Agonistic behaviour in male and female field crickets , Gvyllus bimacufatus , and how behavioural context influences its expression

@inproceedings{Popov2003AgonisticBI,
  title={Agonistic behaviour in male and female field crickets , Gvyllus bimacufatus , and how behavioural context influences its expression},
  author={Andrej V. Popov},
  year={2003}
}
Previous interactions with conspecifics influenced the pattern, frequency and intensity of agonistic behaviour in the field cricket Gryllus bimaculatus. Tactile contact appeared to be the most important sensory cue responsible for the observed shifts in behaviour. Contact with other adult males promoted the production of aggressive song both during and after fights between males. However, individually housed males and males with restricted contact with conspecifics (once per day for 5 days… CONTINUE READING
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Such shifts in behaviour are well known for a variety of species in both vertebrates and invertebrates ( see Grier & Burk 1992 ) .
Such shifts in behaviour are well known for a variety of species in both vertebrates and invertebrates ( see Grier & Burk 1992 ) .
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