Welcome to the new Department of Evolutionary Biology!

The Department of Evolutionary Biology seeks to understand the evolution of animal form, function, and diversity by combining comparative, developmental, and theoretical approaches. The department consists of two units, Integrative Zoology and Theoretical Biology. Please note that the website is currently under construction. Visit us again soon!



New paper in North-western Journal of Zoology

Ecology of the small Snake-eyed Skink Ablepharus kitaibelii (Bibron & Bory de Saint-Vincent, 1833) in a NW Bulgarian population


New book

Species Problems and Beyond

Contemporary Issues in Philosophy and Practice


Midbody-Localized Aquaporin Mediates Intercellular Lumen Expansion During Early Cleavage of an Invasive Freshwater Bivalve


New paper in Invertebrate Reproduction & Development

Effects of nutritional stress on reproductive output in the scorpion Tityus pusillus Pocock, 1893 (Scorpiones, Buthidae)


Nicole Grunstra


New paper in GigaScience

Modern venomics - Current insights, novel methods and future perspectives in biological and applied animal venom research.


New paper in The Anatomical Record

Antler tine homologies and cervid systematics: A review of past and present controversies with special emphasis on Elaphurus davidianus


New paper in Integrative & Comparative Biology

Female Genital Variation Far Exceeds That of Male Genitalia: A Review of Comparative Anatomy of Clitoris and the Female Lower Reproductive Tract in...


New paper in Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution

Repeatable Territorial Aggression in a Neotropical Poison Frog

Departmental Seminar Evolutionary Biology
Summer Term 2022

Tuesdays. 11:30 - 13:00
300142 SE Evolutionary Biology (2022S)

Hörsaal 3, UBB
, Djerassiplatz 1, 1030 Vienna

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