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Daily activity rhythms, chronotypes, and risk-taking behavior in the signal crayfish (2021)
Journal Article
Sbragaglia, V., & Breithaupt, T. (in press). Daily activity rhythms, chronotypes, and risk-taking behavior in the signal crayfish. Current Zoology, 1-7. https://doi.org/10.1093/cz/zoab023

Consistent inter-individual differences in daily activity rhythms (i.e., chronotypes) can have ecological consequences in determining access to food resources and avoidance of predators. The most common measure to characterize chronotypes in animals... Read More about Daily activity rhythms, chronotypes, and risk-taking behavior in the signal crayfish.