In a new study published in Ecological Applications, CTBCC's Tobin Northfield and student Samantha Forbes show that sometimes everyone can win - as increased pollinator habitat results in increased production of cacao AND increased predator conservation.
In a new study published in Global Change Biology, CTBCC researcher Megan Higgie, with co-authors from the UK and Melbourne, show that climate change has complex effects on fruit flies in an ingenious experiment.
Ever found a snake down your toilet? A recent video went viral online - showing a snake being removed from a toilet in Thailand. CTBCC's Lin Schwarzkopf spoke to National Geographic on why snakes might end up in your dunny.
Swarms of baby cane toads have descended on areas in the tropical north during the summer months. CTBCC's Ross Alford talks to the Cairns Post about the phenomenon.
In a new paper published in Tropical Conservation Science, CTBCC and TESS researchers investigate how large mammals use remnant linear forest areas in Sumatra.
In a new article in Mongabay, CTBCC's Bill Laurance outlines the infrastructure tsunami that is descending on Asia.
Researchers from CTBCC and TESS have collated the cost and benefit data of a broad range of strategies to conserve and manage forests in Southeast Asia.
The iconic Christmas beetle - usually numerous at Christmas - appears to be declining - CTBCC's Lin Schwarzkopf talks to the Townsville Bulletin about what might be happening.
CTBCC's own intrepid explorer, Conrad Hoskin, has his discoveries highlighted in Australian Geographic.
In a new study published in Ecology and Society, CTBCC's Susan Laurance, and co-authors from TESS, and from South America, investigate the costs of ecological restoration on a landscape scale in Brazil.
The amphibian chytrid fungus is responsible for global frog declines. In a new paper published in Immunogentics, CTBCC and One Health researchers advance molecular knowledge that may result in better resistance to the disease.
CTBCC students continue to amass prizes and grants - with PhD student Donald McKnight picking up an award at this years ESA conference.
In a recent interview on 4CA radio, CTBCC's ant expert Lori Lach busts some myths about ants.
As the warmer weather hits, the public are reporting an influx of ants into their homes. CTBCC's ant expert Lori Lach talks to the Herald Sun about why.
The recently published Altmetric list of the 'Most Discussed' research in 2016 includes a paper co-authored by CTBCC member Bill Laurance.
In a recent article in The Conversation, CTBCC's Bill Laurance warns that it's time to stand tall for the gentle giant - the giraffe.
In a recent paper published in the journal Biotropica, CTBCC researchers, along with collaborators from the UK, Norway, Madagascar and the USA, examine how temperature changes in structurally complex rainforests.
In a new study published in this months Animal Behaviour, CTBCC's Rickard Abom and Lin Schwarzkopf examine anti-predator behaviour in introduced and native rodents in Australia.
CTBCC's Tobin Northfield discusses midges and cocoa production in a new talk from TEDxJCUCairns.
Recent surveys and captive breeding efforts have noted a decline in wild ulysses butterflies, and failure in captive breeding. CTBCC's Tobin Northfield talks to the ABC about what might be happening.
Congratulations to CTBCC students Melinda Greenfield and Pauline Lenancker on receiving a prestigious Holsworth Wildlife Research Endowment.
In a new article in The Conversation, CTBCC's Bill Laurance examines the potential for as yet undiscovered species, and the alarming possibility that they may go extinct before we even find them.
In an recent article in the Townsville Bulletin, it was reported that Townsville has the most snake bites in Queensland, with 87 patients in 2016 so far. CTBCC's Conrad Hoskin adds some science to the hysteria.
In a new article published in The Conversation, CTBCC's Bill Laurance and co-author Paul Elrich report that the 6th mass extinction is already underway, and highlight that radical action is required if we hope to halt it.
In a new paper published in renown journal Science, Brett Scheffers and colleagues assess the broad impacts of climate change globally across across genes, species, and ecosystems.
In a new paper released in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B, CTBCC's Simon Robson and co-authors investigate ant brain size in species with different social behaviors.
In a new paper published in this weeks edition of Oecologia, CTBCC student Anna Pintor, along with supervisors Andrew Krockenberger and Lin Schwarzkopf, investigate how a tropical lizard maintains hydroregulation when the temperature heats up.
CTBCC's Dr Richard Rowe recently gave a talk at the 2016 International Congress of Entomology in Orlando, Florida, on agonistic behaviour in insect larvae.
In a new study, CTBCC researcher Rickard Abom has been investigating how animal populations recover after controlled burning, and found that results differ among species.
In a new article published in The Conversation, CTBCC's Bill Laurance highlights why saving the world's wildest regions has become even more important in biodiversity conservation.