Bruno Alves Buzatto                                   
Lecturer in Evolution

Adjunct Research Fellow

I am an evolutionary biologist fascinated by behavioral ecology and sexual selection, and my research has mostly focused on insects and arachnids.  More recently, I developed a great interest on the evolution of alternative reproductive tactics, male dimorphism and the evolution of phenotypic plasticity. I am currently based at Macquarie University, but also hold an adjunct research fellow position at the University of Western Australia.

Macquarie University (E8C - room 209)
8, Wally's Walk
Macquarie Park, NSW 2113

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Office: +61 (2) 9850 8226
Mobile: +61 425 831 125


  • Move to Macquarie University! I am extremely happy to announce that I just moved to Sydney to take a lecturer position at Macquarie University! I really wanted to announce this here and in social ...
    Posted Feb 11, 2018, 10:09 PM by Bruno Buzatto
  • Intralocus tactical conflict in JEB The latest issue of the Journal of Evolutionary Biology features an article by Kyana Pike, Joe Tomkins and myself on a topic that I am fascinated about — the evolutionary conflict ...
    Posted Jun 12, 2017, 11:37 PM by Bruno Buzatto
  • Benefits of polyandry in Molecular Ecology Molecular Ecology just published a paper on dung beetles that Erin McCullough (the lead author), Leigh Simmons and I conducted here at the University of Western Australia. In a nutshell ...
    Posted May 12, 2017, 2:09 AM by Bruno Buzatto
  • Conditional trimorphism in the J Theor Biol A few years ago, my interest in male dimorphism led me to a collaboration with professors Mark Rowland and Clifford Qualls, from the University of New Mexico. Our collaboration had ...
    Posted Mar 22, 2017, 12:04 AM by Bruno Buzatto
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Link to my CV [last updated on 12th February 2018]

My office at Macquarie University