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Endocrine disruption: thyroid dysfunction in mummichogs (Fundulus heteroclitus) from a polluted habitat
Does shooting disturbance affect diving ducks wintering on large shallow lakes? A case study on Lough Neagh, Northern Ireland
Substrate preferences and activity patterns of two Leptophlebiidae (Ephemeroptera) species from southern Chile
Behavioural modifications imposed to the ciliate protist Euplotes crassus by caulerpenyne: The major toxic terpenoid of the green seaweed, Caulerpa taxifolia
Age- and sex-specific behaviour in harbour seals Phoca vitulina leads to biased estimates of vital population parameters
Behavioural and Demographic Responses To Food and Space Competition by Juvenile Steelhead Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)
In many social sciurids, male territoriality confers significant mating advantages. We evaluated resident male paternity in Gunnison's prairie dogs (Cynomys gunnisoni), a colonial ground-dwelling sciurid, where males and females cooperatively defend territories. Contrary to findings reported for other social sciurids, our results show that territorial resident males do not gain significant reproductive advantages. Resident males sired the majority of offspring from their respective territories only 10.5% of the time. A single non-resident male sired equal or greater number of offspring than any single resident male 71.2% of the time. While adult males were more likely to sire a greater number of offspring, standard...
Some humpback whales migrate annually from Antarctic feeding grounds to the seas around the Tongan Islands to give birth and mate. The Tongan humpbacks are considered part of Southern Hemisphere Group V that splits during migration, some swimming to Eastern Australia and others to various Polynesian Islands. During this time long complex songs are produced. The song is thought to be a male breeding display and may serve either as an intra-sexual or an inter-sexual signal or both. It is in a constant state of change that occurs every season. Since these changes are directional they cannot be described by drift, and singers incorporate changes as they occur, thus song must be shared through cultural transmission....
Mechanisms for the formation and maintenance of traditional night roost aggregations in a territorial damselfly
Conflict between co-occurring manipulative parasites? An experimental study of the joint influence of two acanthocephalan parasites on the behaviour of Gammarus pulex
Nocturnal Flight Behavior of Waterbirds in Close Proximity to a Transmission Powerline in the Florida Everglades