Behaviour of Teleost Fishes

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T.J. Pitcher
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 31, 1992 - Science - 716 pages
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This is the second edition of an extremely important and well received book. The editor has brought together an international team of experts in the subject, producing a book which contains vital information on major aspects of this important subject. It should appear on the shelves of animal behaviourists, fish biologists and fisheries scientists.
 

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Contents

The motivational basis of fish behaviour
31
Development of behaviour in fish 5 7
57
Sensory Modalities
85
Underwater sound and fish behaviour
129
Role of olfaction in fish behaviour
171
Role of the lateral line in fish behaviour
201
Behavioural Ecology
247
facts and theories
253
Individual differences and alternative behaviours
441
Fish behaviour by day night and twilight
479
life in a fluctuating environment
513
The behavioural ecology of sticklebacks
537
Behavioural ecology of cavedwelling fishes
573
Applied Fish Behaviour
607
Fish behaviour and the management of freshwater fisheries
645
Author index
671

Predation risk and feeding behaviour
285
Teleost mating behaviour
307
an explanation of parental care
333
Functions of shoaling behaviour in teleosts
363

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