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Social Organization of the Rufos Vanga

Edited By: Satoshi Yamagishi
211 pages, Col plates, figs, tabs
Social Organization of the Rufos Vanga
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  • Social Organization of the Rufos Vanga ISBN: 9781920901042 Hardback Dec 2005 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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For several decades, Yamagishi and his associates have studied the ecological and social behaviour of the rufous vanga, a unique species of bird in Madagascar. In this volume the team summarizes the findings of its long-term research, with specific observations about cooperative breeding, sex ratio manipulation, foraging and helper behavior. The authors demonstrate the implications of the study for theories of evolution, genetic inheritance and group formation.

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Edited By: Satoshi Yamagishi
211 pages, Col plates, figs, tabs
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