Enrique Font Bisier
ICBiBE Research Lab:
PhD University of Tennessee (Knoxville), USA, 1988.
I am an ethologist interested in many topics relating to animal behavior. I received a Ph.D. in Ethology from the University of Tennessee in 1988. Since 1996 I am a full-time Associate Professor at the Zoology Department of the University of Valencia in Spain. I am also a member of the Cavanilles Institute of the University of Valencia, where I head the Ethology lab.
Research interests: I study animal behavior (ethology), with an emphasis on lizard behavior and communication.
Teaching: Ethology (33061), Behavioral Ecology (43244), Herpetology (43237).
- Pérez i de Lanuza, G., M.A. Carretero & E. Font (2017) Intensity of male-male competition predicts morph diversity in a color polymorphic lizard. Evolution (in press).
- Pérez i de Lanuza, G. & E. Font (2016) The evolution of colour pattern complexity: selection for conspicuousness favours contrasting within-body colour combinations in lizards. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29:942-951.
- Kramer, M. & E. Font (2017) Reducing sample size in experiments with animals: Historical controls and related strategies. Biological Reviews 92:431-445.
- Pérez i de Lanuza, G. & E. Font (2014) Ultraviolet vision in lacertid lizards: Evidence from retinal structure, eye transmittance, SWS1 visual pigment genes and behaviour. Journal of Experimental Biology 217:2899-2909.
- Font, E., P. Carazo, G. Pérez i de Lanuza & M. Kramer (2012) Predator-elicited foot shakes in wall lizards (Podarcis muralis): Evidence for a pursuit-deterrent function. Journal of Comparative Psychology 126:87-96.
Headquarters (Scientific Park, Main Building)
Cavanilles Institute of Biodiversity and Evolutionary Biology (ICBiBE)
University of Valencia