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Volume 60, Number 3, September 2000

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Warning signals, receiver psychology and predator memory
pp. 269-278(10)
Author: Speed, M.P.

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MHC-mediated fetal odourtypes expressed by pregnant females influence male associative behaviour
pp. 289-295(7)
Authors: Beauchamp, G.K.; Curran, M.; Yamazaki, K.

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Mechanisms of maternal rank 'inheritance' in the spotted hyaena, Crocuta crocuta
pp. 323-332(10)
Authors: Engh, A.L.; Esch, K.; Smale, L.; Holekamp, K.E.

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Using video playbacks to study visual communication in a marine fish, Salaria pavo
pp. 351-357(7)
Authors: Goncalves, D.M.; Oliveira, R.F.; Korner, K.; Poschadel, J.R.; Schlupp, I.

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Individual mares bias investment in sons and daughters in relation to their condition
pp. 359-367(9)
Authors: Cameron, E.Z.; Linklater, W.L.

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Diet of a polyphagous arthropod predator affects refuge seeking of its thrips prey
pp. 369-375(7)
Authors: Venzon, M.; Janssen, A.; Pallini, A.; Sabelis, M.W.

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Effect of maternal and paternal line on spatial and temporal marine distribution in Atlantic salmon
pp. 377-384(8)
Authors: Kallio-Nyberg, I.; Koljonen, M.; Saloniemi, I.

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Diversity of behaviour during novel object tests is reduced in pigs housed in substrate-impoverished conditions
pp. 385-394(10)
Authors: Wemelsfelder, F.; Haskell, M.; Mendl, M.T.; Calvert, S.; Lawrence, A.B.

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Pigs shift too: foraging strategies and spatial memory in the domestic pig
pp. 403-410(8)
Authors: Laughlin, K.; Mendl, M.

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African Mole-rats. Ecology and Eusociality
pp. 411-412(2)
Authors: Heth, G.; Todrank, J.

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On the Move. How and Why Animals Travel in Groups
pp. 412-412(1)
Author: Robinson, J.G.

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Old World Monkeys
pp. 414-415(2)
Author: Barrett, L.

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