MSc. Daniel Linke
Job Position: PhD Student - Laboratory of Molecular Ecology and Phylogenetics
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Daniel's project is on understanding the evolutionary and ecological mechanisms of phenotypic convergences in neotropical skipper butterflies. Daniel conducts behavioural experiments using wild birds in Europe and South America, to understand learning and generalization patterns driven by different prey phenotype cues. Daniel also uses butterfly phenotypic datasets to study the evolution of converging phenotypes in a phylogenetic framework.
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Eissenhauer F., Grunicke F., Wagner A., Linke D., Kneis D., Weitere M., Berendonk T.U. (2023) Active movement to coarse grained sediments by globally endangered freshwater pearl mussels (Margaritifera margaritifera). Hydrobiologia
Linke D., Elias M.,
Klečková I., Mappes J.,
Matos Maravi P. F. (2022) Shape of evasive prey can be an important cue that triggers learning in avian predators. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution
: article number: 910695.