sedula nests might generate a certain level of homogenization of the internal environment in terms of temperature and humidity, increasing the importance of the colony's internal stimuli when regarding forager
Caption: An MV-228 Osprey from the VMM-265 Dragons flies over Pagan Island as it supports the tactical recovery of aircraft and personnel exercise for the Forager
Fury 2012 exercise.
As with challenges presented by the social environment, there is a correspondence between challenges presented by the physical environment and cross-culturally pervasive themes in forager
were present in macrophyte banks of lakes or flooded areas.
species introduced in pasture composed of Tifton 85 (Cynodon nlemfuensis Vanderyst x Cynodon dactylon (L.
Without disturbing the ants, all foragers
on each grass in each of the test dishes were recorded at 1, 1.
For each run, one student serves as a forager
and another acts as the official record keeper.
The change of the resource position prolongs or shortens the duration of the forager
The British chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall may be the highest profile contemporary forager
but he remains under the radar in most circles.
An employed forager
abandons an unrewarding food source at a rate inversely proportional to that source's quality: [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (2)
Firstly, Barker advocates the use of ethnographic analogies to understand past human behaviour: 'For all the difficulties of using ethnographic material, the behaviours of recent and present-day foragers
remain an invaluable resource for helping us reflect on the likely characteristics of forager
behaviours before farming' (p.
returns for his first outing in almost a year with his trainer David Arbuthnot still learning about the nine-year-old who faces the starter for the first time under his guidance in the Weatherbys Cheltenham Festival 2008 Betting Guide Novices' Chase at Exeter.