Simone Chapuis

  • Citations Per Year
Learn More
Persistent colour polymorphisms can result from natural and/or sexual selection, and may occur in males, females, or both sexes. Contrary to conspicuous patterns frequently observed in courtship colouration, differences in cryptic colouration are not always perceived by the human sensory system. In sexually dimorphic sailfin silversides fishes, males show(More)
The Red-Cross and Red-Crescent International Museum has been owning from 1995 a collection (series) of 12,000 posters coming from the International Federation of the Red-Cross and Red-Crescent National Societies. These posters are dedicated to the prevention of diseases and health promotion. Blood donation is featured everywhere in this package. While the(More)
  • 1