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Our understanding on the role of chemical signals in parasite-mediated sexual selection is still limited, and only some existing studies have focused on fish. Furthermore, published studies on the effect of parasite infection on behavioral sexual competition of the male hosts have yielded...
Whistles are key elements in the acoustic repertoire of bottlenose dolphins. In this species, the frequency contours of whistles are used as individual signatures. Assessing the long-lasting stability of such stereotyped signals, and the abundant production of non-stereotyped whistles in the...
We investigated the seasonal spatial and temporal co-occurrence of three carnivore species in Liguria region (NW Italy)—the red fox (Vulpes vulpes), the European badger (Meles meles) and the wolf (Canis lupus)—using the information provided by camera-trapping monitoring. Data were collected from...
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