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- Departmental Seminar, Ecology and Evolution, University of Münster, November 2016.
- Wake Forest University Perspectives in Biology Symposium, November 2016.
- Departmental Seminar, Biology, McGill University, Montreal.
- Departmental Seminar, Ecology and Evolution, Univ. of Texas, Austin.
- University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Departmental Seminar.
- 9th International Conference on Voice Physiology and Biomechanics.
- Konrad Lorenz Institute for Ethology, Vienna.