Behavioural and ecological studies on dragonflies (Odonata, Insecta)



terrestrial, freshwater, ponds, lentic, sexual selection, natural selection, animal behaviour, reproduction, faunistics, evolutionary ecology, Ecology, Ponds and lakes , standing waters, Origins, Maintenance and Change of Biodiversity, Biogeography, Ethology, Limnology and hydrobiology, Bogs and fens, Invasive Species and their Effect on Biodiversity, Belgium, Flanders, province of Antwerp, USA, New Hampshire, Metazoa, Invertebrata, Arthropoda, Insecta, Odonata, Anisoptera, Libellulidae, Sympetrum striolatum, dragonflies, Ischnura elegans


Name Role Start End
Laboratory of Animal Ecology unknown
Evolutionary Biology Group unknown
Laboratory of Aquatic Ecology and Evolutionary Biology unknown


Reference Role
Van Gossum H., 2000. Nieuwe zomermode bij libellen. De Wielewaal, 66: 122-124 author
Van Gossum H., Stoks R., & De Bruyn L. (1999) Small outdoor insectaries as a tool for lifetime studies on damselflies. Belgian Journal of Zoology 129: 317-324. author
Van Gossum H., Stoks R., Matthysen, E., Valck, F. & De Bruyn L. (1999) Male choicefor female colour morphs in Ischnura elegans (Odonata, Coenagrionidae): testing the hypotheses. Animal Behaviour 57: 1229-1232. author
Van Gossum H., Stoks R., & De Bruyn L. (2001) Reversible frequency-dependent switches in male mate choice. Proceedingsof the Royal Society B London 268: 83-85. author
Van Gossum H., Stoks R., & De Bruyn L. (2001) Discriminative mate choice in relation with female maturation in Ischnura elegans (Odonata: Coenagrionidae). International Journal of Odonatology 4: 83-91. author

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