Reproductive success as a Result of Convergence for Threat Display
. Evolution, 34(6): 1050-1059.
Such body language, known as a "dominance threat display
" and labeled as "triumph" in other studies, was observed in winners of Olympic and Paralympic judo matches.
3--Acknowledgment/standoff : facing one another without visual threat display
1) is a commonly known threat display
in this species of rear-fanged colubrid snake (T.R.
Hippopotamus threat display
Queen Elizabeth Park, Uganda.
Although the composition of the threat repertoire varied across populations, we did not detect a difference in the total number of threat displays
performed by males in different populations, indicating that a decline in the performance of one threat display
is compensated for by an increase in the other (Fig.
The system has growth potential including increased computer capacity, control of new countermeasures including towed decoys, direct infrared countermeasures and laser warners while a tactical threat display
can be introduced.
The relation between eliciting stimulus strength and habituation of the Threat display
in male Siamese fighting fish.
To maintain an individual distance between moose and marals, a threat display
on the part of a male was normally enough.
Scientists had held that if a stickleback flashes black, as the mudminnows do during a threat display
, the stickleback becomes more of a contender.
According to their study, the cobra's hood evolved as its ribs were 'co-opted' to create the threat display