Nest-building and communal care of young byTilapia rendalli dumeril (pisces, cichlidae) in Lake Malawi

@article{Ribbink2004NestbuildingAC,
  title={Nest-building and communal care of young byTilapia rendalli dumeril (pisces, cichlidae) in Lake Malawi},
  author={Anthony J. Ribbink and Alan Clive Marsh and Beverley A. Marsh},
  journal={Environmental Biology of Fishes},
  year={2004},
  volume={6},
  pages={219-222}
}
SynopsisTilapia rendalli of Lake Malawi dig large tunnels in their nests and practise communal care of young. Both these traits are considered to be antipredator adaptations. 
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