Adaptive Sex-Specific Cognitive Bias in Predation Behaviours of Japanese Pygmy Squid

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  1. DWhatley

    DWhatley Cthulhu Staff Member Moderator

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    Adaptive Sex-Specific Cognitive Bias in Predation Behaviours of Japanese Pygmy Squid
    Fumio Takeshita1, Noriyosi Sato 2016 (subscription)

     
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    Wow! This really opens up a lot of questions about sex-specific behaviours in molluscs generally.
     
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    It would be curious to see a study on only animals that show strong dimorphism, under the hypothesis that it may exist to reduce the mating costs.
     

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