Condition-dependent mate choice in the guppy: a role for short-term food restriction? Gabrielle A. Archard 1) , Innes C. Cuthill 2) & Julian C. Partridge 3) (School of Biological Sciences, University of Bristol, Woodland Road, Bristol, BS8 1UG, UK) (Accepted: 18 August 2006) Summary Condition
Context dependent acquisition of familiarity recognition in Trinidadian guppies C. Sievers 1) & A.E. Magurran (Scottish Oceans Institute, University of St Andrews, St Andrews, Fife, UK) (Accepted: 2 May 2011) Summary Animals have the cognitive capacity to distinguish between familiar and
Mate-choice copying in free-ranging Trinidadian guppies ( Poecilia reticulata ) Jean-Guy J. Godin ∗ ) & Kimberley P.E. Hair (Department of Biology, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada K1S 5B6) (Accepted: 5 April 2009) Summary The social experiences of individuals can influence their mate
. Neophobia, the fear of novel stimuli, provides an excellent example of such plasticity. Elevated predation risk over as little as a few days dramatically changes the expression of neophobia. Guppies ( Poecilia reticulata ), cichlids ( Amatitlania nigrofasciata , Pelvicachromis taeniatus ), damselfish
GEOGRAPHIC VARIATION IN THE SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR OF THE GUPPY, POECILIA RETICULATA (PETERS) by P. H. LUYTEN and N. R. LILEY1) (Department of Zoology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, V6T 2A9) (With 2 Figures) (Acc. 29-I-1985) Introduction The guppy, Poecilia reticulata, a
PREDATOR INSPECTION BEHAVIOUR COVARIES WITH SCHOOLING TENDENCY AMONGST WILD GUPPY, POECILIA RETICULATA, POPULATIONS IN TRINIDAD by ANNE E. MAGURRAN and BENONI H. SEGHERS1) (Animal Behaviour Research Group, Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, South Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3PS, UK) (With
RISK SENSITIVE COURTSHIP IN THE GUPPY (POECILIA RETICULATA) by ANNE E. MAGURRAN and BENONI H. SEGHERS1)2) (School of Biological Sciences, University of Wales, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2UW, U.K.) (With 1 Figure) (Acc. 8-IX-1989) Introduction The presence of predators can have a profound influence
responses (Schwartz & Hendry, 2010 ; Sih et al., 2011 ; Sih, 2013 ). Characterizing flexibility across the geographic range of a species can offer insights into variation among populations in the ability to meet the challenges of fluctuating environments.
Guppy ( Poecilia reticulata ) populations in
have well developed social cognitive abilities (Ward et al., 2007) and can recognize prior social partners individually and later behave preferentially towards them based on their past interactions (e.g., Dugatkin & Alfieri, 1991; Dzieweczynski et al., 2017).
Here, using the Trinidadian guppy
Behaviour 149 (2012) 1–14 brill.nl/beh Predation pressure and food abundance during early life alter risk-taking behaviour and growth of guppies ( Poecilia reticulata ) E. Tobias Krause a , ∗ and Thilo Liesenjohann b a Department of Animal Behaviour, University of Bielefeld, P.O. Box 100 131