REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOR IN FEMALE IBERIAN RED DEER: EFFECTS OF AGGREGATION AND DISPERSION OF FOOD

@inproceedings{SnchezPrieto2004REPRODUCTIVEBI,
  title={REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOR IN FEMALE IBERIAN RED DEER: EFFECTS OF AGGREGATION AND DISPERSION OF FOOD},
  author={Cristina B. S{\'a}nchez-Prieto and Juan Carranza and Fernando Pulido},
  year={2004}
}
Resource dispersion influences mammalian mating systems by affecting space use by females and in turn the strategies employed by males. Other elements related to mating interactions, however, also may affect female decisions, and it usually becomes difficult to discriminate between them. Here we present the results of experimental food supplementation during rut in the red deer (Cervus elaphus hispanicus). We provided food at 2 levels of spatial dispersion in order to test whether changes in… CONTINUE READING

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