Hazel Dudley - MBiolSci 2023, Measuring beta diversity of tropical Nymphalid butterfly communities in Ecuador across vertical, spatial and temporal scales
Silas Biggin - MBioSci 2023, Evolution of Cortex in Lepidoptera and Cortex structure within a Chetone histrio inversion
Juan Enciso – PhD 2022, Variation in scale structure, structural colour and its genetic basis in two co-mimic species of Heliconius butterflies eThesis (Leverhulme CABM funded)
Imogen Elliott – MRes 2021, The effects of rearing temperature on development and adult thermal tolerance in the tropical butterfly, Heliconius sara
Eve Scott – MRes 2021, The role of iridescent structural colour in male preference in Heliconius sara
Luke Richardson – MBiolSci 2021, Variation across an altitudinal cline in the red wing patches of two neotropical butterflies, Heliconius erato and Heliconius melpomene
Jonathan Wood – MRes 2020, The thermoregulatory ability of Heliconius butterflies at different elevations in the Andes
Sophie Smith – Postgraduate Research Assistant 2020
Harriet Smith – MBiolSci 2020, The importance of iridescent structural colour for mate choice in Heliconius sara butterflies.
Rory Cooper – PhD 2020, The evolution and development of shark scales (with Gareth Fraser)
Gonzalo Castiella Ona – Erazmus+ intern 2019
Melanie Brien – PhD 2019, The genetics and evolution of iridescence and structural colour in Heliconius butterflies. eThesis (NERC ACCE funded)
Hannah Bainbridge – MBiolSci 2019, Convergent evolution of quantitative pattern variation in mimetic butterflies.
Shaun Goodall – MBiolSci 2019, Using gene expression data to identify genes controlling iridescent structural colour.
Jennifer Smith – MBiolSci 2018, Morphological variation in Heliconius butterflies over altitudinal gradients.
Dirleane Ottonelli Rossato, visitor from Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, Do agricultural practices affect butterfly dispersal and genetic diversity?
Anna Puttick – MBiolSci 2017, Sexual dimorphism in structural and pigmentary colour in the co-mimetic butterflies Heliconius erato and Heliconius melpomene.
Thomas Gomersall – MBiolSci 2017, Are Heliconius butterflies capable of social learning?
Amruta Tendolkar – Genes and Development Summer Studentship 2016, Expression of the novel colour patterning gene Cortex
Gracie Adams – Summer Internship 2016, Morphological and genetic diversity in populations of the butterfly Heliconius sara
Adam Gillis – MBiolSci 2016, Assortative mating and sexual dichromatism in Heliconius erato cyrbia.
James Bradford – NERC ACCE research experience placement 2015, The Diversity of wing scale structure responsible for structural colour in Heliconius