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標題: 斯文豪氏攀蜥(Japalura swinhonis)的化學與視覺感知在偵測捕食者上的重要性
The roles of chemical and visual senses in detecting predators of a tree lizard(Japalura swinhonis)
作者: 陳沛妏
Chen, Pei-Wen
關鍵字: Japalura swinhonis
chemical cue
visual cues
antipredatory behavior
出版社: 生命科學系所
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摘要: 許多動物在找尋資源的過程中,相對的也提高被捕食的風險。因此,能有效地判別出捕食者對獵物來說是一個很重要的能力。本研究測試“威脅敏感度假說”(the threat sensitivity hypothesis),認為獵物可藉由化學線索、視覺感知等線索來識別出不同威脅程度的捕食者,以降低被捕食的風險。以斯文豪氏攀蜥(Japalura swinhonis)為研究對象,探討斯文豪氏攀蜥對不同捕食風險程度蛇類的化學感知與視覺感知能力。化學感知實驗使用濾紙蒐集青蛇(Cyclophiops major)、白腹游蛇(Sinonatrix percarinata suriki)、紅斑蛇(Dinodon rufozonatum)、臭青公(Elaphe carinata)、茶斑蛇(Psammodynastes pulverulentus)之氣味,測試攀蜥對於不同威脅程度的蛇類氣味刺激下的行為反應,包含吐信、抓爬、攻擊、移動時間。視覺感知實驗則使用密封罐裝置不同威脅程度的蛇類,測試項目如同化學感知實驗。實驗結果發現,斯文豪氏攀蜥可藉由化學感知辨別出捕食者與非捕食者蛇類,判別出不同的威脅程度,支持威脅敏感度假說,而視覺感知僅能辨別出是否有蛇類存在。
Many animals locate critical resources, including water, food, mates and shelter, which typically increases their exposure to predators. In order to survive, the ability to detect the presence of predators is important. I examined tree lizards (Japalura swinhonis) responded to the odours or visual stimuli of threat snakes. I tested “the threat sensitivity hypothesis ” : prey can use chemical cues, visual cues to assessment the different level of risk by predator, and respond in a graded manner in accordance with the threat posed by the predator. To obtain snake scent, I used the filter paper impregnated with deionize water, then placed inside the shelter of the snake. The donor snakes including Chinese Green Snake (Cyclophiops major), Asiatic White-Belly Water Snake (Sinonatrix percarinata suriki), Red-banded Snake (Dinodon rufozonatum), King Rastnake (Elaphe carinata), and Mock Viper (Psammodynastes pulverulentus). In the visual cue treatment the refuge was odorless and it allowed lizards to see the snake through a glass wall. Tree lizard may assess the possible presence of different threat snakes using chemical cues, supporting the threat sensitivity hypothesis. Tree lizards couldn't to use visual cues to assessment of the different level of risk, just can only assessment whether a snake presence or not.
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