On the agonistic display of the Siamese fighting fish. I. The frontal display apparatus.

  • P M Ma
  • Published 1995 in Brain, behavior and evolution

Abstract

The agonistic behavior of the Siamese fighting fish has long been a popular subject for ethologists. While this behavior is well documented, its physiological basis is still poorly understood. One of the most important components of this behavior is the frontal display, in which a fish faces its opponent directly with tonically extended gill covers. As a… (More)

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@article{Ma1995OnTA, title={On the agonistic display of the Siamese fighting fish. I. The frontal display apparatus.}, author={P M Ma}, journal={Brain, behavior and evolution}, year={1995}, volume={45 6}, pages={301-13} }