Vocal complexity and sociality in spotted paca (Cuniculus paca)

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Lima, Stella G. C. ; Sousa-Lima, Renata S. ; Tokumaru, Rosana S. ; L. G. Nogueira-Filho, Sérgio ; S. C. Nogueira, Selene
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0190961
  • Subject: Neuroscience | Evolutionary Biology | Ecology | Sociology | Cancer | Inorganic Chemistry | Social Complexity Hypothesis | LDA | SCHC | sociality | Linear Discriminant Analysis | repertoire | Neotropical caviomorph rodent | group size | caviomorph species | paca

<div><p>The evolution of sociality is related to many ecological factors that act on animals as selective forces, thus driving the formation of groups. Group size will depend on the payoffs of group living. The Social Complexity Hypothesis for Communication (SCHC) predi... View more
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