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*  Sperm competition
Animal Behavior. Sixth Edition. 429-519. Baker, Robin 1996. Sperm Wars: The Science of Sex ISBN 0-7881-6004-4. Eberhard, ... Offensive adaptation behavior differs from defensive behavior because it involves an attempt to ruin the chances of another ... Parker, G. A. "Sperm competition and the evolution of animal mating strategies." Sperm competition and the evolution of animal ... This offensive behavior is facilitated by the presence of certain traits, which are called armaments. An example of an armament ...
*  Ambush predator
In animals, ambush predation is characterized by an animal scanning the environment from a concealed position and then rapidly ... 1994). "Sedentary behaviors by Green Mambas Dendroaspis angusticeps" (PDF). Herpetological Natural History. 2 (2): 105-111. ... Piper, R. (2007). Extraordinary Animals: An Encyclopedia of Curious and Unusual Animals. Greenwood Press. "Trapdoor spiders". ... Animals with such strategies include cats of all sizes, crocodiles and some insects such as predators that haunt ant trails. ...
*  Animal behavior consultant
"Animal Behavior Consulting 101 Part 1: What is an Animal Behavior Consultant?". International Association of Animal Behavior ... "Animal Behavior Consulting 101 Part 1: What is an Animal Behavior Consultant?". International Association of Animal Behavior ... "Animal Behavior Society". Retrieved 2017-02-14. "Animal Behavior Consulting 101 Part 1: What is an Animal Behavior Consultant ... An animal behavior consultant is a practitioner of applied behavior analysis to help correct behavior problems in animals, ...
*  Animal Behavior Society
Ethology Animal Behaviour "The Animal Behavior Society Program for Certification of Applied Animal Behaviorists". Archived from ... Certified Applied Animal Behaviorists have supervised graduate training in animal behavior, biology, zoology, and psychology ( ... Some are veterinarians who have completed a residency in animal behavior. They are full-time professionally educated animal ... Official website "History of the Animal Behavior Society". Archived from the original on 2006-06-18. "Certified Applied Animal ...
*  Animal Behavior (film)
49 "Animal Behavior". Internet Movie Database. Amazon.com. Leonard Maltin's Movie Guide (2013 ed.). pp. 47-48. Animal Behavior ... Animal Behavior is a 1989 comedy film directed by Jenny Bowen and Kjehl Rasmussen and starring Karen Allen, Armand Assante, and ...
*  Bunting (animal behavior)
Bunting is a form of animal behavior, often found in cats, in which the animal butts or rubs their head against other things, ... Bunting is a normal animal behavior, and should be distinguished from head pressing, which is abnormal and typically a sign of ... It is generally considered to be a form of territorial scent-marking behavior, where the cat rubs the scent glands on their ... Bunting and allorubbing are also part of feral cat behavior within colonies. An elaborate ritual which can take several minutes ...
*  Collective animal behavior
... is a form of social behavior involving the coordinated behavior of large groups of similar animals ... the focal animal) and the centroid of the animal nearest to the focal animal. This parameter can be found for each animal in an ... "Collective Animal Behavior" Princeton University Press, Princeton, ISBN 978-0-691-14843-4 Collective Animal Behavior website ... Care must be taken to account for the animals located at the edge of an animal aggregation. These animals have no neighbor in ...
*  Hoarding (animal behavior)
Hoarding or caching in animal behavior is the storage of food in locations hidden from the sight of both conspecifics (animals ... However, in ripening caching behavior, animals collect and cache food which is immediately inedible but will become "ripe" and ... Recaching Animals recache the food that they've pilfered from other animal's caches. For example, 75% percent of mildly ... Pilfering Pilferage occurs when one animal takes food from another animal's larder. Some species experience high levels of ...
*  Mobbing (animal behavior)
A flock of birds might drive a powerful animal away from food. Costs of mobbing behavior include the risk of engaging with ... uwaterloo.ca Alcock, John (1998). Animal Behavior: An Evolutionary Approach (6th ed.). Sunderland: Sinauer Associates. ISBN 0- ... Behavior includes flying about the intruder, dive bombing, loud squawking and defecating on the predator. Mobbing can also be ... Mobbing in animals is an antipredator adaptation in which individuals of prey species mob a predator by cooperatively attacking ...
