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Daily pattern of locomotor activity of the synanthropic spiders Loxosceles laeta and Scytodes globula. Solls, Rigoberto; Alfaro, Ana; Segura, Bernardo; Moreno, Lucila; Canals, Mauricio Report Jan 1, 2018 3410
Growth, mortality, and movement of cobia (Rachycentron canadum). Dippold, David A.; Leaf, Robert T.; Franks, James S.; Hendon, J. Read Report Oct 1, 2017 8963
Fine-scale vertical movements of oceanic whitetip sharks (Carcharhinus longimanus). Tolotti, Mariana; Bauer, Robert; Forget, Fabien; Bach, Pascal; Dagorn, Laurent; Travassos, Paulo Report Jul 1, 2017 10847
Elephants walk on their tippy-toes. Thompson, Helen Brief article Nov 12, 2016 176
Covering ground: Movement patterns and random walk behavior in Aquilonastra anomala sea stars. Lohmann, Amanda C.; Evangelista, Dennis; Waldrop, Lindsay D.; Mah, Christopher L.; Hedrick, Tyson L. Report Oct 1, 2016 7711
Material properties of hagfish skin, with insights into knotting behaviors. Clark, Andrew J.; Crawford, Callie H.; King, Brooke D.; Demas, Andrew M.; Uyeno, Theodore A. Report Jun 1, 2016 8486
Intraspecific scaling relationships between crawling speed and body size in a gastropod. Hemmert, Heather M.; Baltzley, Michael J. Report Feb 1, 2016 4404
When behavior and mechanics meet: scallop swimming capacities and their hinge ligament. Tremblay, Isabelle; Samson-Do, Myriam; Guderley, Helga E. Report Aug 1, 2015 6796
When snakes fly. Milius, Susan Mar 8, 2014 500
Orangutans take to the ground. Bower, Bruce Brief article Mar 8, 2014 183
Walking behavior observed in Phoxichilidium femoratum (Rathke, 1799) and Nymphon brevirostre Hodge 1863 collected from Kandalaksha Bay of the White Sea, Russia. Fornshell, John A. Report Jan 1, 2014 1803
How legless geckos slither. Rosen, Meghan Brief article Nov 2, 2013 128
Ghost in the grassland: tracking the short-eared owl. Swenson, Theresa; Hewitt, Glenn Feb 1, 2013 1613
Scales provide a smoother slither: new study shows how push, friction move snakes forward. Ehrenberg, Rachel Brief article Jul 4, 2009 301

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