Byron A. Alexander

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A method is suggested to evaluate on an empirical basis sampling plans for the longitudinal study of primate behavior in those very common situations in which the mathematical structure of behavior is unknown. The method is based on a randomization procedure applied to a pilot sample of the behavior organized so that cost of implementation of a sampling(More)
Data are presented on prey choice, nest architecture, natural enemies, daily activity patterns, and seasonal patterns of nest occupancy in a population of Cerceris rufopicta Smith in northeastern Kansas. Most behaviors observed in this population are quite similar to those reported from populations in Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and New York. As(More)
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