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Authors: SANJOSE C LOVARI S
Citation: C. Sanjose et S. Lovari, RANGING MOVEMENTS OF FEMALE ROE DEER - DO HOME-LOVING DOES ROAM TO MATE, Ethology, 104(9), 1998, pp. 721-728

Authors: JORGENSEN DD FRENCH JA
Citation: Dd. Jorgensen et Ja. French, INDIVIDUALITY BUT NOT STABILITY IN MARMOSET LONG CALLS, Ethology, 104(9), 1998, pp. 729-742

Authors: JANDER R JANDER U
Citation: R. Jander et U. Jander, THE LIGHT AND MAGNETIC COMPASS OF THE WEAVER ANT, OECOPHYLLA-SMARAGDINA (HYMENOPTERA, FORMICIDAE), Ethology, 104(9), 1998, pp. 743-758

Authors: HASSELQUIST D LANGEFORS A
Citation: D. Hasselquist et A. Langefors, VARIABLE SOCIAL MATING SYSTEM IN THE SEDGE WARBLER, ACROCEPHALUS-SCHOENOBAENUS, Ethology, 104(9), 1998, pp. 759-769

Authors: ZWORYKIN DD
Citation: Dd. Zworykin, PARENTAL FIN DIGGING BY CICHLASOMA-OCTOFASCIATUM (TELEOSTEI, CICHLIDAE) AND THE EFFECT OF PARENTS SATIATION STATE ON BROOD PROVISIONING, Ethology, 104(9), 1998, pp. 771-779

Authors: MARCO A CHIVERS DP KIESECKER JM BLAUSTEIN AR
Citation: A. Marco et al., MATE CHOICE BY CHEMICAL CUES IN WESTERN REDBACK (PLETHODON VEHICULUM)AND DUNNS (P-DUNNI) SALAMANDERS, Ethology, 104(9), 1998, pp. 781-788

Authors: MCELLIGOTT AG MATTIANGELI V MATTIELLO S VERGA M REYNOLDS CA HAYDEN TJ
Citation: Ag. Mcelligott et al., FIGHTING TACTICS OF FALLOW BUCKS (DAMA-DAMA, CERVIDAE) - REDUCING THERISKS OF SERIOUS CONFLICT, Ethology, 104(9), 1998, pp. 789-803

Authors: TSUJI K PEETERS C HOLLDOBLER B
Citation: K. Tsuji et al., EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF THE MECHANISM OF REPRODUCTIVE DIFFERENTIATION IN THE QUEENLESS ANT, DIACAMMA SP., FROM JAPAN, Ethology, 104(8), 1998, pp. 633-643

Authors: ALLEN GR
Citation: Gr. Allen, DIEL CALLING ACTIVITY AND FIELD SURVIVAL OF THE BUSH-CRICKET, SCIARASAGA-QUADRATA (ORTHOPTERA, TETTIGONIIDAE) - A ROLE FOR SOUND-LOCATING PARASITIC FLIES, Ethology, 104(8), 1998, pp. 645-660

Authors: MOSES JL SIH A
Citation: Jl. Moses et A. Sih, EFFECTS OF PREDATION RISK AND FOOD AVAILABILITY ON THE ACTIVITY, HABITAT USE, FEEDING-BEHAVIOR AND MATING-BEHAVIOR OF A POND WATER STRIDER,GERRIS-MARGINATUS (HEMIPTERA), Ethology, 104(8), 1998, pp. 661-669

Authors: VENKATARAMAN AB
Citation: Ab. Venkataraman, MALE-BIASED ADULT SEX-RATIOS AND THEIR SIGNIFICANCE FOR COOPERATIVE BREEDING IN DHOLE, CUON ALPINUS, PACKS, Ethology, 104(8), 1998, pp. 671-684

Authors: PENN D SCHNEIDER G WHITE K SLEV P POTTS W
Citation: D. Penn et al., INFLUENZA INFECTION NEUTRALIZES THE ATTRACTIVENESS OF MALE ODOR TO FEMALE MICE (MUS MUSCULUS), Ethology, 104(8), 1998, pp. 685-694

Authors: DUNBAR RIM BEVER J
Citation: Rim. Dunbar et J. Bever, NEOCORTEX SIZE PREDICTS GROUP-SIZE IN CARNIVORES AND SOME INSECTIVORES, Ethology, 104(8), 1998, pp. 695-708

