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The Australian Thomisus spectabilis crab spider reflects UV light which attracts honeybees (Apis mellifera) to the flowers they sit on. Photo reproduced by permission of Ron Oldfield.
Correlates and Consequences of Dominance in a Social Rodent
Huang, Brian; Wey, Tina W.; Blumstein, Daniel T.
Male–Male Competition in a Mixed-Mating Fish
Molloy, Philip P.; Nyboer, Elizabeth A.; Côté, Isabelle M.
Differences in the Spacing Behaviour of Two Breeds of Domestic Sheep (Ovis aries) – Influence of Artificial Selection?
Jørgensen, Grete H. M.; Andersen, Inger L.; Holand, Øystein; Bøe, Knut E.
Repeatability of Foreign Egg Rejection: Testing the Assumptions of Co-Evolutionary Theory
Samaš, Peter; Hauber, Mark E.; Cassey, Phillip; Grim, Tomáš
Influence of Some Potential Predation Risk Factors and Interaction between Predation Risk and Cost of Fleeing on Escape by the Lizard Sceloporus virgatus
Cooper, William E.
Avoiding Male Harassment: Wing-Closing Reactions to Flying Individuals by Female Small Copper Butterflies
Group Size in Animal Societies: The Potential Role of Social and Ecological Limitations in the Group-Living Fish, Paragobiodon xanthosomus
Wong, Marian Y.L.
Spermatophore and Sperm Allocation in Males of the Monandrous Butterfly Pararge aegeria: the Female’s Perspective
Velde, Lesley Vande; Damiens, David; Van Dyck, Hans
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