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Aggressive Communication in Po Tamon Fluviatile (Herbst) (Decapoda, Brachyura): Role of Size, Colour, and Other Visual Cues

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Modelle aus getrockneten Krabben in unterschiedlicher Körperhaltung wurden verschiedenen Exemplaren von Potamon fluviatile vorgeführt. Position der Scheren, Entfernung von den Modellen und Größe insbesondere der Scheren und des Carapax lösten die intensivsten Reaktionen aus. Bewegliche Modelle, die auf P. fluviatile zubewegt wurden, und auch nur die Bewegung der Scheren verursachten noch größere Aggressivität. Abstand der Körpers vom Boden (erhoben oder den Boden berührend), ganz oder teilweise geöffnete Scheren sowie modifizierte Farbmerkmale des Chelipeden blieben ohne ersichtlichen Aggressionseffekt.

Affiliations: 1: Istituto di Zoologia dell'Università, University of Florence, Via Romana 17, Florence, Italy


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