Accueil > Communication > Newsletter scientifique > Publications

Behavioural syndromes and structural and temporal consistency of behavioural traits in a social lizard [Journal of Zoology]

par Frédéric Magné - publié le , mis à jour le

Understanding how behavioural traits co-vary within and between individuals is a major aim of behavioural ecologists working across a wide range of taxa. Here we attempted to measure five key behavioural traits (aggression, boldness, exploration, activity and sociability) in a native Australian social skink, Egernia whitii. Specifically, we documented the temporal consistency of trait structural definition, the temporal consistency of trait expression and the relationships between behavioural traits (i.e. behavioural syndromes)...

Voir en ligne :