Behavioural differences across contexts may indicate morph-specific strategies in the lizard Ctenophorus decresii
Madeleine St Clair Yewers, Sarah Pryke, Devi Stuart-Fox
Animal Behaviour | ACADEMIC PRESS LTD- ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD | Published : 2016
Awarded by Australia Research Council
We are grateful to Rachael Bartlett, Enrique Cruz, Fran LyndonGee, Sarah Grogan, Jessica Hacking, David Hamilton, Jenni Hetz, Molly Hunter, Claire McLean, Adnan Moussalli, Montse Sutulov, Tim Tan, Luisa Teasdale, Bryant Turffs and Peter Yewers for help in the field. We thank Associate Professor Graham Hepworth from the Statistical Consulting Centre at The University of Melbourne for statistical assistance. This work was supported by the Australia Research Council (DP1092908) to D.S-F., the Nature Foundation South Australia, Australian Postgraduate Award and the Holsworth Wildlife Research Endowment to M.S.Y. We acknowledge and recognize the Adnyamathanha people, traditional owners of Your-ambulla Caves Historic Reserve. Permission to access cultural sites was obtained from the Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division, South Australian Department of the Premier and Cabinet and local Aboriginal elders.