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Hiding behaviour in two cricket populations that differ in predation pressureHEDRICK, Ann V; KORTET, Raine.Animal behaviour. 2006, Vol 72, pp 1111-1118, issn 0003-3472, 8 p., 5Article

Birds doing it the octopus way: fright moulting and distraction of predatorsLINDSTROM, A; NILSSON, J.-A.Ornis Scandinavica. 1988, Vol 19, Num 2, pp 165-166, issn 0030-5693Article

Effects of body size and sociality on the anti-predator behaviour of foraging beesRODRIGUEZ-GIRONES, Miguel A; BOSCH, Jordi.Oikos. 2012, Vol 121, Num 9, pp 1473-1482, issn 0030-1299, 10 p.Article

Hairiness and warning colours as components of antipredator defence : additive or interactive benefits?LINDSTEDT, C; LINDSTRÖM, L; MAPPES, J et al.Animal behaviour. 2008, Vol 75, pp 1703-1713, issn 0003-3472, 11 p., 5Article

Plasticity in coloration as an antipredator strategy among zooplanktonVESTHEIM, Hege; KAARTVEDT, Stein.Limnology and oceanography. 2006, Vol 51, Num 4, pp 1931-1934, issn 0024-3590, 4 p.Article

Spiny lobsters stick and slip to make soundPATEK, Sheila N.Nature (London). 2001, Vol 411, Num 6834, pp 153-154, issn 0028-0836Article

Wolf spiders show graded antipredator behavior in the presence of chemical cues from different sized predatorsPERSONS, M. H; RYPSTRA, A. L.Journal of chemical ecology. 2001, Vol 27, Num 12, pp 2493-2504, issn 0098-0331Article

The risks of avian mobbing and distraction behavior : an anecdotal reviewSORDAHL, T. A.The Wilson bulletin (Wilson Ornithological Society). 1990, Vol 102, Num 2, pp 349-352, issn 0043-5643, 4 p.Article

The Effect of Echinorhynchus borealis (Acanthocephala) Infection on the Anti-Predator Behavior of a Benthic AmphipodBENESH, D. P; KITCHEN, J; PULKKINEN, K et al.The Journal of parasitology. 2008, Vol 94, Num 2, pp 542-545, issn 0022-3395, 4 p.Article

Mobbing by Florida scrub jays: behaviour, sexual asymmetry, role of helpers and ontogenyFRANCIS, A. M; HAILMAN, J. P; WOOLFENDEN, G. E et al.Animal behaviour. 1989, Vol 38, Num 5, pp 795-816, issn 0003-3472Article

Do guppies play TIT FOR TAT during predator inspection visits?DUGATKIN, L. A.Behavioral ecology and sociobiology (Print). 1988, Vol 23, Num 6, pp 395-399, issn 0340-5443Article

Evolution and variation of antipredator vocalisations of Antelope squirrels, Ammospermophilus (Rodentia: Sciuridae)BOLLES, K.Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde. 1988, Vol 53, Num 3, pp 129-147, issn 0044-3468Article

Individual behavioural strategies associated with predator inspection in minnow shoalsMURPHY, K. E; PITCHER, T. J.Ethology. 1991, Vol 88, Num 4, pp 307-319, issn 0179-1613Article

Behavioural variation in natural populations. V: Mosphological correlates of locomotion in the garter snake (Thamnophis radix)ARNOLD, S. J; BENNETT, A. F.Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 1988, Vol 34, Num 2, pp 175-190, issn 0024-4066Article

Experience teaches plants to learn faster and forget slower in environments where it mattersGAGLIANO, Monica; RENTON, Michael; DEPCZYNSKI, Martial et al.Oecologia. 2014, Vol 175, Num 1, pp 63-72, issn 0029-8549, 10 p.Article

False alarms and the evolution of antipredator vigilanceBEAUCHAMP, Guy; RUXTON, Graeme D.Animal behaviour. 2007, Vol 74, pp 1199-1206, issn 0003-3472, 8 p., 5Article

Are Actitis sandpipers inverted flying fishes?WILLIS, E. O.The Auk. 1994, Vol 111, Num 1, pp 190-191, issn 0004-8038Article

Antipredator strategies of salamanders: individual and geographical variation in responses of Eurycea bislineata to snakesDOWDEY, T. G; BRODIE, E. D. JR.Animal behaviour. 1989, Vol 38, Num 4, pp 707-711, issn 0003-3472Article

Predator harassment: more evidence on the deadly riskPOIANI, A; YORKE, M.Ethology. 1989, Vol 83, Num 2, pp 167-169, issn 0179-1613Article

The cost of safety: Refuges increase the impact of predation risk in aquatic systemsORROCK, John L; PREISSER, Evan L; GRABOWSKI, Jonathan H et al.Ecology (Durham). 2013, Vol 94, Num 3, pp 573-579, issn 0012-9658, 7 p.Article

Vigilance and foraging substrate: anti-predatory considerations in a non-standard environmentLIMA, S. L.Behavioral ecology and sociobiology (Print). 1992, Vol 30, Num 3-4, pp 283-289, issn 0340-5443Article

Response of the lizard Lacerta vivipara to predator chemical cues : the effects of temperatureVAN DAMME, R; BAUWENS, D; VANDERSTIGHELEN, D et al.Animal behaviour. 1990, Vol 40, Num 2, pp 298-305, issn 0003-3472, 8 p.Article

What is the adaptive significance of multicomponent defensive repertoires?PEARSON, D. L.Oikos. 1989, Vol 54, Num 2, pp 251-253, issn 0030-1299Article

Additional information on the relationship between intra-specific aggression and antipredator behaviour in the three-spined stickleback, gasterosteus aculeatusTULLEY, J. J; MUNTINGFORD, F. A.Ethology. 1988, Vol 78, Num 3, pp 219-222, issn 0179-1613Article

Do predator cues influence turn alternation behavior in terrestrial isopods Porcellio laevis Latreille and Armadillidium vulgare Latreille?HEGARTY, Kevin G; KIGHT, Scott L.Behavioural processes. 2014, Vol 106, pp 168-171, issn 0376-6357, 4 p.Article

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