Behavioural interactions and use of feeding areas by nymphs of Coenagrion resolutum (Coenagrionidae: Odonata)

@article{Baker2004BehaviouralIA,
  title={Behavioural interactions and use of feeding areas by nymphs of Coenagrion resolutum (Coenagrionidae: Odonata)},
  author={Robert L. Baker},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={49},
  pages={353-358}
}
  • Robert L. Baker
  • Published in Oecologia 2004
  • Medicine, Biology
  • SummaryBehaviour of Coenagrion resolutum nymphs was studied in the laboratory. Based on characteristics of the behaviour, analysis of the effects of inter-nymph distance on behaviour, and association analysis between behaviours, some of the observed behaviours were classified as grooming, feeding/aggression, retreat, or defense.In an experiment on use of space, some nymphs excluded others from feeding areas through aggressive interactions. Frequency of interactions won by those nymphs seen most… CONTINUE READING

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