Analysis of the displacement of five iberian anuran species in stress conditions
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This study describes the movement paths -in situation of stress- of five anuran species (Alytes obstetricans, Pelobates cultripes, Bufo bufo, Bufo calamita and Bufo viridis balearicus) by trajectometric analysis. Different experimental treatments (artificial vs. natural) and seasonal variations were studied. The path structure reflects specific (phyogenetic) constraints. Each species showed a characteristic pattern of locomotion for different experimental situations and seasons.
Is part ofOrsis: Organismes i Sistemes, 1998, vol. 13, p. 55-65
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