Do Behavioral Syndromes Affect Foraging Strategy and Risk‐Taking in a Juvenile Fish Predator?

@inproceedings{Nannini2012DoBS,
  title={Do Behavioral Syndromes Affect Foraging Strategy and Risk‐Taking in a Juvenile Fish Predator?},
  author={Michael A. Nannini and Joseph J. Parkos and David H. Wahl},
  year={2012}
}
Abstract Behavioral syndromes often have individuals varying along a continuum of personality traits. Some individuals exhibit bold or aggressive behaviors and are willing to explore novel stimuli, whereas others are shy and tend to avoid novel stimuli. Species that undergo an ontogenetic diet shift may experience a particularly important benefit if the shift to more-profitable prey is linked to this willingness to explore novel stimuli. However, actively selecting more-evasive prey can make… CONTINUE READING
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