Dr Omar Myint
Department of Zoology, University of Yangon
BSc (Honours) (Zoology), University of Yangon
MSc (Zoology), University of Yangon
MSc (Behavioural Ecology), Osaka City University, Japan
PhD (Behavioural Ecology), Osaka City University, Japan
Assistant Lecturer (2010-2015)
Japanese Government Scholarship (2005-2011)
Netherland Fellowship (2015)
Netherland Fellowship (2016)
Animal Behaviour, Ecology and Evolution, Ichthyology
E mail Address
1. Myint, O., Takeyama, T., Okuda, N., Ohnishi, N., Kohda, M., 2011. Mate availability facilitates cannibalistic behaviour in a nest brooding fish: effects of timing during the brood cycle. Behaviour Journal, 148: 247-264.
2. Myint, O., Tsujimoto, H., Ohnishi, N., Takeyama, T., Kohda, M., 2011. Mate availability affects female choice in a fish with paternal care: Female counterstrategies against male filial-cannibalism.Journal of Ethology, 29: 153-159.
3. Takeuchi, Y., Hori, M., Myint, O., Kohda, M., 2010. Lateral bias of agonistic responses to mirror images and morphological asymmetry in the Siamese fighting fish (Bettasplendens)). Behavioural Brain Research Journal, 208-1: 106-111.
4. Morimoto, Y., Shibata, J., Takahata, M., Myint, O., Kohda, M., 2010. Male Isaza (Gymnogobiusisaza, Gobiidae) prefer large mates: a counterstrategy against brood parasitism by conspecific female. Journal of Ethology, 28: 429-436.
5. Myint, O., San San Myint, MaungMaungGyi, Kohda, M., 2011. Timing of partial clutch filial cannibalism in the monogynous goby, University of Yangon Research Journal, 3-1: 289-296.
6. Myint, O., San San Myint, MaungMaungGyi, 2013. Multiple cues used by female in an ornamental fish Poecilialatipinal. Journals of Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science, 11-4: 141-149
7. San San Myint, Myint, O, MaungMaungGyi, 2013. The aggressive behaviour of Bettasplendens and their social hierarchy. Journals of Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science, 11-4: 81-88.