*  Non-reproductive sexual behavior in animals
The behavior of laboratory animals demonstrates a mental experience wherein the animal's instincts tell it if it carries out a ... There have also been observations of animals engaging in homosexual behaviors, as well as sex with dead animals and sex ... Although procreation continues to be the primary explanation for sexual behavior in animals, recent observations on animal ... among non-human animals is sexual activity in which one animal rubs his or her genitals against the genitals of another animal ...
*  Pack (canine)
Pack hunter Dog behavior Animal Diversity Web. "Lycaon pictus: Information". University of Michigan. Retrieved 21 April 2008. L ... llen Kienzle; Reinhold Bergler; Anja Mandernach (12 December 1998). "A Comparison of the Feeding Behavior and the Human-Animal ... ISBN 0-553-38039-7. "Position Statement on the Use of Dominance Theory in Behavior Modification of Animals" (PDF). American ... Most leading veterinary and animal behavior associations, and most contemporary trainers would agree, advocating the use of ...
*  Habitat
Breed, Michael D.; Moore, Janice (2011). Animal Behavior. Academic Press. p. 248. ISBN 978-0-08-091992-8. "Habitats". BBC ... Generally speaking, animal communities are reliant on specific types of plant communities. Some plants and animals are ... Another international agreement, the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals, protects animals that ... Many animals and plants have taken up residence in urban environments. They tend to be adaptable generalists and use the town's ...
*  Sex differences in sensory systems
An automated technique for analysis of temporal features in animal vocalizations. Animal Behavior. 25:615-621. Narins, P. and R ... Chasing behavior in house flies (Fannia canicularis). J. Comp. Physiol., 89:331-357. Zeil, J. 1979. A new kind of neural ... Visual control of flight behavior in the hoverfly, Syritta pipiens. J. Comp. Physiol., 99:1-66. Land, F.M., Collett, T.S. 1974 ... Male sphinx moths, Manduca sexta, rely on female released sex-pheromones to guide typical zig-zagging flight behaviors used to ...
*  Polybia sericea
Animal Behavior. doi:10.1016/S0003-3472(81)80157-1. Missing or empty ,url= (help); ,access-date= requires ,url= (help) Queller ... Larvae feed only on animal proteins that must be supplied by adult workers. The workers must hunt for insects and feed them to ... Another species that exhibits this behavior is Synoeca surinama. P. sericea individuals forage for flower nectar, nest building ... Richter, M.A. Raveret; R.L. Jeanne (1985). "Predatory Behavior of Polybia sericea (Olivier), a tropical wasp (Hymenoptera: ...
*  Marian Breland Bailey
Behavior Analysis in Animal Training. Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies. Retrieved March 9, 2007. Archived September 27, ... "more animals and different species of animals than any other animal trainers" of their time, including animals of the land ( ... So they left the University of Minnesota without completing their doctorates, and founded Animal Behavior Enterprises (ABE) on ... Breland, K., & Breland, M. (1966). Animal behavior. New York: The Macmillan Company. Alexander, M. (1999-07-24). Diary of a ...
*  Polistes instabilis
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*  Bird intelligence
Animal Behavior. Univ. of Chicago Press. Chicago, Ill. p. 193. Kamil, A.; Balda, R. (1985). "Cache recovery and spatial memory ... But even when an animal is trained to do this, it is still unknown if they are self-aware, or are just repeating the same ... European magpies are the only animals beside a select few mammals that have been shown to be able to pass this test by trying ... Other behaviors such as play and cooperative breeding are also considered indicators of intelligence. When crows are catching ...
*  Ideal free distribution
IFD theory can still be used to analyze foraging behaviors of animals, whether those behaviors support IFD, or violate it. The ... "Foraging site selection by juvenile coho salmon: ideal free distributions of unequal competitors." Animal Behavior. 53.1 (1997 ... This causes animal behaviorists to be split in opinions of whether IFD is a true phenomenon or not. In experiments that test ... So an animal will go to the patch that provides the most benefits to them. However, this prediction assumes that each ...
*  Amphiprion akallopisos
Animal Behavior (Monographs in Behavior and Ecology). Vol. 5:197-283. Mann, D. A.; Lobel, P. S. 1998. "Acoustic behavior of the ... "Sound production by males of a coral reef fish (Pomacentrus paritus): its significance to females." Animal Behavior. Vol. 34: ... This behavior is most common with damselfishes that produce a wide variety of sounds, a behavior shared with at least 10 ... Acoustic behavior of the clownfishes (Amphiprion spp.) Bulletin of the Faculty of Fishes Nagasaki University. Vol. 54:21-27. ...
