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Behavioral Ecology of Teleost Fishes

Edited By: Jean-Guy J Godin
384 pages, Figs, tabs
Behavioral Ecology of Teleost Fishes
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  • Behavioral Ecology of Teleost Fishes ISBN: 9780198505037 Paperback Jul 1999 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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  • Behavioral Ecology of Teleost Fishes ISBN: 9780198547846 Hardback Dec 1997 Out of Print #64372
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About this book

Reviews the latest advances in behavioural adaptations for survival and reproduction in fishes, and proposes new directions and approaches for future research.

Contents

1. Behavioural ecology of fishes: adaptations for survival and reproduction; PART 1 USE OF SPACE; 2. Fish migration: an evolutionary perspective; 3. Habitat selection: patterns of spatial distribution from behavioural decisions; 4. Territoriality; PART 2 FORAGING; 5. Foraging tactics; 6. Diet selection; PART 3 ANTIPREDATION; 7. Avoiding and deterring predators; 8. Evading predators; PART 4 REPRODUCTION; 9. Mating systems and sex allocation; 10. Sexual selection; 11. Parental care; PART 5 ECOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF INDIVIDUAL BEHAVIOUR; 12. Flexibility in fish behaviour: consequences at the population and community levels

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Edited By: Jean-Guy J Godin
384 pages, Figs, tabs
Media reviews

"A recently issued paperback edition, this multiauthored book offers reviews of theoretical concepts and empirical knowledge about behavioral adaptations for survival and reproduction. Written for students and researchers, the 12 chapters cover habitat selection, foraging, avoidance, reproduction, and ecological implications."--Fisheries
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