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Nick Brandley


Contact Information:

Room 302, Biological Sciences Building
Duke University
Durham, NC 27708

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BS, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Michigan

Research Interests:

The interactions between communication and potential harmful eavesdroppers, specifically relating to secret communication channels and honest signaling.



Brandley, N. C., Johnson, M., and S. Johnsen (2016) Aposematic signals in North American black widows are more conspicuous to predators than to prey. Behavioral Ecology 1-9: DOI:10.1093/beheco/arw014.

Brandley, N. C., Speiser, D. I., and S. Johnsen (2013). Eavesdropping on visual secrets. Evolutionary Ecology. 6, 1045-1068.

Greig, E.I., K. Spendel, and N. C. Brandley (2010). A predator-elicited vocalisation in the Variegated Fairy-wren (Malurus lamberti) Emu 110: 165–169.





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