Prof. Karen Warkentin Published in Oecologia


Prof. Warkentin is co-author of the article “Behavioral plasticity mitigates risk across environments and predators during anuran metamorphosis,” which appears in the November issue of Oecologica. Warkentin and colleagues conducted a study examining predator-prey interactions of red-eyed tree frogs and various (aquatic or semi-terrestrial) predators across metamorphosis. They used these interactions to quantify “how frog behavior changes across metamorphic development, habitats, and predator presence or absence.”

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