Celina and Ilia had a paper accepted for publication in the journal Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. This paper “Sex-biased dispersal is independent of sex-ratio in a semi-aquatic insect” (Baines, Ferzoco, McCauley) presents results from an experiment they conducted last summer manipulating sex ratios of the backswimmer Notonecta undulata in mesocosms. They found that males dispersed more often, regardless of sex ratio. Nice work!
This paper can be viewed here: http://rdcu.be/uf6e