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Tessa K. Solomon-Lane, Madelyne C. Willis, Devaleena S. Pradhan and Matthew S. Grober

is almost always categorized as a product of agonistic interactions between group members that consistently result in the subordinate member yielding to the dominant (Wilson, 1980 ; Drews, 1993 ). Agonistic behaviour is an important subset of social behaviour that encompasses interactions related

Michael E. Pereira and Peter M. Kappeler

DIVERGENT SYSTEMS OF AGONISTIC BEHAVIOUR IN LEMURID PRIMATES by MICHAEL E. PEREIRA1,2) and PETER M. KAPPELER3,4) (1Department of Biology, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania 17837, USA; 3Deutsches Primatenzentrum, Goettingen, Germany) (Acc. 7-VIII-1996) Summary Two semifree

Delgado-Morales, Ramón and Hernández-Falcón

AGONISTIC BEHAVIOUR IN CRAYFISH: THE IMPORTANCE OF SENSORY INPUTS BY G. DELGADO-MORALES 1 / , J. HERNÁNDEZ-FALCÓN 1 / and F. RAMÓN 2,3 / 1 / Depto. de Fisiología, and 2 / División de Estudios de Posgrado e Investigación, Facultad de Medicina, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, A. P. 70

R.N. Gibson

THE AGONISTIC BEHAVIOUR OF JUVENILE BLENNIUS PHOLIS L. (TELEOSTEI) by R. N. GIBSON1) 2) (Marine Science Laboratories, Menai Bridge, Anglesey, U.K.) (With 8 Figures) (Rec. 13-VII-1967) INTRODUCTION Blennies are among the commonest fish inhabiting rock pools in the littoral zone. FISHELSON (1963

James C. Gillingham and Gordon W. Schuett

Male-male agonistic behaviour of the copperhead, Agkistrodon contortrix Gordon W. Schuett, James C. Gillingham Biology Department, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, Michigan 48859 U.S.A. Present address (GWS): Department of Zoology and Physiology University of Wyoming, Laramie

Keith A. Christian, Grahame J. Webb, Keith A. McGuinness, Matthew L. Brien and Jeffrey W. Lang

Behaviour 150 (2013) 737–762 brill.com/beh Born to be bad: agonistic behaviour in hatchling saltwater crocodiles ( Crocodylus porosus ) Matthew L. Brien a , b , ∗ , Grahame J. Webb a , b , Jeffrey W. Lang c , Keith A. McGuinness a and Keith A. Christian a a Research Institute for the

Claes Andrén

Courtship, mating and agonistic behaviour in a free-living population of adders, Vipera berus (L.) Claes Andrén University of Göteborg, Department of Zoology, Box 250 59, S-400 31 Göteborg, Sweden Abstract. Courtship, mating and agonistic behaviour in free living adders, Vipera berus, are

George F. Estabrook and Brian A. Hazlett

EXAMINATION OF AGONISTIC BEHAVIOR BY CHARACTER ANALYSIS I. THE SPIDER CRAB MICROPHRYS BICORNUTUS by BRIAN A. HAZLETT and GEORGE F. ESTABROOK 1) (Departments of Zoology and Botany, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. USA) (With 2 Figures) (Ree. 15-1-1973) INTRODUCTION A persistent problem

C.J.O. Harrison

ALLOPREENING AS AGONISTIC BEHAVIOUR by C. J. O. HARRISON 1) (British Museum (Natural History), London, U. K.) (with 12 Figures) (Rec. 26-III-1964) I. INTRODUCTION Although allopreening (= mutual preening) has long been known to occur in many species of birds, very little attention has been paid

Michelle L. Murillo, Susan C. Walls, Andrew R. Blaustein and Charles S. Conrad

AGONISTIC BEHAVIOUR IN LARVAE OF THE NORTHWESTERN SALAMANDER (AMBYSTOMA GRACILE): THE EFFECTS OF KINSHIP, FAMILIARITY AND POPULATION SOURCE by SUSAN C. WALLS1,2,3), CHARLES S. CONRAD4), MICHELLE L. MURILLO5) and ANDREW R. BLAUSTEIN6,7) (1Department of Biology, The City College of The City