The Foraging Ecology of Birds of Eucalypt Forest and Woodland. I. Differences Between Males and Females

@article{Recher2000TheFE,
  title={The Foraging Ecology of Birds of Eucalypt Forest and Woodland. I. Differences Between Males and Females},
  author={H. Recher and R. Holmes},
  journal={Emu - Austral Ornithology},
  year={2000},
  volume={100},
  pages={205 - 215}
}
Summary For six of nine species of sexually dichromatic, insectivorous birds of eucalypt forest, there were significant intersexual differences in foraging ecology. The most pronounced differences between sexes were in foraging height distribution (five species). Three species showed differences between the sexes in the behaviour used to capture prey, while males and females of four species differed in their use of foraging substrates. Differences were most pronounced among bark-foragers and… Expand
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