Geographic Variation in Behavior: Perspectives on Evolutionary Mechanisms

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Traditional approaches to the study of animal behavior have most often assumed that all members of a species exhibit the same behavior, termed species-typical behavior. The papers in Geographic Variation in Behavior demonstrate the fallacy of this assumption, providing ample evidence of variation across the ranges of a wide variety of taxa. The contributors have pioneered a variety of approaches to using geographically variable behavioral phenotypes for addressing these evolutionary issues. They summarize advances in the ...

Geographic Variation in Behavior: Perspectives on Evolutionary Mechanisms 1999, Oxford University Press, USA, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780195082951

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