Cedric van den Berg

Cedric studies the use and perception of colour and patterns in nature.

He is a PhD student under the supervision of Dr. Simon Bloomberg, Prof John Endler, Prof Justin Marshall and Dr Karen Cheney. Following the successful completion of his master thesis under the supervision of Dr Karen Cheney and Prof Justin Marshall on the evolution of colour pattern complexity in nudibranch molluscs, he now continues his promising efforts to study colour pattern evolution in marine animals with particular focus on visual predator-prey interactions like aposematism and crypsis.

Experience

  • –present
    PhD student, The University of Queensland