Data from: Use of a rostral appendage during social interactions in the Ecuadorian Anolis proboscis

Quirola DR, Mármol A, Torres-Carvajal O, Narvaez A, Ayala-Varela F, Moore IT

Date Published: June 15, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.pk84p

 

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Title VIDEO 1-Anolis proboscis displays
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Description Displays. Four types of displays performed by males: proboscis flourishing, alternate up-down head bobbing, lowered head bobbing, undulation), and display performed by females.
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Title VIDEO 2-Anolis proboscis courtship behavior, part I
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Description First part of the courtship behavior, highlighting the ‘Proboscis flourishing’.
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Title VIDEO 3-Anolis proboscis courtship behavior, part II
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Description Second part of the courtship behavior characterized by ‘Chasing’.
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Title VIDEO 4-Anolis proboscis courtship behavior: Stimulation and copulation
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Description Third and fourth part of the courtship behavior: ‘Stimulation’ and ‘Copulation’. During the stimulation, the male rubs the female’s neck with his snout tip, elevates the rostral appendage and bite the female in the nape. The copula starts, the male stops biting the female nape and low the rostral appendage.
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Title VIDEO 5-Agonistic interaction in Anolis proboscis-part I
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Description Agonistic Interaction. Bite attempts, rostral appendage lifting, displays with half dewlap extensions and low push-ups. Pushes with the tip of the snout and a bite in the throat of one of the males are observed.
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Title VIDEO 6-Agonistic interaction in Anolis proboscis-part II
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Description Agonistic Interaction 2. ‘Agonistic’ display, bite attempts, rostral appendage lifting, tail movements, displays with half dewlap extensions and low push-ups, and jaw locking can be observed.
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Quirola DR, Mármol A, Torres-Carvajal O, Narvaez AE, Ayala-Varela F, Moore IT (2017) Use of a rostral appendage during social interactions in the Ecuadorian Anolis proboscis. Journal of Natural History, online in advance of print. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00222933.2017.1332790

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Quirola DR, Mármol A, Torres-Carvajal O, Narvaez A, Ayala-Varela F, Moore IT (2017) Data from: Use of a rostral appendage during social interactions in the Ecuadorian Anolis proboscis. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.pk84p
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