Egri, Ádám, PhD

research fellow

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visual ecology, ecological traps, aquatic insects

Visual Ecology

Visual ecology can be defined as the study of how animals use the information gathered by their visual systems in their survival strategies. How can they visually find the appropriate habitats? How did their vision and photoreceptors specialize for a given task, such as mating, navigation, communication or feeding. We study the visual ecology of arthropods, particularly aquatic insects and try to utilize our results in nature conservation.