Meghann Meyer

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Interactions between the bluestreak cleaner wrasse Labroides dimidiatus and its client reef fish are a textbook example of interspecific mutualism. The fact that clients actively visit cleaners and invite inspection, together with evidence that cleaners eat many client ectoparasites per day, indeed strongly suggests a mutualistic relationship. What remains(More)
Rats reared from weaning in a complex environment with other rats and numerous objects display sex differences in several brain areas, yet there is little systematic information on the types of interactions that rats have within complex environments or whether there are sex differences in these interactions. Therefore, male and female rats were observed in(More)
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