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Change in foraging rate for <i>Pomacentrus moluccensis</i> in response to different odours.

By Matthew D. Mitchell (126068), Mark I. McCormick (126071), Maud C. O. Ferrari (294385) and Douglas P. Chivers (294387)


<p><i>Pomacentrus moluccensis</i> were conditioned with the ‘cocktail’ of <i>S. dermatogenys</i>, <i>P. fuscus</i>, <i>R. aculeatus</i> and <i>C. plebeius</i> paired with a) alarm cue (shaded bars) or b) saltwater (open bars) and tested for learned recognition of <i>S. dermatogenys</i>, <i>P. fuscus</i>, <i>R. aculeatus</i> and <i>C. plebeius</i> odours alone or the control odours of <i>C. batuensis</i> and <i>A. steinitzi</i>. * indicate significant differences between conditioning treatments within species.</p

Topics: Neuroscience, Ecology, Developmental Biology, Inorganic Chemistry, foraging
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0015764.g001
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