Bianca Unglaub 

Arbeitsgruppe AG Steinfartz
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Vita

Since 2014 PhD student, Evolutionary Biology, TU Braunschweig (in cooperation with the University of Hamburg).

2012 - 2013 PhD student, University of Bielefeld (in cooperation with the University of Hamburg).

Ongoing thesis: Are all amphibian populations structured as metapopulations? A case study on crested newts (Triturus cristatus).

April - June 2011 Research project at Macquarie University, NSW, Australia.

2009 - 2011 MSc Biology, University of Hamburg.

Thesis: Group size and predation risk in the Australian crab spider Diaea ergandros.

2006 - 2009 BSc Biology, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg.

1996 - 2005 Abitur, Martin-Behaim-Gymnasium, Nürnberg.

Research

Research interests:

˗        Population ecology and demography

˗        Conservation genetics

˗        Behavioral ecology

Publications

Publications

Unglaub B, Ruch J, Herberstein ME, Schneider JM (2013): Hunted hunters? Effects of group size on predation risk and growth in the Australian subsocial crab spider Diaea ergandros. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67(5), pp 785-794.

Unglaub B, Steinfartz S, Drechsler A, Schmidt BR (2015): Linking habitat suitability to demography in a pond-breeding amphibian. Frontiers in Zoology, 12(9).