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Familiarization and spatial distribution in Anax imperator larvae (Aeshnidae Odonata)

Abstract : The influence of two factors, the presence of a conspecific and familiarization with the site, on the spatial distribution of Anax imperator larvae has been investigated experimentally. These larvae modified their patterns of spatial occupation in relation to the number of larvae present in the container. Larvae reared alone exploited their container more than larvae reared in pairs. Familiarization with the site also influenced their spatial occupation. Residents moved less than intruders.
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Catherine Blois-Heulin. Familiarization and spatial distribution in Anax imperator larvae (Aeshnidae Odonata). Ethology Ecology and Evolution, Taylor & Francis, 1990, 2 (4), pp.335-344. ⟨10.1080/08927014.1990.9525395⟩. ⟨hal-01320638⟩

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