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William Romey

William Romey is a professor of biology at SUNY Potsdam where he focuses on research on insect ecology, evolution, and insect diversity. He has dedicated his time to researching tiny whirligig beetles and how their movement can inform the behavior of animals as large as the wildebeests of Africa.

Putting A Flock To Flight

A well-known paper in literature (Roberts, 1997, Animal Behaviour, 54:1517-1522) asks the important question: “How many birds does it take to put a flock to flight?” The question could apply to any group of organisms from birds, buffalo, insects, people, […]