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Sensory deprivation effects on predatory behavior of the rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis oreganus

Joseph Edward Haverly

Sensory deprivation effects on predatory behavior of the rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis oreganus

by Joseph Edward Haverly

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rattlesnakes -- Sense organs.,
  • Rattlesnakes -- Behavior.,
  • Predation (Biology)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Joseph Edward Haverly.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 32 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14697405M

      Striking behavior in a bonnethead, Sphyrna tiburo, Haverly JE, Kardong KV () Sensory deprivation effects on the predatory behavior of the rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis oreganus. Copeia – [Google Scholar]   University of Texas at El Paso [email protected] Open Access Theses & Dissertations Behavioral Ecology Of A Desert Ambush Predator: Assessing Movement Patterns, Habitat?article=&context=open_etd.

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Sensory deprivation effects on predatory behavior of the rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis oreganus by Joseph Edward Haverly Download PDF EPUB FB2

Haverly, J. E., and K. Kardong () Sensory deprivation effects on the predatory behavior of the rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis oreganus.

Copeia Hayes, W. () Envenomation strategies of prairie ~kkardong/Web of KVK_06b/images/ Sensory deprivation effects on the predatory.

behavior of the rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis oreganus. Copeia, and 13 dependent variables of the predatory behavior were recorded from prestrike Sensory deprivation effects on the predatory behavior of the rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis oreganus.

– Kardong KV, Berkhoudt H. Rattlesnake Sensory deprivation effects on predatory behavior of the rattlesnake behavior: correlations between plasticity of predatory performance and ://   J.E. Haverly, K.V.

KardongSensory deprivation effects on the predatory behavior of the rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis oreganus Copeia, (), pp. Google Scholar Influence of prey movement on the aim of predatory strikes of the Western Rattlesnake (Crotalus viridis) Article (PDF Available) in Great Basin Naturalist 53(2) January with 20 Reads ().

Sensory deprivation effects on the predatory behavior of the rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis oreganus. Rattlesnake hunting behavior: correlations between plasticity of predatory performance and neuroanatomy. Proximate factors involved in rattlesnake predatory behavior: a ://   Boid and Crotaline snakes use both their eyes and infrared-imaging facial pit organs to target homeothermic prey.

These snakes can target in complete Alving, R. W., and Kardong, K. V.,The role of the vomeronasal organ in rattlesnake (Crotalus viridis oreganus) predatory behavior, Brain Pitvipers (Viperidae: Crotalinae) possess unique sensory organs, the facial pits, capable of sensing subtle fluctuations in thermal radiation.

Prey acquisition has long been regarded as the sole function of the facial pits. However, the ability to sense thermal radiation could also direct thermoregulatory behavior by remotely sensing nearby surface ://    Effects of rattlesnake (Crotalus viridis oreganus) envenomation upon the mobility and death Aging in Snakes: Results of long-term captivity on rattlesnake (Crotalus viridis oreganus) predatory behavior.

Zoo Biology. Haverly, J. and K. Kardong. Sensory deprivation effects on the predatory ~kkardong/Web of KVK_06b/Publications/ Kuhn, B.F., M.J.

Rochelle, and K.V. Kardong. Effects of rattlesnake (Crotalus viridis oreganus) envenomation upon the mobility and death rate of laboratory mice (Mus musculus) and the wild mice (Peromyscus maniculatus). Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society 27(4): ?elcode=ARADE Rattlesnake predatory behavior is defined by a strike and then release of rodent prey.

Poststrike, the released envenomated prey dashes off and dies. Therefore, the snake must relocate the prey relying largely upon chemosensory cues emitted by the struck prey. Assessing these poststrike chemosensory cues is important to the snake as these cues may contain significant information about the   Brain, Behavior and Evolution Brain Behav Evol ; Wendy Rockhill Alving.

The Role of the Vomeronasal. Kenneth V Kardong. Department of Zoology, Organ in Rattlesnake. Washington State University, Pullman, Wash., USA (Crotalus viridis.

oreganus) Predatory ~kkardong/Web of KVK_06b/Publications/VNO_CVOpdf. The analgesic effects of Xylocaine dissipated quickly; within hours the snakes were able to feed normally, locating and ingesting E prey. References ALVING, W., & KARDONG, K. The role of the vomeronasal organ in rattlesnake (Crotalus viridis oreganus) predatory behavior.

Brain, Behavior, and Evolution, 48, BAUMAN, F. ().+of. Haverly JE, Kardong KV () Sensory deprivation effects on the predatory behavior of the rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis oreganus. Copeia – Copeia – Hayes WK, Duvall D () A field study of praire rattlesnake predatory :// Sand vipers of the genus Cerastes are specialized semi-fossorial snakes that launch predatory strikes at rodents and lizards while partially buried in the soft sand of the Saharan desert.

This study attempted to document which environmental stimuli are used by these snakes as a trigger for the ambush behavior. Denervating the olfactory and vomeronasal organs produced no changes in prey capture Sensory deprivation effects on the predatory behavior of the rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis oreganus.

Copeia– Herzog, H. A., and Burghardt, G. Prey movement and predatory behavior of juvenile western yellow-bellied racers, Coluber constrictor mormon. Herpetolog – Kardong, K. Proximate   Striking behavior in a bonnethead, Sphyrna tiburo, Haverly JE, Kardong KV () Sensory deprivation effects on the predatory behavior of the rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis oreganus.

Copeia – Monroy JA, Nishikawa KC ()   Haverly JE, Kardong KV () Sensory deprivation effects on the predatory behavior of the rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis oreganus. Copeia. –JE HaverlyKV KardongSensory deprivation effects on the predatory behavior of the rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis ?id=/ The feeding mechanism of snakes is one of the most specialized vertebrate musculoskeletal systems.

Most of the previous studies of this system have centered on prey engulfment and the amazing mobility and extensibility of the snake's upper and lower jaws (see Cundall and Greene ).The mechanics of prey capture in snakes, and particularly the mechanics of venom injection, are less well ://.

VNS deprivation on prey discrimination using a reversible method of block-ing vomeronasal activity that did not produce concomitant changes in strike behavior. Using the methods developed by Stark, Chiszar, and Smith (), we examined the effects of anesthetic blockade of the VNS on rattlesnakes' ability to discriminate between E and NE ?article=&context=tpr.

and-wait chemosensory foraging behavior of free-ranging red diamond (Crotalus ruber) and northern Pacific (Crotalus oreganus oreganus) rattle-snakes during day and night periods. The two most common behaviors we observed were chemosensory probes, a behavior we describe in detail for the first time, and mouth gapes.

During chemosensory probes,  Behavior Introduction. Fish behavior is often varied and complex within and between species. Sensory stimuli, cyclic influences, population density and structure, habitat quality, the availability and use of space, the potential for competition and coexistence, the need to avoid predators, foraging and diet, reproduction, and other factors all contribute towards the evolution of patterns of /zoology-and-veterinary-medicine/zoology-general/behavior.