Washington Post Highlights Prof. ter Hofstede's Study

Prof. ter Hofstede's paper "Sensory-based niche partitioning in a multiple predator - multiple prey community" was featured in the Washington Post.  The study published in the June 7, 2015 The Royal Society Proceedings B, looked at four species of gleaning bats and found that each species preferred different acoustic features in 12 prey species of katydids.  These findings may provide insight into the evolution of prey signal evolution.