Role of density and resource competition in determining aggressive behaviour in salamanders

R. Manenti, R. Pennati and G. F. Ficetola. Journal of Zoology. 2015. Intraspecific aggression is an important aspect of social behaviour that can significantly affect individual survivorship and population dynamics. Aggressiveness may be particularly important in food-deprived habitats, like caves, but few studies have investigated behavioural and ecological determinants of aggressiveness and cannibalism in cave vertebrates. Leer más.

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