In this complete and thorough update of Arthur Boucot's seminal work, Evolutionary Paleobiology of Behavior and Coevolution, Boucot is joined by George Poinar, who provides additional expertise and knowledge on protozoans and bacteria as applied to disease. Together, they make the Fossil Behavior Compendium wider in scope, covering all relevant ani

chapter 1|2 pages

Functional Morphology

chapter 3|12 pages


chapter 5|6 pages

Density and Spacing

chapter 6|40 pages

Predation and Feeding Behaviors

chapter 7|4 pages


chapter 8|10 pages

Trace Fossils and Their Formers

chapter 9|12 pages

Specialized Substrates

chapter 10|30 pages

Sexual Behavior

chapter 11|2 pages

1Chapter 1 Parental Care

chapter 12|4 pages

Depth Behavior

chapter 13|4 pages

1Chapter 3 Phoresy

chapter |14 pages

1Chapter 4 Defense

chapter 15|2 pages

Carrier Shells

chapter 16|2 pages

1Chapter 6 Pollination Ecology

chapter 17|6 pages

1Chapter 7 Social Insects

chapter 18|2 pages

1Chapter 8 Long-Range Migration

chapter 19|2 pages

1Chapter 9 Molting

chapter 20|2 pages

2Chapter 0 Sensitive Plants

chapter 21|2 pages

Reptilian and Mammalian Burrows and Dens

chapter 22|2 pages

Vertebrate Endocranial Casts

chapter 23|2 pages

2Chapter 3 Preening

chapter 24|2 pages

2Chapter 4 Grain-Size Selectors

chapter 25|2 pages

*2Chapter 5 The Seagrass Community Complex

chapter 26|2 pages

*2Chapter 6 Shelter

chapter 27|2 pages

*2Chapter 7 Flying and Gliding Vertebrates

chapter 29|4 pages

*2Chapter 9 Teratologies

chapter 30|2 pages


chapter 34|2 pages


chapter 35|2 pages

*3Chapter 5 Oceanic vs. Neritic

chapter 36|2 pages

*3Chapter 6 Human Behavior

chapter 37|12 pages

3Chapter 7 Summary and Conclusions

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chapter |22 pages