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- Peixoto, Paulo Enrique Cardoso, et al. Show all 2 Author
- Journal of ethology 2013 v.31 no.3 pp. 299-304
- Amblypygi; Araneae; animals; burrows; females; field experimentation; habitats; males; observational studies; territoriality; tree and stand measurements; trees; Amazonia
- ... Animals that select and defend suitable habitats against conspecifics may be favored by maximizing prey encounter rate, gaining protection, or securing matings. However, the identification of habitat selection and territoriality may be hindered in observational studies in sedentary species with low-density populations, such as the whip spider Heterophrynus longicornis. To circumvent such difficult ...