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Denise Crampton

School of Biological and Environmental Sciences

Faculty of Science


Bangor University, United Kingdom, MScRes in Biological Sciences
Bangor University, United Kingdom, BSc in Zoology with Herpetology

Journal article

Crampton DA, Giacomini G, Meloro C. 2024. Mandibular morphology in four species of insectivorous bats: the impact of sexual dimorphism and geographical differentiation Journal of Zoology, DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Gündemir O, Michaud M, Altundağ Y, Karabağlı M, Onar V, Crampton D. 2024. Chewing asymmetry in dogs: Exploring the importance of the fossa masseterica and first molar teeth morphology Anatomia, Histologia, Embryologia, 53 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Ağaç DK, Onuk B, Gündemir O, Kabak M, Manuta N, Çakar B, Janeczek M, Crampton DA, Szara T. 2024. Comparative Cranial Geometric Morphometrics among Wistar Albino, Sprague Dawley, and WAG/Rij Rat Strains Animals, 14 :1-15 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Wernström JV, Slater BJ, Sørensen MV, Crampton D, Altenburger A. 2023. Geometric morphometrics of macro- and meiofaunal priapulid pharyngeal teeth provides a proxy for studying Cambrian “tooth taxa” Zoomorphology, DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Turner GF, Crampton D, Genner M. 2023. A new species of Lethrinops (Cichliformes: Cichlidae) from a Lake Malawi satellite lake, believed to be extinct in the wild. Zootaxa, 5318 :515-530 DOI Author Url Publisher Url

Turner GF, Crampton DA, Rusuwa B, Hooft van Huysduynen A, Svardal H. 2022. Taxonomic investigation of the zooplanktivorous Lake Malawi cichlids Copadichromis mloto (Iles) and C. virginalis (Iles) Hydrobiologia, DOI Publisher Url Public Url

García-Vázquez A, Crampton DA, Lamb AL, Wolff GA, Kiriakoulakis K, Guidarelli G, Loy A, Ciucci P, Groff C, Pinto-Llona AC, Grandal-d’Anglade A, Meloro C. 2022. Isotopic signature in isolated south-western populations of European brown bear (Ursus arctos) Mammal Research, DOI Publisher Url Public Url


Scientific High Level Visiting Fellowship, Higher Education, Research and Innovation Department of the French Embassy, in partnership with CNRS at Museum National D'histoire Naturelle. 2023

External collaboration:

Istanbul University-Cerrahpaşa, Ozan Gündemir. 2023

Sapienza Università di Roma, Davide Tamagnini and Daniele De Angelis. 2023

The Arctic University Museum of Norway, Joel Vikberg Wernström. 2023

Bangor University, Ian Mcarthy. 2022

University of Tlemcen, Rida Mohammed Mediouni. 2021

Bangor University, George F. Turner. 2016

Conference presentation:

The Bat's Out of the Bag: Unveiling how Geography, Allometry and Secual Dimorphism Impact the Mandibles of 4 Insect-Eating Bat Species!, Postgraduate Research Festival 2023, Maritime Museum, Royal Albert Dock, Liverpool, Poster. 2023

Mandibular morphology in four species of insectivorous bats: the impact of sexual dimorphism and geographical differentiation., The 6th British Bat Research Symposium,, The Watershed, Bristol, Flash talk and Poster. 2023

Taxonomic Revision of the Astatotilapia (Teleostei: Cichlidae: Haplochromini) inhabiting the East flowing rivers of Tanzania. with the description of four new species from the Rufiji river catchment, FSBI 2022 Annual International Symposium 2022: Fish in a Dynamic World, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham starting, Oral. 2022

Mandible size and shape variation in insectivorous bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera), Bangor University Aspiring Researchers Conference, Bangor, Gwynedd, Oral. 2021

Preparation of species diagnoses of the main tanzanian riverine haplochromine cichlids (Astatotilapia), Wales Ecology and Evolution Network (WEEN) 2020, Centre for Alternative Technology. Pantperthog, Machynlleth, Oral. 2020