Monthly Archives: November 2015

VampCam featured at Smithsonian and some recent papers

The VampCam is being featured on the STRI website¬†frontpage. There’s an inaccuracy though– it gives the wrong name of the authors on the study they discuss. I did that social grooming study in collaboration with the Organization for Bat Conservation … Continue reading

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Social benefits of non-kin food sharing by female vampire bats

My new paper just came out in Proceedings B. For now, it’s freely available to download at the journal website¬†here. The paper describes an experiment that ‘failed’ in one sense but yielded another very neat finding nonetheless. The main goals … Continue reading

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Why vampire bats network

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Here are slides from the longer version (about 2x as long) of the talk I gave at the annual meeting of the North American Society for Bat Research. There was a contest at the conference for shortest title, hence the … Continue reading

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