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HABITAT SELECTION AND PREY ODOR IN THE FORAGING BEHAVIOR OF WESTERN RATTLESNAKES (CROTALUS VIRIDIS) by DEMETRI HILARIO THEODORATUS 1,2) and DAVID CHISZAR 3,4) ( 1 Museum of Vertebrate Zoology and Department of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720; 3 Department of

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Forages and grazing in horse nutrition 227 Foraging behaviour of equines grazing on partially improved heathlands L.M.M. Ferreira1, R. Celaya2, A.S. Santos1, U. García2, R. Rosa García2, M.A.M. Rodrigues1 and K. Osoro2 1CECAV-UTAD, Animal Production Group, P.O. Box 1013, 5001-901, Vila Real

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FORAGING BEHAVIOUR OF ARMADILLIDIUM VULGARE (ISOPODA: ONISCIDEA) IN HETEROGENEOUS ENVIRONMENTS by JOANNE M. TUCK and MARK HASSALL 1,2) (Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Conservation, School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia, Norwich, NR4 7TJ, UK) (Acc. 24-XI-2003) Summary

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SOME ASPECTS OF THE FORAGING BEHAVIOUR OF BUMBLE-BEES by AUBREY MANNING1) (Department of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy, Oxford.) (With 5 Figures) (Rec. 15-IX-1955) INTRODUCTION HERMANN M ÜLLER (1882) was the first to discover that honey-bees, when foraging, confine their attention to a

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effects on growth and survival rates (e.g., Elliott, 1994 ; Lobón-Cerviá, 2007, 2010 ). Traditionally, brown trout has been considered as a territorial fish (Burnet, 1969 ) and individual trout can change their tactics of foraging behaviour according to changes in both the food availability and

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SEQUENTIAL FORAGING BEHAVIOUR OF BOTTLENOSE DOLPHINS, TURSIOPS TRUNCATUS, IN SARASOTA BAY, FL by DOUGLAS P. NOWACEK 1,2) (Department of Biology, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA 02543) (Acc. 15-VI-2002) Summary Detailed analyses of dolphin foraging behaviour have typically

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THE DEVELOPMENT OF LARVAL FORAGING BEHAVIOUR IN DROSOPHILA PAVANI, D. GAUCHA AND THEIR RECIPROCAL HYBRIDS by FRANCISCO DEL PINO 1) and RAÚL GODOY-HERRERA 2,3,4) ( 1 Departamento de Psicología, Universidad Academia de Humanismo Cristiano; 2 Programa de Genética Humana, Instituto de Ciencias

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redistribution in sand dunes: a basis for coexistence of two rodent species . Oikos . 105 : 325 – 335 . Bowers MA . 1982 . Foraging behavior of heteromyid rodents: field evidence of resource partitioning . J Mammal. 63 : 361 – 367 . Brown JH , Lieberman GA . 1973 . Resource utilization

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STOCHASTIC PROPERTIES OF THE FORAGING BEHAVIOR OF SIX SPECIES OF MIGRATORY SHOREBIRDS by MYRON CHARLES BAKER 1) (The Rockefeller University, New York, New York, U.S.A.) INTRODUCTION The study of animal behavior as a stochastic (probabilistic) process is a relatively recent development. As used

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role of body size, illumination, and habitat structure on rates of predation Ecology 1991 72 2249 2261 Kotler B.P. Blaustein Brown J.S. Predator facilitation: the combined effect of snakes and owls on the foraging behavior of gerbils Ann. Zool. Fenn 1992 29 199 206 Kotler B.P. Brown J

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