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Each trial was started as soon as the subject (the observer) enters the tested cage where conspecifics were already present in front cage (Addessi and Visalberghi, 2006).
We hypothesize fishers may exhibit a behavior whereby territorial disputes can result in an individual killing a conspecific and then consuming its feet in order to remove further chemical signaling from plantar glands (Buskirk et al, 1986).
However, once Ross's Gulls settled into pairs, they no longer participated in or disrupted the displays of unpaired conspecifics, and only rarely were they disturbed by other unpaired individuals, even though they remained close by the polynya for several days until the snow melted enough to make nesting sites accessible.
Simultaneous responses measured by flame ionization detection (FID) and electroantennographic detection (EAD) in the antennae of Sphenophorus incurrens males to headspace volatiles collected from (A) conspecific males and (B) 10 ng synthetic 2-methyl-4-octanol, on a SPB-1 capillary column.
Islet size and density were otherwise comparable to those of archived conspecifics that had unrelated disease processes, including 2 neonates and 4 geriatric adults.
First, the control series, which consisted of recording ingestion in, aged seawater without conspecific odor.
09 cm) were allowed to interact during P1; they were subsequently isolated in separate tanks for 20 min (P2) without adding a conspecific to each animal.
Presence of conspecific odours enhances responses of commensal house mice (Mus musculus) to bait stations.
Therefore, our finding of high neutralizing antibody titers in camelids is suggestive (but not evidentiary) of the presence of viruses conspecific with MERS-CoV in camelids.
Types of chemical cues that are perceived by prey include kairomones (the scent of a predator alone), alarm cues from injured individuals (a chemical emitted by injured prey that communicates to conspecifics that danger is imminent), and cues due to dietary factors such as those emitted after a predator has eaten a prey item (see review in Ferrari and others 2010; Wisenden 2003).
The main goal of this research was to determine if host or conspecific odors can act as attractants to guava weevil.

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