ESCAPING FROM PREDATORS An Integrative View of Escape Decisions (2015)

Part I.Overview and behaviors preceding and following initiation of escape

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Part II.Escape and refuge use: theory and findings for major taxonomic groups

Part IIa.Escape theory

  2. Theory: models of escape behavior and refuge use

Part IIb.Escape decisions prior to pursuit

  3. Mammals

  4. Birds

  5. Reptiles

  6. Fish and amphibians

  7. Invertebrates

Part IIc.Escape trajectories and strategies during pursuit

  8. Prey behaviors during fleeing: escape trajectories, signaling, and sensory defenses

Part IId.Escape trajectories and strategies during pursuit

  9. Hiding time in refuge

Part III.Related behaviors and other factors influencing escape

  10. Vigilance, alarm calling, pursuit deterrence, and predation inspection

  11. Determinants of lizard escape performance: decision, motivation, ability, and opportunity

  12. Sensory systems and escape behavior

  13. The physiology of escape

  14. Maternal and genetic effects on escape: a prospective review

  15. The personality of escape

Part IV.The applications and study of escape

  16. Best practice for the study of escape behavior

  17. Afterword