Miquel Torrents-Ticˇ
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Differences in cooperative behavior among Damaraland mole rats are consequences of an age-related polyethism
M Z÷ttl, P Vullioud, R Mendonša, M Torrents-Ticˇ, D Gaynor, A Mitchell, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (37), 10382-10387, 2016
Sequential phenotypic constraints on social information use in wild baboons
AJ Carter, M Torrents-Ticˇ, G Cowlishaw
eLife 5, e13125, 2016
Phenotypic assortment in wild primate networks: implications for the dissemination of information
AJ Carter, AEG Lee, HH Marshall, M Torrents-Ticˇ, G Cowlishaw
Royal Society open science 2 (5), 140444, 2015
Allo-parental care in Damaraland mole-rats is female biased and age dependent, though independent of testosterone levels
M Z÷ttl, P Vullioud, K Goddard, M Torrents-Ticˇ, D Gaynor, NC Bennett, ...
Physiology & behavior 193, 149-153, 2018
No task specialization among helpers in Damaraland mole-rats
J Thorley, R Mendonša, P Vullioud, M Torrents-Ticˇ, M Z÷ttl, D Gaynor, ...
Animal behaviour 143, 9-24, 2018
Growth affects dispersal success in social mole-rats, but not the duration of philopatry
M Torrents-Ticˇ, NC Bennett, JUM Jarvis, M Z÷ttl
Biology letters 14 (2), 20180005, 2018
Sex differences in timing and context of dispersal in Damaraland mole‐rats (Fukomys damarensis)
M Torrents‐Ticˇ, NC Bennett, JUM Jarvis, M Z÷ttl
Journal of Zoology, 2018
On the Right Track? Comparing Concurrent Spoor and Camera-Trap Surveys in Botswana
M Torrents-Ticˇ, L Rich, JW McNutt, M Nthomiwa, M Mothala, G Motsamai, ...
African Journal of Wildlife Research 47 (2), 128-137, 2017
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