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The directionality of migrations of amphibians to and from a pond in southern England, with particular reference to the smooth newt, Triturus vulgaris

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Specific routes of migration in the vicinity of a pond in southern England were apparent for both adult and newly-metamorphosed Triturus vulgaris and for adult and juvenile Bufo bufo; no specific routes were apparent for adult and juvenile T, cristatus. For adult T. vulgaris, the major route of immigration was similar in two successive years. Adults and newly-metamorphosed juveniles of this species shared the same major route of emigration. The data suggest that adults 'home' towards the pond from nearby woodland in the spring; the emigration route observed may reflect the previous spatial distribution of the newts within the pond.

Affiliations: 1: Animal Behaviour Research Group, Department of Biology, The Open University, Milton Keynes MK7 6AA, England

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1987-01-01
2016-12-08

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