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Intruder colour and light environment jointly determine how nesting male stickleback respond to simulated territorial intrusions

Intruder colour and light environment jointly determine how nesting male stickleback respond to simulated territorial intrusions

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BOLNICK, Daniel I., Kimberly HENDRIX, Lyndon Alexander JORDAN, Thor VEEN, Chad D. BROCK, 2016. Intruder colour and light environment jointly determine how nesting male stickleback respond to simulated territorial intrusions. In: Biology Letters. 12(8), 20160467. ISSN 1744-9561. eISSN 1744-957X

@article{Bolnick2016-08-09Intru-38849, title={Intruder colour and light environment jointly determine how nesting male stickleback respond to simulated territorial intrusions}, year={2016}, doi={10.1098/rsbl.2016.0467}, number={8}, volume={12}, issn={1744-9561}, journal={Biology Letters}, author={Bolnick, Daniel I. and Hendrix, Kimberly and Jordan, Lyndon Alexander and Veen, Thor and Brock, Chad D.}, note={Article Number: 20160467} }

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