As a part of complementary studies in autecology, we study historical adaptation in terms of structure and lifestyle, the patterns and causes of species' distributions, and the influence of biotic and abiotic factors – especially in the context of seasonality – on the survival of individuals.
The evolution of relative tail length in primates
The evolution of sexual dimorphism in Malagasy mammals
Patterns and consequences in the spatial distribution of mouse lemurs
The influence of maternal stress on the development in Verreaux’s Sifakas
Ecology, social organization and mating system of coppery titi monkeys, Callicebus cupreus
Adaptation to habitat fragmentation in the San Martín titi monkey, Plecturocebus oenanthe