Centre for Biological Diversity (CBD)
The Centre for Biological Diversity (CBD) is a new initiative building on St Andrews' strengths in fundamental and applied research into the origins and maintenance of biodiversity. The CBD has strong collaborative links with researchers found across the University in the Schools of Biology, Psychology, Geography & GeoSciences, Mathematics and Management.
For more information please visit the Centre for Biological Diversity home page.
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(2018-04) - Journal articleSocial behaviour potentially plays an important role in invasion success. New colonists, for example, may glean useful information about predators and food by interacting with native heterospecifics. The extent to which ...
(University of St Andrews, 2016-06-01) - Thesis
(2018-03-02) - Journal itemDeflection occurs in predator-prey interactions where prey possess traits that influence the position of the predator's initial contact with the prey's body in a way that enhances the prey's probability of survival when ...
(2018-01-13) - Journal item
(2018-06-18) - Journal articleEcological communities are assembled from the overlapping of species in geographic space, but the mechanisms facilitating or limiting such overlaps are difficult to resolve. Here, we combine phylogenetic, morphological and ...