Authors: HAMILTON WJ
Citation: Wj. Hamilton, THREAT-SENSITIVE NEST PREFERENCES IN MALE UPLAND BULLIES, GOBIOMORPHUS BREVICEPS, Ethology, 104(8), 1998, pp. 709-715

Authors: SAKALUK SK EGGERT AK MULLER JK
Citation: Sk. Sakaluk et al., THE WIDOW EFFECT AND ITS CONSEQUENCES FOR REPRODUCTION IN BURYING BEETLES, NICROPHORUS VESPILLOIDES (COLEOPTERA, SILPHIDAE), Ethology, 104(7), 1998, pp. 553-564

Authors: HERBERSTEIN ME ABERNETHY KE BACKHOUSE K BRADFORD H DECRESPIGNY FE LUCKOCK PR ELGAR MA
Citation: Me. Herberstein et al., THE EFFECT OF FEEDING HISTORY ON PREY CAPTURE BEHAVIOR IN THE ORBWEB SPIDER ARGIOPE KEYSERLINGI KARSCH (ARANEAE, ARANEIDAE), Ethology, 104(7), 1998, pp. 565-571

Authors: STARKS PT WATSON RE DIPAOLA MJ DIPAOLA CP
Citation: Pt. Starks et al., THE EFFECT OF QUEEN NUMBER ON NESTMATE DISCRIMINATION IN THE FACULTATIVELY POLYGYNOUS ANT PSEUDOMYRMEX PALLIDUS (HYMENOPTERA, FORMICIDAE), Ethology, 104(7), 1998, pp. 573-584

Authors: ROBERTS SC
Citation: Sc. Roberts, BEHAVIORAL-RESPONSES TO SCENT MARKS OF INCREASING AGE IN KLIPSPRINGEROREOTRAGUS-OREOTRAGUS, Ethology, 104(7), 1998, pp. 585-592

Authors: ROCHE JP DRAVET SM BOLYARD K ROWLAND W
Citation: Jp. Roche et al., RISK SENSITIVITY IN FORAGING DEMPSEY,JACK CICHLIDS (CICHLASOMA-OCTOFASCIATUM), Ethology, 104(7), 1998, pp. 593-602

Authors: APOLLONIO M FESTABIANCHET M MARI F BRUNO E LOCATI M
Citation: M. Apollonio et al., HABITAT MANIPULATION MODIFIES LEK USE IN FALLOW DEER, Ethology, 104(7), 1998, pp. 603-612

Authors: LEBOUCHER G DEPRAZ V KREUTZER M NAGLE L
Citation: G. Leboucher et al., MALE SONG STIMULATION OF FEMALE REPRODUCTION IN CANARIES - FEATURES RELEVANT TO SEXUAL DISPLAYS ARE NOT RELEVANT TO NEST-BUILDING OR EGG-LAYING, Ethology, 104(7), 1998, pp. 613-624

Authors: PAINTERKURT S SCHNEIDER SS
Citation: S. Painterkurt et Ss. Schneider, AGE AND BEHAVIOR OF HONEY-BEES, APIS-MELLIFERA (HYMENOPTERA, APIDAE),THAT PERFORM VIBRATION SIGNALS ON WORKERS, Ethology, 104(6), 1998, pp. 457-473

Authors: PAINTERKURT S SCHNEIDER SS
Citation: S. Painterkurt et Ss. Schneider, AGE AND BEHAVIOR OF HONEY-BEES, APIS-MELLIFERA (HYMENOPTERA, APIDAE),THAT PERFORM VIBRATION SIGNALS ON QUEENS AND QUEEN CELLS, Ethology, 104(6), 1998, pp. 475-485

Authors: GERLACH G
Citation: G. Gerlach, IMPACT OF SOCIAL TIES ON DISPERSAL, REPRODUCTION AND DOMINANCE IN FERAL HOUSE MICE (MUS-MUSCULUS-DOMESTICUS), Ethology, 104(6), 1998, pp. 487-499

Authors: BLUMSTEIN DT
Citation: Dt. Blumstein, QUANTIFYING PREDATION RISK FOR REFUGING ANIMALS - A CASE-STUDY WITH GOLDEN MARMOTS, Ethology, 104(6), 1998, pp. 501-516
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