The relative influence of prior residency and dominance on the early feeding behaviour of juvenile Atlantic salmon

@article{Harwood2003TheRI,
  title={The relative influence of prior residency and dominance on the early feeding behaviour of juvenile Atlantic salmon},
  author={A. J. Harwood and Si{\^a}n Wyn Griffiths and Neil B. Metcalfe and John David Armstrong},
  journal={Animal Behaviour},
  year={2003},
  volume={65},
  pages={1141-1149}
}
Abstract In many species where social hierarchy mediates conflict over resources, dominant individuals monopolize food, shelter and reproductive opportunities. The benefits of social dominance, however, can often be offset by a prior residence advantage, whereby individuals arriving first in a new habitat obtain, and subsequently defend, the most profitable sites. We investigated the relative influence of these two factors on the acquisition of feeding territories by juvenile Atlantic salmon… CONTINUE READING

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