When and Why Do Territorial Coalitions Occur? Experimental Evidence from a Fiddler Crab
Neighboring territory owners are often less aggressive toward each other than to strangers ("dear enemy" effect). There is, however, little evidence for territorial defense coalitions whereby a neighbor will temporarily leave his/her own territory, enter
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