Communication and expression in hoofed mammals
An introduction to hoofed mammals; Some theoretical problems of communication; Some theoretical problems of expression; Toward a classification of communicative advertisements and displays; Advertising presence, position, state, and status; Marking behavior and marks; Space claims; Excitement activities, alarm and flight signals; Behavioral contagion, contact seeking and contact making, allogrooming; Signals in mother-offspring relations; Orientations relative to the partner; Threat displays; Dominance displays; Courtship displays; Submissive displays; "Herding" and related behaviors; Comparative distribution of certain communicative behaviors and displays; On interspecific Communication; A classification list of hoofed mammals.
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An Introduction to Hoofed Mammals
Some Theoretical Problems of Communication
Some Theoretical Problems of Expression
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addax adult agonistic agonistic encounters Alcelaphinae alpha bull animal axis deer bison biting bovids broadside position cervids combined communication conspecifics courtship displays defecation discussion dominance displays duiker dung piles erect posture example expressive behaviors female female's fighting techniques foreleg kick frequently frontal orientation Gazella Geist Genus giraffe goat Grant's gazelle grazing greater kudu havior head and neck head-low posture herding hind legs hoofed mammals intention movements Klingel kudu lateral orientation least male male's mammals marking mating ritual mother mouse deer neck-stretch nilgai nose nose-up object aggression occur okapi olfactory opponent oryx antelope partners peccary plains zebra preorbital glands presentation of horns pronghorn recipient relatively reverse-parallel position rhino Schloeth scraping the ground sender Serengeti National Park sexual sheep signals situation social sometimes stallion Subfamily Subgenus submissive subordinate symbolic tapirs territorial Thomson's gazelle threat displays tion Tragelaphus ungulate species ungulates usually vocalizations wallowing Walther waterbuck wildebeest young