ANDS Services - Demonstration Environment - development

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Behavioural syndromes are important in the context of understanding the evolution of behaviour. This study examines the lifetime development of shy/bold behaviour of dumpling squid (Euprymna tasmanica). The first component examined correlations of shy/bold behaviour across two test contexts - a threat and a feeding test, measured 5 times during the lifetime of the squid. The second component examined developmental plasticity in shy/bold phenotypes with age and sexual maturity.

Created: 2008-11-17

Data time period: 01 08 2002 to 31 01 2003

147,-41 147,-41.5 146.5,-41.5 146.5,-41 147,-41

146.75,-41.25