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Seeking examples of "victory displays"

Subject: Seeking examples of "victory displays"
From: John L. Bower <>
Date: Wed, 13 Nov 2002 09:07:16 -0800
<FONT face="Geneva"><BIG>I am seeking examples of "victory displays," that is, 
displays that are given by winners at the end of conflicts but not be losers.  
I am writing a chapter in the forthcoming book, Animal Communication Networks 
(edited by Peter McGregor), and would like to include examples from diverse 
taxonomic groups.  So far, I have possible examples from several birds (little 
blue penguins, tropical boubous, song sparrows), funnel-web spiders, Siamese 
fighting fish, and house crickets.  If you know of a possible example or can 
recommend a person who might know, please respond to this list or e-mail me at: 
 <U><FONT color="0000,0000,00FF">[EMAIL PROTECTED]</FONT></U>. I will, of 
course, credit individuals who provide examples that I use in the chapter.<br>
 Dr. John Bower</BIG></FONT><br>
 John Bower<br>
 Assistant Professor<br>
 Fairhaven College<br>
 Western Washington University<br>
 516 High Street<br>
 Bellingham, WA 98225-9118<br>
 phone: 360-650-7217<br>
 fax: 360-650-3677 

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