January 22, 2002
From: Ryan Murphy
My report is at: http://www.racerocks.com/racerock/research/eeryan/eeryan.htm
email@example.comMurphy, R., 2002 (Jan 22) Behaviour of Triopha catalinae. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/6044
Thanks for getting back to me. It's always nice to get some feedback. I hope your exams went well. I've had a look at your report and it certainly raises some interesting questions on whether these animals prefer shade. I guess the other point it raises is just how difficult it is to design experiments to study specific aspects of an animal's behaviour. As you have found, and thoughtfully considered, it is very difficult to isolate one particular item in an animal's behavioural repertoire and at the same time isolate one of the multiplicity of environmental factors which may have some effect on that behaviour.
Good Luck with your future studies.
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