Personality-dependent dispersal cancelled under predation risk.

  title={Personality-dependent dispersal cancelled under predation risk.},
  author={Julien Cote and Sean P. Fogarty and Blaise 5 Tymen and Andrew Sih and Tomas Brodin},
  journal={Proceedings. Biological sciences},
  volume={280 1773},
Dispersal is a fundamental life-history trait for many ecological processes. Recent studies suggest that dispersers, in comparison to residents, display various phenotypic specializations increasing their dispersal inclination or success. Among them, dispersers are believed to be consistently more bold, exploratory, asocial or aggressive than residents. These links between behavioural types and dispersal should vary with the cause of dispersal. However, with the exception of one study… CONTINUE READING
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