*  Mischocyttarus mexicanus
Animal Behavior. 75:681-691. Carpenter, JM, Hunt, JH, Strassmann, JE. (2009). "Mischocyttarus mexicanus cubicola: Major ... 2000). "Chapter 14: Behavior of Flies in the Genus Toxotrypana (Trypetinae: Toxotrypanini)." In Aluja, M, Norrbom AL. (Eds.). ... It appears that the fruit flies also mimic certain defensive behaviors of wasps. When being handled by humans, the flies often ... Mischocyttarus mexicanus (de Saussure) is a New World paper wasp that exhibits facultative eusocial behavior and includes at ...
*  Eshkol-Wachman movement notation
Animal Behavior. 29:1146-1165; 1981. Pellis, S. M. A description of social play by the Australian magpie gymnorhina tibicen ... Notated record of studies in animal behavior carried out by Dr. Ilan Golani at the Zoology Department, Tel-Aviv University. ... The system is used in many fields, including dance, physical therapy, animal behavior and early diagnosis of autism. The ... Paper submitted to the Conference on Simulation of Animal Behavior, Brighton, England, August 8-12. 1994. Teitelbaum, P.; ...
*  Anelosimus studiosus
"Phenotypic variation in the social behavior of the spider Anelosimus studiosus along a latitudinal gradient" (PDF). Animal ... Agnarsson, Ingi (2012). "A new phylogeny of Anelosimus and the placement and behavior of Anelosimus vierae n. sp. From Uruguay ... Reichert and Jones (2008) "Phenotypic variation in the social behavior of the spider Anelosimus studiosis along a latitudinal ... Animal behavior. Spiderlab Aarhus University, http://www.spiderlab.dk/social-spiders.html Reichert; Jones (2008). " ...
*  Armpit effect
Under this behavior model, an animal uses its own scent to distinguish between kin and non-kin. The odors that an animal uses ... The animal is able to identify subtle genetic distinctions in odor, and this behavior enables an animal to distinguish between ... Alcock, John (2009). "Animal Behavior". Holmes, WG; Shermam, PW (1982). "The ontogeny of kin recognition in two species of ... The armpit effect is crucial for an animal to increase its fitness (biology) and reproductive success. The ability of an animal ...
*  Mischocyttarus mexicanus cubicola
Animal Behavior. 75:681-691. Hermann, HR, Gonzalez, JM, & Hermann, BS. (1985). "Mischocyttarus mexicanus cubicola (Hymenoptera ... Therefore, it has also been suggested that these lobes are of adaptive value to the behavior of saliva donorism. This behavior ... Hunt, James H. "Lobe erection behavior and its possible social role in larvae ofMischocyttarus paper wasps." Journal of insect ... behavior 1.4 (1988): 379-386. "Subspecies Mischocyttarus Mexicanus Cubicola." Welcome to BugGuide.Net! -BugGuide.Net. Web. 3 ...
*  Laurel Braitman
"Animal Behavior". The Guardian. [London]]. 2014-10-04. Retrieved 2015-09-16. "Dog Complex". Fast Company. New York City. 2013- ... "Understanding the animal mind... through music". BBC. 2012-07-31. Retrieved 2014-06-30. "Making Music For Animals". "Animal ... In the book, Braitman shows through a wealth of research that nonhuman animals are startlingly similar to us in how they are ... "Animal Madness by Laurel Braitman". Simon & Schuster. "Laurel Braitman -- TED Fellow". TED. 2014-06-30. Retrieved 2014-06-30. " ...
*  Summer of Love
... the Animals, Jefferson Airplane, Quicksilver Messenger Service, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Otis Redding, The Byrds, and Big ... mostly young people sporting hippie fashions of dress and behavior, converged in San Francisco's neighborhood of Haight-Ashbury ...
*  Agelaia pallipes
Animal Behavior. 42: 461-470. Gomes, L. et al. 2007. Occurrence of Hymenoptera on Sus scrofa carcasses during summer and winter ... Animal Behavior. 42: 461-470. Strassman, J., et al. 1991. Relatedness and queen number in the Neotropical wasp, Parachartergus ... Eusociality refers to the complex organization of animal behavior and is defined by these four attributes: adults live in ... This type of behavior is seen in other carrion eaters like crows and ravens where the pooling of independent search efforts is ...