Ecology of Animal Societies Publications

Ecology of Animal Societies Publications

Journal Article (14)

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Cantor, M.; Chimento, M.; Smeele, S. Q.; He, P.; Papageorgiou, D.; Aplin, L. M.; Farine, D. R.: Social network architecture and the tempo of cumulative cultural evolution. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 288 (1946), 20203107 (2021)
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Clark, J. S.; Andrus, R.; Aubry-Kientz, M.; Bergeron, Y.; Bogdziewicz, M.; Bragg, D. C.; Brockway, D.; Cleavitt, N. L.; Cohen, S.; Courbaud, B. et al.; Daley, R.; Das, A. J.; Dietze, M.; Fahey, T. J.; Fer, I.; Franklin, J. F.; Gehring, C. A.; Gilbert, G. S.; Greenberg, C. H.; Guo, Q.; HilleRisLambers, J.; Ibanez, I.; Johnstone, J.; Kilner, C. L.; Knops, J.; Koenig, W. D.; Kunstler, G.; LaMontagne, J. M.; Legg, K. L.; Luongo, J.; Lutz, J. A.; Macias, D.; McIntire, E. J. B.; Messaoud, Y.; Moore, C. M.; Moran, E.; Myers, J. A.; Myers, O. B.; Nunez, C.; Parmenter, R.; Pearse, S.; Pearson, S.; Poulton-Kamakura, R.; Ready, E.; Redmond, M. D.; Reid, C. D.; Rodman, K. C.; Scher, C. L.; Schlesinger, W. H.; Schwantes, A. M.; Shanahan, E.; Sharma, S.; Steele, M. A.; Stephenson, N. L.; Sutton, S.; Swenson, J. J.; Swift, M.; Veblen, T. T.; Whipple, A. V.; Whitham, T. G.; Wion, A. P.; Zlotin, K. Z. &. R.: Continent-wide tree fecundity driven by indirect climate effects. Nature Communications 12, 1242 (2021)
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Goldsborough, Z.; Webb, C. E.; de Waal, F. B.M.; van Leeuwen, E. J.C.: Zoo-housed female chimpanzee adopts local female-specific tradition upon immigrating into a new group. Behaviour (2021)
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Grueter, C. C.; Qi, X. G.; Zinner, D.; Bergman, T.; Li, M.; Xiang, Z. F.; Zhu, P. F.; Miller, A.; Krutzen, M.; Fischer, J. et al.; Rubenstein, D. I.; Vidya, T. N. C.; Li, B. G.; Cantor, M.; Swedell, L.: On multifaceted definitions of multilevel societies: Response to Papageorgiou and Farine. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 36 (1), pp. 17 - 19 (2021)
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Loftus, J. C.; Perez, A. A.; Sih, A.: Task syndromes: linking personality and task allocation in social animal groups. Behavioral Ecology 32 (1), pp. 1 - 17 (2021)
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Loftus, J. C.; Perez, A. A.; Sih, A.: Personality, plasticity, tasks, and task syndromes: a response to comments on Loftus et al. 2020. Behavioral Ecology 32 (1), pp. 23 - 24 (2021)
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Walton, Z.; Hagenlund, M.; Ostbye, K.; Samelius, G.; Odden, M.; Norman, A.; Willebrand, T.; Spong, G.: Moving far, staying close: red fox dispersal patterns revealed by SNP genotyping. Conservation Genetics (2021)
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Walton, Z.; Mattisson, J.: Down a hole: missing GPS positions reveal birth dates of an underground denning species, the red fox. Mammalian Biology (2021)
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Whitworth, A.; Beirne, C.; Flatt, E.; Froese, G.; Nuñez, C. L.; Forsyth, A.: Recovery of dung beetle biodiversity and traits in a regenerating rainforest: a case study from Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula. Insect Conservation and Diversity (2021)
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Brown, M.: An observation of intergroup infanticide in grey-cheeked mangabeys (Lophocebus albigena). Behaviour 157, pp. 1091 - 1098 (2020)
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Hartwell, K. S.; Notman, H.; Kalbitzer, U.; Chapman, C. A.; Pavelka, M. M. S. M.: Fruit availability has a complex relationship with fission-fusion dynamics in spider monkeys. Primates (2020)
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Lucchesi, S.; Cheng, L.; Janmaat, K.; Mundry, R.; Pisor, A.; Surbeck, M.: Beyond the group: how food, mates, and group size influence intergroup encounters in wild bonobos. Behavioral Ecology 31 (2), pp. 519 - 532 (2020)
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Monteza-Moreno, C. M.; Dogandzic, T.; McLean, K. A.; Castillo-Caballero, P. L.; Mijango-Ramos, Z.; Del Rosario-Vargas, E.; Crofoot, M. C.; Barrett, B. J.: White-Faced Capuchin, Cebus capucinus imitator, hammerstone and anvil tool use in riparian habitats on Coiba Island, Panama. International Journal of Primatology 41 (3), pp. 429 - 433 (2020)
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Torrez-Herrera, L. L.; Davis, G. H.; Crofoot, M. C.: Do monkeys avoid areas of home range overlap because they are dangerous? A test of the risk hypothesis in White-Faced Capuchin Monkeys (Cebus capucinus). International Journal of Primatology 41 (2), pp. 246 - 264 (2020)
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