The social structure of Arabian babbler, Turdoides squamiceps, roosts

@article{Bishop1991TheSS,
  title={The social structure of Arabian babbler, Turdoides squamiceps, roosts},
  author={R. Bishop and A. Groves},
  journal={Animal Behaviour},
  year={1991},
  volume={42},
  pages={323-325}
}
  • R. Bishop, A. Groves
  • Published 1991
  • Biology
  • Animal Behaviour
  • Arabian babblers are cooperatively breeding birds living in groups, whose members defend group territories (Zahavi 1974). Babblers in a particular group typically roost huddled together in a linear array along the branch of a tree, usually Acacia tortillis or Zizyphus spinoeristae. Previous observations had determined that older male birds tend to occur on the outside of roosts (Zahavi 1990). In the present study, we investigated this phenomenon in more detail. The study was carried out between… CONTINUE READING
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