Congrats to Alice Percher who successfully defended her PhD thesis (Dec 2017).
Welcome to Mélanie Harté (yeepee!) who just joined the group in Octobre 2017. Mélanie, after two years as a dedicated field assistant, will manage the database of the Mandrillus Project and start working on juvenile development.
Movements and nematodes
Parasites influence mandrills' movements - Picture: home range and recursion sites (rainy season 2013-2014). Utilization distribution (red and yellow variations) is based on GPS data. Red indicate high utilization.
Our article is now in press
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Photo credits: Nory El Ksabi, Alice Percher, Pierre-Hadrien Pottier, Marie Charpentier, Timo Brockmeyer, Benoit Quintard