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Mating systems, philopatry and dispersal in birds and mammals
Abstract Many species of birds and mammals are faithful to their natal and breeding site or group. In most of them one sex is more philopatric than the other. In birds it is usually females whichExpand
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Ranks and relationships in Highland ponies and Highland Cows.
Recent studies of primates have questioned the importance of dominance hierarchies in groups living under natural conditions. In a herd of Highland ponies and one of Highland cattle grazing underExpand
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Inbreeding and dispersal in the great tit
IN populations which normally outbreed, matings between close relatives can result in a decrease in the viability and fertility of their offspring. Such inbreeding depression has been shown in aExpand
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Breeding dispersal of the pied flycatcher (Ficedula hypoleuca)
Etude menee de 1948 a 1964 dans la foret de Dean, Gloucestershire sur la dispersion des sites de reproduction selon les annees et, pour une meme saison, selon les individus. Influence eventuelle deExpand
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The Ecology of Animal Movement
In this collection the editors' aim has been to concentrate on current and fundamental problems in movement, to stimulate interest by enabling the authors to put forward new ideas in a well-reasonedExpand
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The evolution of conspicuous coloration: Some experiments in bad taste
Abstract Unpalatable species are often brightly coloured. Such aposematic coloration may have evolved because predators can learn to avoid conspicuous prey more readily than cryptic prey. ExperimentsExpand
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The ecology of sex
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