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Local enhancement and social foraging in a non-social insular lizard

Ana Pérez-Cembranos, Valentín Pérez-Mellado. Animal Cognition. December 2014. Even in solitary foragers, conspecifics can provide reliable information about food location. The insular lizard Podarcis lilfordi is a solitary species with high population densities that sometimes aggregate around rich food patches. Its diet includes novel and unpredictable resources, such as carcasses or plants, whose exploitation quickly became widespread among the population. Leer más.

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