Download PDF by K. Kunte: Butterflies of Peninsular India

By K. Kunte

ISBN-10: 8173713545

ISBN-13: 9788173713545

Приведены сведения по распространению, экологии и поведению бабочек Индийского полуострова, способствующие развитию деятельности, связанной с наблюдением живых организмов. Книга представляет собой источник визуальной и фактической информации для всех, кто интересуется живой природой, стимулируя внимание к природному богатству Индии.
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Or do individuals blindly follow a crude provisioning rule? U n d e r standing the m e c h a n i s m will tell us w h e t h e r w e s h o u l d be m e a s u r ing the costs a n d benefits of 'provisioning' or of 'helping'. S o m e recent studies have s h o w n that individuals do not always provision chicks but rather do so only w h e n they are likely to e n j o y a genetic gain from doing so. For example, white fronted bee-eater Merops bullockoides helpers almost always only help feed the offspring of close relatives and furthermore, given the choice b e t w e e n helping close versus m o r e distant kin they almost always choose to help the closer kin.

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