By: SB Vander Wall
445 pages, 27 b/w, 234 Line drawings, 24 tables
A comprehensive synthesis of the literature on food hoarding in animals, in which the author discusses how animals store food, how they use food and how this use affects individual fitness, the evolution of hoarding, how food is lost, mechanisms for protecting and recovering cached food and many other factors. He then provides detailed coverage of hoarding behaviour in mammals, birds and arthropods. Includes a bibliography of 1500 sources.
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