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Harvesting as a potential selective pressure on behavioural traits

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Human activities are a major evolutionary force affecting wild populations. Selective pressure from harvest has mainly been documented for life‐history and morphological traits. The probability for an individual to be harvested, however, may also depend on its behaviour.
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Keywords: angling; evolutionary consequences; exploitation; fisheries; gillnet; harvest‐induced selection; hunting; passive and active gear; vulnerability

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2017

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