Dr Terry Ord

Dr Terry Ord

Fields of research: Evolutionary Biology, Behavioural Ecology, Animal Behaviour
Campus: Kensington

I am an evolutionary ecologist interested in how phylogeny, natural selection and sexual selection contribute to the evolution of behavioural diversity. I combine large-scale phylogenetic comparative analysis across species and targeted experimental study within species to investigate macro- and microevolutionary processes shaping behaviour and other sexually-selected traits. From more details, see www.eerc.unsw.edu.au/ord

videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/terryjord


My Expertise

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I am an evolutionary ecologist interested in how phylogeny, natural selection and sexual selection contribute to the evolution of behavioural diversity. I combine large-scale phylogenetic comparative analysis across species and targeted experimental study within species to investigate macro- and microevolutionary processes shaping behaviour and other sexually-selected traits. From more details, see www.eerc.unsw.edu.au/ord

videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/terryjord


My Expertise

animal communication; animal behaviour; evolution of social behaviour in animals; mate choice; aggression; sexual selection; adaptation; origins of novel behaviour in animals

Location

Room 406, Biological Sciences Building (D26)

Contact

+ 61 2 9385 3264
+61 2 9385 1558

Videos

Land-dwelling fish
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  • Secrets of high liz-ibility Secrets of high liz-ibility