Increased Levels of Perceived Competition Decrease Juvenile Kin-Shoaling Preferences in a Cichlid Fish

Thünken T, Hesse S, Meuthen D (2020)
The American Naturalist 195(5): 868-875.

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Thünken, Timo; Hesse, Saskia; Meuthen, DenisUniBi
Stichworte
Ecology; Evolution; Behavior and Systematics
Erscheinungsjahr
2020
Zeitschriftentitel
The American Naturalist
Band
195
Ausgabe
5
Seite(n)
868-875
ISSN
0003-0147, 1537-5323
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2943469

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Thünken T, Hesse S, Meuthen D. Increased Levels of Perceived Competition Decrease Juvenile Kin-Shoaling Preferences in a Cichlid Fish. The American Naturalist. 2020;195(5):868-875.
Thünken, T., Hesse, S., & Meuthen, D. (2020). Increased Levels of Perceived Competition Decrease Juvenile Kin-Shoaling Preferences in a Cichlid Fish. The American Naturalist, 195(5), 868-875. doi:10.1086/707747
Thünken, T., Hesse, S., and Meuthen, D. (2020). Increased Levels of Perceived Competition Decrease Juvenile Kin-Shoaling Preferences in a Cichlid Fish. The American Naturalist 195, 868-875.
Thünken, T., Hesse, S., & Meuthen, D., 2020. Increased Levels of Perceived Competition Decrease Juvenile Kin-Shoaling Preferences in a Cichlid Fish. The American Naturalist, 195(5), p 868-875.
T. Thünken, S. Hesse, and D. Meuthen, “Increased Levels of Perceived Competition Decrease Juvenile Kin-Shoaling Preferences in a Cichlid Fish”, The American Naturalist, vol. 195, 2020, pp. 868-875.
Thünken, T., Hesse, S., Meuthen, D.: Increased Levels of Perceived Competition Decrease Juvenile Kin-Shoaling Preferences in a Cichlid Fish. The American Naturalist. 195, 868-875 (2020).
Thünken, Timo, Hesse, Saskia, and Meuthen, Denis. “Increased Levels of Perceived Competition Decrease Juvenile Kin-Shoaling Preferences in a Cichlid Fish”. The American Naturalist 195.5 (2020): 868-875.

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