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- BaÃ±uelos, MarÃa-JosÃ©, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Journal of ornithology 2012 v.153 no.2 pp. 555-562
- Tetrao urogallus; deciduous forests; diet; feathers; females; grouse; males; microhabitats; molting; philopatry; rare species; sexual dimorphism; stable isotopes; treeline; trees; variance
- ... Sexual dimorphism is often associated with different feeding strategies between sexes because of distinct nutritional demands or intake rates. Capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus) is the most sexually dimorphic grouse, thus sexual segregation in resource use is likely. This study assessed intrapopulation variation in the diet related to habitat use, focusing on differential feeding behaviors between Ca ...