Behavioural type , status and social context affect behaviour and resource allocation in cooperatively breeding cichlids

@inproceedings{Riebli2012BehaviouralT,
  title={Behavioural type , status and social context affect behaviour and resource allocation in cooperatively breeding cichlids},
  author={Thomas Riebli and Michael Taborsky and No{\'e}mie Chervet and Nadine Apolloni and Yvonne Z{\"u}rcher and Dik Heg},
  year={2012}
}
Please cite this article in press as: Riebli, T cooperatively breeding cichlids, Animal Beh Individuals often show consistent differences in behavioural traits that may belong to a behavioural syndrome. Aggressive propensity is usually an important component of consistent behavioural types, potentially generating benefits in resource competition with conspecifics that may be traded off against costs in other contexts (e.g. acquisition of mates or coexistence with group members). Such trade-offs… CONTINUE READING
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