Mauricio Cantor
Mauricio Cantor
Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Sciences, Oregon State University
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The structure of a bottlenose dolphin society is coupled to a unique foraging cooperation with artisanal fishermen
FG Daura-Jorge, M Cantor, SN Ingram, D Lusseau, PC Simões-Lopes
Biology Letters 8 (5), 702-705, 2012
The interplay between social networks and culture: theoretically and among whales and dolphins
M Cantor, H Whitehead
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 368 …, 2013
Multilevel animal societies can emerge from cultural transmission
M Cantor, LG Shoemaker, R Cabral, CO Flores, M Varga, H Whitehead
Nature Communications 6 (8091), 2015
Disentangling social networks from spatiotemporal dynamics: the temporal structure of a dolphin society
M Cantor, LL Wedekin, PR Guimaraes, FG Daura-Jorge, ...
Animal Behaviour 84 (3), 641-651, 2012
Assessing population parameters and trends of Guiana dolphins (Sotalia guianensis): An eight‐year mark‐recapture study
M Cantor, LL Wedekin, FG Daura‐Jorge, MR Rossi‐Santos, ...
Marine Mammal Science 28 (1), 63-83, 2012
Reproductive ecology of dipsadine snakes, with emphasis on South American species
L Pizzatto, M Cantor, JL De Oliveira, OAV Marques, V Capovilla, ...
Herpetologica 64 (2), 168-179, 2008
Potential seed dispersal by Didelphis albiventris (Marsupialia, Didelphidae) in highly disturbed environment
M Cantor, LA Ferreira, WR Silva, EZF Setz
Biota Neotropica 10, 45-51, 2010
Individual variation in resource use by opossums leading to nested fruit consumption
M Cantor, MM Pires, GO Longo, PR Guimarães Jr, EZF Setz
Oikos 122 (7), 1085-1093, 2013
Nestedness across biological scales
M Cantor, MM Pires, FMD Marquitti, RLG Raimundo, ...
PloS one 12 (2), e0171691, 2017
How does social behavior differ among sperm whale clans?
M Cantor, H Whitehead
Marine Mammal Science 31 (4), 1275-1290, 2015
Clues of cultural transmission in cooperative foraging between artisanal fishermen and bottlenose dolphins, Tursiops truncatus (Cetacea: Delphinidae)
PC Simões-Lopes, FG Daura-Jorge, M Cantor
Zoologia (Curitiba) 33, 2016
Simple foraging rules in competitive environments can generate socially structured populations
M Cantor, DR Farine
Ecology and evolution 8 (10), 4978-4991, 2018
Multilevel organisation of animal sociality
CC Grueter, X Qi, D Zinner, T Bergman, M Li, Z Xiang, P Zhu, AB Migliano, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 35 (9), 834-847, 2020
Social barriers in ecological landscapes: the social resistance hypothesis
NC Armansin, AJ Stow, M Cantor, ST Leu, JA Klarevas-Irby, AA Chariton, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 35 (2), 137-148, 2020
Spatial consequences for dolphins specialized in foraging with fishermen
M Cantor, PC Simões-Lopes, FG Daura-Jorge
Animal Behaviour 139, 19-27, 2018
Giraffe social preferences are context dependent
Z Muller, M Cantor, IC Cuthill, S Harris
Animal Behaviour 146, 37-49, 2018
Causes and consequences of female centrality in cetacean societies
L Rendell, M Cantor, S Gero, H Whitehead, J Mann
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1780), 20180066, 2019
Bottlenose dolphins that forage with artisanal fishermen whistle differently
B Romeu, M Cantor, C Bezamat, PC Simões‐Lopes, FG Daura‐Jorge
Ethology 123 (12), 906-915, 2017
Homophily around specialized foraging underlies dolphin social preferences
AMS Machado, M Cantor, APB Costa, BPH Righetti, C Bezamat, ...
Biology letters 15 (4), 20180909, 2019
How solitary are white sharks: social interactions or just spatial proximity?
R Findlay, E Gennari, M Cantor, DP Tittensor
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 70 (10), 1735-1744, 2016
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