Luis Borda de Agua
University of Lisbon. Portugal.
We are studying heterogeneous patterns in nature with multifractal geometry.

David Serrano
Estacion Biologica de Doñana (Spanish National Research Council). Spain.
David is a long-term collaborator of the lab; mainly with studies on the evolutionary ecology of feather mites.

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Charles D. Criscione
Texas A&M University. United States.
We are working on a study about how species genetic diversity is explained by infrapopulation size
in host-symbiont systems.

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Laszlo Garamszegi
 Estacion Biologica de Doñana (Spanish National Research Council). Spain.
We are working together on a study to understand colony size variation in seabirds.

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Carolina Osuna
 University of Granada. We are collaborating in a study on the phenotypic evolution of birds.

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Heather Proctor
 University of Alberta. Canada.
We are collaborating studying the ecology and evolution of feather mites.

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Sergey Mironov
Russian Academy of Science. Russia.
Sergey is a feather mites taxonomist. We are fusing his taxonomic skills with molecular
ecology tools to improve our capabilities of studying the evolutionary ecology of feather mites.

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Ainara Cortes-Avizanda
University of Lisbon. Portugal.
We are working together on the collective behaviour of vultures within and between species.

Volker Grimm
Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research – UFZ. Germany.
We have collaborating on different projects around individual-based models of collective animal behaviour.

FeatherMites team
FeatherMites is a group created by Roger Jovani where 30+ European researchers have come together to share our data on the prevalence and abundance of feather mites on birds: 75,944 individual birds sampled from 119 bird species (ca. 1.8 million mites counted). We have already published two studies: one about the nature of bird-feather mites association, and another on the repeatability of feather mite intensity and prevalence between bird species If you have this kind of data you are more than welcome to join the group (jovani@ebd.csic.es).

Alejandro González-Voyer
National Autonomous University of Mexico. Mexico.
We are collaborating in a study on the phenotypic evolution of birds.

Marina Ascunce
University of Florida. USA.
We are collaborating on the study of feather mites microbiome. Jorge has been visiting scholar at the UF from July to September 2016.

José Carlos Huguet-Tapia
University of Florida. USA.
We are collaborating on the study of feather mites microbiome. Jorge has been visiting scholar at the UF from July to September 2016.

Kevin Johnson
University of Illinois. USA.
We are collaborating on two projects, the cophylogenies of birds-feather mites and feather mites endosymbionts.

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