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The effects of foraging role and genotype on light and sucrose responsiveness in honey bees (Apis mellifera L.)TSURUDA, Jennifer M; PAGE, Robert E.Behavioural brain research. 2009, Vol 205, Num 1, pp 132-137, issn 0166-4328, 6 p.Article

Exploring behavior of an unusual megaherbivore: a spatially explicit foraging model of the hippopotamusLEWISON, Rebecca L; CARTER, Jacoby.Ecological modelling. 2004, Vol 171, Num 1-2, pp 127-138, issn 0304-3800, 12 p.Article

Species importance in a heterospecific foraging association networkSRIDHAR, Hari; JORDAN, Ferenc; SHANKER, Kartik et al.Oikos (København). 2013, Vol 122, Num 9, pp 1325-1334, issn 0030-1299, 10 p.Article

Central place foraging in the red-backed shrike (Lanius collurio L.): allocation of prey between forager and sedentary consumerCARLSON, A.Animal behaviour. 1985, Vol 33, Num 2, pp 664-666, issn 0003-3472Article

Swallows foraging on the groundERSKINE, A. J.The Wilson bulletin (Wilson Ornithological Society). 1984, Vol 96, Num 1, pp 136-137, issn 0043-5643Article

Foraging behavior of the midday gerbil (Meriones meridianus): Combined effects of distance and microhabitatLINGYING SHUAI; SONG, Yan-Ling.Behavioural processes. 2011, Vol 86, Num 1, pp 143-148, issn 0376-6357, 6 p.Article

Foraging trip decisions by the streaked shearwater Calonectris leucomelas depend on both parental and chick stateOCHI, Daisuke; OKA, Nariko; WATANUKI, Yutaka et al.Journal of ethology. 2010, Vol 28, Num 2, pp 313-321, issn 0289-0771, 9 p.Article

Individual and temporal variation in prey switching by brown trout, Salmo truttaRINGLER, N. H.Copeia. 1985, Num 4, pp 918-926, issn 0045-8511Article

A comment on stochastic approaches to optimal foraging theoryENGEN, S.Ecology (Durham). 1984, Vol 65, Num 2, pp 652-654, issn 0012-9658Article

Foraging preferences: response to reward skewCARACO, T; CHASIN, M.Animal behaviour. 1984, Vol 32, Num 1, pp 76-85, issn 0003-3472Article

Deer Responses to Repellent StimuliKIMBALL, Bruce A; TAYLOR, Jimmy; PERRY, Kelly R et al.Journal of chemical ecology. 2009, Vol 35, Num 12, pp 1461-1470, issn 0098-0331, 10 p.Article

Central place foraging in starlings (Sturnus vulgaris). I: Patch residence timeKACELNIK, A.Journal of animal ecology. 1984, Vol 53, Num 1, pp 283-299, issn 0021-8790Article

Search strategies of wheatears (Oenanthe oenanthe) and stonechats (Saxicola torquata): adaptive variation in perch height, search time, sally distance and inter-perch mave lengthMORENO, J.Journal of animal ecology. 1984, Vol 53, Num 1, pp 147-159, issn 0021-8790Article

Optimal foraging and the traveling salesmanANDERSON, D. J.Theoretical population biology (Print). 1983, Vol 24, Num 2, pp 145-159, issn 0040-5809Article

Aspects of natural foraging by Sepietta oweniana (Mollusca, Cephalopoda)BERGSTRÖM, B. I.Ophelia. 1985, Vol 24, Num 1, pp 65-74, issn 0078-5326Article

Effect of litter on leaf-scratching in emberizinesBAYLIS, J. R; BURTT, E. H. JR; GATES, M et al.The Wilson bulletin (Wilson Ornithological Society). 1984, Vol 96, Num 1, pp 121-125, issn 0043-5643Article

Stopping rules for optimal foragersGREEN, R. F.The American naturalist. 1984, Vol 123, Num 1, pp 30-43, issn 0003-0147Article

Foraging behavior of brook stickleback, Culaea inconstans (Kirtland): optimization of time, space, and dietTOMPKINS, A. M; GEE, J. H.Canadian journal of zoology. 1983, Vol 61, Num 11, pp 2482-2490, issn 0008-4301Article

Effects of season, water and predation risk on patch use by birds on the African savannahMOLOKWU, Mary Ngozi; NILSSON, Jan-Ake; OTTOSSON, Ulf et al.Oecologia. 2010, Vol 164, Num 3, pp 637-645, issn 0029-8549, 9 p.Article

FOOD STORAGE AND RE-STORAGE IN THE RED-HEADED WOODPECKER.PINKOWSKI BC.1977; BIRD-BANDG; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 48; NO 1; PP. 74-75; BIBL. 8 REF.Article

FURTHER RECORDS OF FOOT-PADDLING BY GULLS ON GRASSLAND. = QUELQUES NOTES SUR LA FACON DONT LES MOUETTES PEDALENT SUR L'HERBEKING B.1976; BRIT. BIRDS; G.B.; DA. 1976; VOL. 69; NO 5; PP. 180-181Article

Foraging behavior and activity budgets of sea stars on a subtidal sediment bottom communityHIMMELMAN, John H; DUTIL, Claudine; GAYMER, Carlos F et al.Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology. 2005, Vol 322, Num 2, pp 153-165, issn 0022-0981, 13 p.Article

Foraging behavior and habitat use by the Southern Giant Petrel on the Patagonian ShelfQUINTANA, Flavio; DELL'ARCIPRETE, Olga P; COPELLO, Sofia et al.Marine biology (Berlin). 2010, Vol 157, Num 3, pp 515-525, issn 0025-3162, 11 p.Article

Foraging behavior by Daphnia in stoichiometric gradients of food qualitySCHATZ, Greg S; MCCAULEY, Edward.Oecologia. 2007, Vol 153, Num 4, pp 1021-1030, issn 0029-8549, 10 p.Article

Swimming restricted foraging behavior of two zooplanktivorous fishes Pseudorasbora parva and Rasbora daniconius (Cyprinidae) in a simulated structured environmentPRIYADARSHANA, Tilak; ASAEDA, Takashi.Environmental biology of fishes. 2007, Vol 80, Num 4, pp 473-486, issn 0378-1909, 14 p.Article

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