elk-wolf Study Shows Elk Having Fewer Calves Due to Changes in Nutrition
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Photo of Walter Leal receiving a handful of Japanese beetles. June 24, 2008
Where Are You Now, My Love?
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