- "THE ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION OF EYESPOTS IN CATERPILLARS" Talk to the Toronto Entomologists' Association. Saturday, April 22, 2023 by Zoom. Recording here!
- "Understanding unisexual Ambystoma complexes in Ontario, and how to conserve them" Talk to Trent Herpetological Society. February 6 2023.
- "Understanding and Conserving the Endangered Small- mouthed Salamander Complex on Pelee Island" Talk to Peterborough Field Naturalists (Jan 2023)
- Pinegrove Productions: The Pelee Island Salamander Complex [Educational Video]
- Pelee Island Research Webinar hosted by Ontario Nature [T.Hossie starts @ 53:54]
- Provincial Report: Trent University’s Pelee Island salamander inventory and monitoring projects
- Frontiers Conversations: Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution Inaugural Webinar: "New Perspectives and Emerging Directions in Predator-Prey Functional Response Research" by Thomas Hossie & Dennis Murray. [Click to see recording on YouTube]
- Snake Fake: For a plump caterpillar with no defensive body parts, masquerading as a deadly viper is an effective adaptation for survival in the Peruvian Amazon. bioGraphic
- We received new SARSF funding to continue our salamander research on Pelee Island. See the Press Release here!
- I was quoted in Nature News in an article entitled: Toad tadpoles turn homegrown poisons on each other
- Our review paper in OIKOS was selected as Editor's Choice in February 2017!
- Feature article in The Arthur on my salamander research: Trent funded to study endangered Salamander species
- Trent University Press Release for our 3-years of funding to study Small-mouthed salamanders
- Our paper on multi-component deceptive signals was covered by Carl Zimmer at the New York Times! - Click here!
- Our research is covered by BBC Earth: Six ways that animals use fake eyes: A fresh look at the science of eyespots reveals some modern surprises
- Our paper on caterpillar eyespots was the topic of a BBC Nature article - Click here to read the BBC article!
- I was interviewed on the Journal of Zoology Podcast (Episode 5) to discuss our paper examining anti-predator responses in the face of variable predation risk - Click here to listen!