Fishes are by far the most species-rich vertebrate taxon, and it is also the vertebrate group with the most strikingly diverse repertoire of behaviours and behavioural adaptations. As such, they provide us with many opportunities to explore the fascinating complexities of animal behaviour. Central questions addressed in this book include: How do se

chapter 2|28 pages

Cognition: Learning and Memory

ByVictoria A. Braithwaite, Anne Gro Vea Salvanes

chapter 3|90 pages

Hormones and Social Behaviour of Teleost Fish

ByRui F. Oliveira, David M. Gonçalves

chapter 4|36 pages

The Genetics of Fish Behavior

ByAlison M. Bell

chapter 6|34 pages

Fish Foraging Behaviour in Theory and Practice

ByPaulJ.B. Hart, Michael M. Webster and Ashley J.W. Ward

chapter 7|34 pages

Assessment of Predation Risk by Prey Fishes

ByJennifer L. Kelley

chapter 8|34 pages

Variation in Sexual Selection in Fishes

ByIngrid Ahnesjö, Elisabet Forsgren, Charlotta Kvarnemo

chapter 9|40 pages

Mate Choice

ByUlrika Candolin and Bob B.M. Wong

chapter 10|34 pages

Parental Care and Sexual Selection

ByKai Lindström and Colette M. St.Mary

chapter 11|26 pages

Alternative Reproductive Tactics in Fishes

ByRosemary Knapp, Bryan D. Neff

chapter 12|48 pages

Cooperative Behaviour in Fishes

BySigal Balshine, Peter M. Buston

chapter 13|14 pages

Group-Living and Social Networks

ByJens Krause, Ashley J.W. Ward, Richard James and Darren P. Croft

chapter 14|26 pages

Decision-making and Trade-offs in Fish Behaviour

ByCarin Magnhagen, Anne E. Magurran

chapter 15|38 pages

Parasites and Fish Behaviour

ByIain Barber, Ben J. Rushbrook

chapter 16|30 pages

New Perspectives on Marine Cleaning Mutualism

ByRedouan Bshary, Isabelle M. Cote

chapter 17|36 pages

Behaviour and Welfare in Farmed Fish

ByEva Brännäs, Jörgen I. Johnsson