Infanticide risk and male quality influence optimal group composition for Colobus vellerosus
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Publication InfoTeichroeb, JA; Wikberg, EC; Badescu, I; MacDonald, LJ; & Sicotte, P (2012). Infanticide risk and male quality influence optimal group composition for Colobus vellerosus. BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY, 23(6). pp. 1348-1359. 10.1093/beheco/ars128. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/9186.
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Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Evolutionary Anthropology
Julie Teichroeb is a biological anthropologist who studies primate behavioral ecology. Her research focuses on the evolution of sociality, examining group formation, the underlying causes of social organization, and group decision-making. She is particularly interested in the relative influence of social and ecological pressures on the evolution of social organization; so how male and female reproductive strategies influence each other and result in the group size and group compositions that
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