Short documentaries on our bitterling and killifish research are free to view on ČT2 (Czech Television) website.


Videoabstracts (approximately 2 min long) for a set of selected papers can be viewed below.

Bitterling research:

Reichard et al. (2012) An invasive species reverses the roles in a host-parasite relationship between bitterling fish and unionid mussels. Biol Lett, 8, 601-604.

Spence et al. (2013) Strategic sperm allocation and a Coolidge effect in an externally fertilizing species. Behav Ecol, 24, 82-88.

Reichard et al. (2012) Female rose bitterling prefer MHC-dissimilar males: experimental evidence. PLoS ONE, 7, e40780.

Killifish research:

Blažek et al. (2013) Rapid growth, early maturation and short generation time in African annual fishes. EvoDevo, 4, 24.

Terzibasi Tozzini et al. (2013) Parallel evolution of senescence in annual fishes in response to extrinsic mortality. BMC Evol Biol 13: 77.

Bartáková et al. (2013) Strong population genetic structuring in an annual fish, Nothobranchius furzeri, suggests multiple savannah refugia in southern Mozambique. BMC Evol Biol, 13: 196.