Miss Rebecca Bracegirdle
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- BSc: Zoology with Herpetology
- MSc: MScRes in Biological Sciences
Currently studying an MScRes (supervisor Wolfgang Wüster) with the hypothesis - Echis carinatus raised on different diets show phenotypic plasticity in response to changes in the diet with any variation in the venom resulting from phenotypic plasticity being adaptive.
- PublishedMate today, gone tomorrow: male-on-female cannibalism in Zamenis longissimus (Laurenti, 1768) in North Wales
Major, T., Bracegirdle, R., Gandini, A., Limia Russel, G., Pozzi, A., Morgan, R., Mulley, J. & Wüster, W., 17 Jan 2023, In: Herpetology Notes. 16, p. 51-54 4 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review
I worked on a radiotracking and mark-recapture study on Aesculapian snakes in the Colwyn Bay area.